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Re: Strength of Schedule

Postby stomperrob » Sun Dec 03, 2006 3:54 pm

A Fleshner Fantasy wrote:Here is a link for the BCS rankings. One of the columns is strength of schedule.

http://www.andersonsports.com/football/ACF_frnk.html

It shows Michigan had a harder schedule than Florida, so all of you who are saying Florida should get in because of schedule need to shut up. Im tired of having to say it a million times, so just look here.


That's only the Anderson & Hester rankings - if you look at all the computer rankings for the BCS you'll see the gap between the Wolverines and Gators is even larger:
http://grjash.netfirms.com/bcs/sos.html
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Re: Strength of Schedule

Postby roninmedia » Sun Dec 03, 2006 5:43 pm

stomperrob wrote:
A Fleshner Fantasy wrote:Here is a link for the BCS rankings. One of the columns is strength of schedule.

http://www.andersonsports.com/football/ACF_frnk.html

It shows Michigan had a harder schedule than Florida, so all of you who are saying Florida should get in because of schedule need to shut up. Im tired of having to say it a million times, so just look here.


That's only the Anderson & Hester rankings - if you look at all the computer rankings for the BCS you'll see the gap between the Wolverines and Gators is even larger:
http://grjash.netfirms.com/bcs/sos.html


Having to play two top 10 BCS teams certain skews the strength of schedule. ;-7

Having consistently quality opponents is the Gators main argument.
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Re: Strength of Schedule

Postby stomperrob » Sun Dec 03, 2006 6:12 pm

roninmedia wrote:
stomperrob wrote:
A Fleshner Fantasy wrote:Here is a link for the BCS rankings. One of the columns is strength of schedule.

http://www.andersonsports.com/football/ACF_frnk.html

It shows Michigan had a harder schedule than Florida, so all of you who are saying Florida should get in because of schedule need to shut up. Im tired of having to say it a million times, so just look here.


That's only the Anderson & Hester rankings - if you look at all the computer rankings for the BCS you'll see the gap between the Wolverines and Gators is even larger:
http://grjash.netfirms.com/bcs/sos.html


Having to play two top 10 BCS teams certain skews the strength of schedule. ;-7

Having consistently quality opponents is the Gators main argument.


I'm not saying I totally agree with these rankings just like I don't totally agree with the BCS rankings - I merely wanted to show what the computer rankings were for Strength of Schedule for the computers used in determing the BCS standings since it's obviously germane to this discussion just so everyone could see them. It's up to each person as to how much weight he places on the rankings but the important thing is that the the BCS computers them.
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