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  • College Football Rankings For Next Season

    College sports have always been a popular way for people to pass time and enjoy themselves. College sports are also important to the people who are more than serious about their sports. (…)

December 31, 2008

  • Football - College Football, Part 1

    If you are interested in football, especially in college football, read on to learn some interesting insight into the roots of the game.In the 1890s college football had already created strong emotions of love and hate. (…)

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  • College Football Betting Online

    College football has been called a pure game. The players are out there on the field playing for glory and school pride. They don't get paid and many of them are hoping to get a shot at the NFL. (…)

December 1, 2008

  • The Sagarin College Football Ratings: What They Are, How to Read Them and What to Do With Them

    Copyright © 2007 Ed BagleyWhile betting on sports is only legal in a few places in the United States, such as Las Vegas, millions of office workers are involved in sports pools every week now that the football season has arrived.When you know that more than $700 million can be bet on one gamethe Super Bowlin only Las Vegas, then you understand that billions were bet illegally on the Super Bowl last year in the United States and in offshore sports books around the world.Folks in the gaming business know that more than a billion dollars is wagered on every Monday Night Football game during the season.For those who wager, it may be helpful to put some science on your side when you wager, and one of the best places to do that is with the Sagarin College Football Ratings.Created by Jeff Sagarin, a 1970 MIT mathematics graduate, these computer ratings are for Division I-A (what the NCAA now calls the Football Bowl (FB) Subdivision) and Division I-AA (what the NCAA now calls the Football Championship (FC) Subdivision) teams.You will have to forgive the NCAA for taking titles that have been used for years and are perfectly clear, then renaming them and creating confusion in the process.If there is a way for the NCAA to assert its superior power, it does so by making everything more difficult and confusing, similar to your United States government and its IRS tax code which could reduce a sane person to tears just reading it.Anyway, the Sagarin rating is a numerical measure of a team's strength.A hypothetical victory margin is determined by comparing the rating of the two teams after adding 2.93 points to the home team. (…)

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