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Strength Of Schedule

Discussion in 'Buckeye Football' started by Buckeyefrankmp, Jan 10, 2009.

  1. What is the equation that factors Strength Of Schedule. Is it just combined wins and losses of all the teams you play?
  2. xcrunner

    xcrunner Junior

    Well the advanced systems, like the ones that the computers that factor in the BCS, are much more sophisticated.. It would take into account the W-L of your opponents, and their W-L's, and those opponent's W-L's, etc, so that you know how valuable each win/loss really is.
  3. methomps

    methomps an imbecility, a stupidity without name

    There are many different strength of schedule calculations. The one the BCS used to use is this:

    SOS= (2/3)(OpWins/(OpWins+OpLosses))+(1/3)(OpOpWins/(OpOpWins+OpOpLosses))

    Op= Opponents
    OpOp= Opponents' opponents
  4. WoodyWorshiper

    WoodyWorshiper THINK, Before You Speak Former College Pick'Em Champ

    Thanks for clearing that one up.:hatepc:

    pianobuck46 likes this.
  5. ScriptOhio

    ScriptOhio Everybody is somebody else's weirdo.

    Interesting article:

    The "strength of schedule" is somewhat arbitrary and subjective: however, it is interesting that neither Alabama, Oregon, Florida State, TCU, Baylor, nor Ohio State is in this guy's top 25:

    Report: Arkansas played college football’s toughest schedule in 2014

    1. Arkansas
    2. UCLA
    3. Auburn
    4. Ole Miss
    5. Colorado
    6. Washington State
    7. Tennessee
    8. Utah
    9. Texas A&M
    10. Miami
    11. USC
    12. Kansas
    13. Notre Dame
    14. West Virginia
    15. Arizona
    16. Virginia
    17. Texas
    18. Stanford
    19. Florida
    20. California
    21. LSU
    22. Michigan
    23. Syracuse
    24. Iowa State
    25. Rutgers

    Entire article:

    Basically when all is said and done, the teams that play the top teams (not the top teams) have the strongest schedule....:biggrin2:
  6. twister55

    twister55 GO BUCKS

    i disagree with that but not gonna say to much ohio st was the only team that beat 3 heisman contenders1 won the heisman.back to back to back weeks the bucks beat #8 wisconsin #1 alabama # 2 oregon plus the fact beat 3 team win at least 13 win which was a first.i'm not gonna start no bs but did any team on 3 back to back weeks play 3 top 10 teams so nbc thingg can kma
  7. fanaticbuckeye

    fanaticbuckeye Rule number one, I'm number one. NCAA14 PS3 Champ

    Ohio State/Oregon/Alabama plays a team and beats them; that team earns a loss. Thus losing strength points. If Arkansas was 6-2 instead of 2-6 in the SEC; would they still have played the toughest schedule or would the teams they just beat all of a sudden not be as strong?
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  8. twister55

    twister55 GO BUCKS

    my point is smple noone played a tougher schedule the last part of the year,,playing at penn st playing at #12 MICH ST played there rival ttun i know they suck played #8 wisconsin #1 alabama # 2 oregon so throw that strenth of schedule yes i am aware of the lousy lose to vt .bottom the 4 teams that got in could beat any one in country.i don't really care to much the strenth of schedule take the wins and loses and how many ranked teams ,played ranked the end of the day reguardless cfp system worked the 4 best teams made it in if anyone didn't belong it was fsu
  9. buxfan4life

    buxfan4life The future's so bright, I've gotta wear... shades.

    Cute, but irrelavant since Ohio State is still Undisputed National Champs last i looked regardless how hard/easy one writer thinks their schedule turned out.
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  10. fanaticbuckeye

    fanaticbuckeye Rule number one, I'm number one. NCAA14 PS3 Champ

    @twister55 I didn't read your post before making mine, I wasn't addressing any of your concerns. Not entirely sure why you quoted me? I could care less about SOS, we won in a playoff format. Everything else is offseason click generating.
  11. pnuts34

    pnuts34 Drunk off of wolverine tears

    SOS means nothing, at the end of the day, win baby. That's it.
  12. pianobuck46

    pianobuck46 pianobuck46

    This. I couldn't give a damn who they play......I care HOW they play. :urban2:
    pnuts34 likes this.

    BUCKYLE Washed

    I don't give a fuck how they play, I care WHAT they play.

    brodybuck21 likes this.
  14. cincibuck

    cincibuck You kids stay off my lawn!

    They compare wins and losses, opponent's wins and losses, opponents opponent's wins and losses, conference record outside of conference, scores and statistical analyasis in seven different measureables, average length of penises among offensive linemen and then they look at which teams fans will spend the most money in some dirt bag, money grabbing, backwoods tourist rip off location that allows you to wear the Confederate battleflag as a 1st Amendment right and whose team will likely cough it up so as to complete whatever SEC, SEC, SEC! narrative ESPN has decided to follow.
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  15. Jagdaddy

    Jagdaddy Senior

    How is there not a "Christian Mingle Branson Bowl"?

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