There are many ways to judge the success of a college football program, and Ohio State checks almost all the boxes. You can measure by national championships, conference championships, the number of players churned out to the NFL and more. Here are the top 25 teams in college football for 2022
Showing the teams that have the longest transitive property "path" over #1 Ohio St. I figured if anyone would appreciate it, it would be this crowd.
Pretty fun. Lots of LSU, lots of Bundesliga, some Frozen bashing ... good times.
I interviewed Alok Pattani to get his thoughts on ESPN's new college football statistics and his opinions on the first selection committee rankings.
This is a dissertation submitted by Patrick Taylor in 2009 for a mathematics PhD at the University of Alabama.
I'll be frank - I'm seeking some real feedback on a site I'm developing (no worries, I'm not selling or advertising anything), and FSH seems like the top-of-my head most informed group who can help. This is mainly geared towards bringing together the best football drill videos into a one-stop resource. It's a little more elementary than the material usually posted here, but I'm going after younger coaches who are just looking for ideas to implement into their practice regimens. What are some solid resources for gathering high-quality football practice videos? YouTube obviously produces mixed results. If you were coach, what kind of value would you look for in something like this? There are tons of football drill sites, but none that I could tell who focus on the video aspect. I want to aggregate mainly - but also to provide unique value. Suggestions appreciated.
Shameless plug: Put this together based on CFBstat's '05-'12 historic 4th down data (just in time for the last game of the season!). Input yards to go, spot, and (optionally) quarter/score, get attempts %, success rate, and overall win/loss rate. STATS YAALLLL. Any questions/comments/complaints/etc appreciated.