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RE: College Football Playoff Rankings - 5 November 2019
(11-06-2019 04:25 PM)cubucks Wrote:  
(11-06-2019 04:10 PM)stever20 Wrote:  
(11-06-2019 03:48 PM)cubucks Wrote:  Just to be clear, ESPN is telling us that UCLA has a tougher schedule than Georgia, Alabama, Ohio State, Penn State etc...

They play Utah, USC and Cal.

well, in the Massey ratings, they are #9. so it's not like it's crazy. All the teams you mention have at least 1 putrid game- while UCLA doesn't.

Massey has Ohio St and Penn St as stronger than them but not Alabama or Georgia.... FPI dinging those 2 a bit harder for Rutgers(and for OSU Maryland as well).

It's definitely not crazy at all...
Agree to disagree.

And the #6 Kansas ranking I mentioned, Massey actually has them at #35.

Why doesn't ESPN ding Alabama for Western Carolina and Mississippi State?
They are saying in their FPI that Alabama's schedule is 35 spots tougher than Ohio State.

I got my question answered and now I know. Thanks for the info!

I find ESPN's FPI pretty useless. I don't pay any attention to it.
11-06-2019 08:16 PM
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