The rules are simple. Teams place highest to lowest: Power Points (Games Won Opponents’ Wins – Games Lost Opponents’ Losses)Net Games (Wins – Losses)Schedule Strength (Opponents’ Power Points)Net Points (Points For – Points Against) Ideally, if this point system is used in the real world, same classification members will play equal or equal maximum game … Continue reading FBS/FCS POWER POINTS STANDINGS: WEEK 0
Each year we go through the same motions trying to predict who is going to make the college football playoff. While we may all disagree on who eventually makes the college football playoffs, I wanted to take a look at some potential dark horses and the reason why I believe they could make a run … Continue reading Dark Horse Playoff Contender From Each Conference
In Today’s episode, Big Bear & Curtain Guy welcome guest Steve Hammond to join the show. The hosts take a second look at the Top 25 from Walk-On Redshirts with any changes they might make thus far. Steve & Big Bear “Close the Books” on fall camp with a preview of a selection of squads. … Continue reading 1st & Goal: [ 4 ] Fall Camp Updates & Previews
Big Bear & Curtain Guy continue their pre-season hot button topics with the expansion of the College Football Playoffs from 4 teams to 12. In today’s episode, the hosts welcome Jake, the founder of the Walk-On Redshirts to join in the debate. With the expansion of the CFP, the NCAA now faces a new set … Continue reading 1st & Goal: [ 3 ] Playoff Expansion – is 12 teams enough?
Sunday was a typical July day like many others. The world of college football had finished yet another week of summer workouts leading up to conditioning for an upcoming season. There were five power conferences with aspirations of making the college football playoff. When Monday morning came, the landscape was turned on it’s head with news of … Continue reading The Big 12 is Dissolving, What is Next for the Remaining Schools?
Prior to the beginning of the season, I will be doing power rankings for each power five conference. Today we are starting with the Big Ten, mainly because I am an Ohio State fan. There was bias into this decision and if you do not like that, I would recommend you stop reading now. In … Continue reading Preseason Big Ten Power Rankings