TKQ is back, and we have a computer rating system. YAY!

The title pretty much says it all. The TKQ Tri-Ratings are based on three components.

– Winning Percentage

– Margin of Victory (using Pythagorean winning percentage for this component)

– Strength of Schedule (using opponents winning percentage)

The results are then multiplied by 100 to make them go on a 1-100 point scale. An elite team will have a rating above 80, a good team will have a rating above 70, an average team will be in the 50-70 range, and a bad team will be below 50, with the worst teams in FBS in the 10-20 range.

So, without further adieu, here are the Week 9 – October 20, 2013 TKQ team tri-ratings

1. Florida State – 89.66102053
2. Alabama – 82.32437782
3. Ohio State – 81.95652323
4. Baylor – 81.46267956
5. Missouri – 80.62700613
6. Miami (FL) – 78.52960907
7. Oregon – 77.55462723
8. Louisville – 76.80448985
9. Virginia Tech – 76.64809037
10. Clemson – 75.05581246
11. Texas Tech – 74.57378388
12. Auburn – 74.28711786
13. Stanford – 73.74887866
14. Arizona State – 72.10062225
15. Oklahoma – 71.0688944
16. UCLA – 71.03897619
17. UCF – 70.54906161
18. Wisconsin – 69.66622045
19. Houston – 69.28133124
20. Michigan – 68.81719513
21. Michigan State – 68.62108293
22. Texas A&M – 68.31233445
23. Oklahoma State – 67.85680601
24. Nebraska – 67.64790477
25. Fresno State – 67.50658903

And, as a bonus TKQ’s conference Tri-Ratings.

1. SEC – 62.75260671
2. Big Ten – 61.35957397
3. ACC – 61.01389765
4. Big XII – 59.26079273
5. Pac-12 – 57.63732825
6. American – 49.79570342
7. Sun Belt – 47.01644924
8. Mountain West – 45.66594199
9. FBS Independents – 43.12391989
10. C-USA – 41.27613695
11. MAC – 37.21609554

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