BCS: Big 10 more credible than the SEC
In response to a twitter post from the writers of the Big 10 Conference in which the Big 10 was being criticized for their non-conference schedule being soft or lacking credibility. Contrary to dis-belief but the Big 10 is significantly better than the SEC in many categorical variables which would […]
SEC article: Fact, Non-Fiction, Manipulation and Control
In a recent newspaper publication within the United States, a sports writer has hedonistically boasted about how none of the remaining 110 FBS programs can compete with the Southeastern Conference. Below is the link to the article for you to read and formulate your own opinion. The article is written […]
BCS Rankings Missed a Variable
Do you ever wonder what goes through the minds of the human subjective voters when they rank the FBS teams 1 through 25? Since the human subjective voters are two-thirds of the numerical data used to determine who are the best FBS programs “supposedly”; what did the human cognitive minds […]
Categorical variables examined and 1996?
I have been asked about my research on which categorical variables I examined and why I selected the year of 1996. In reverse order, I selected the year 1996 due to the fact that it was the starting point of when the BCA(Bowl Coalition Association) was formed. Two years later […]
The BCS did they get it right?
Did the BCS get the first computerized poll right or is something wrong or missing? Upon further review of the 1st poll, something is most definitely missing and evidently wrong. If we examine the poll under a microscope we reveal the facts. 50% of the SEC is represented in both […]
Me… Why the Research into a Playoff Format?
As a sports enthusiast enjoying all sports from early childhood, I continued that passion into coaching basketball for 15+ years and earning a M.S.E. in Athletic Administration and Sports Management at an accredited institution from Western New York. Many will wonder why football, since I coached basketball for so many […]
Traditional Playoff Format or Current BCS System?
Question of the day? Should college football at the FBS level within the NCAA possess a standardized, traditional playoff ? If you are like me, then YES is the answer.