- Amy Daughters - February 7, 2017
A look at seven college football teams that benefited from an easier schedule in 2016.
- Kevin Kelley - December 2, 2016
College football strength of schedule rankings through Week 13 of the 2016 season.
- Amy Daughters - November 3, 2016
A look a whether the Texas A&M Aggies, who are 4th in the playoff rankings, have a tougher schedule than the Washington Huskies.
- Kevin Kelley - October 21, 2016
The Big Ten Conference will now count Fresno State as a Power Five opponent for football scheduling, according to a report by the Star Tribune.
- Amy Daughters - June 28, 2016
A look at which college football conference plays the most Power Five opponents in 2016.
- Kevin Kelley - May 19, 2016
The LSU Tigers have the toughest 2016 football schedule according to the win/loss method of measuring strength of schedule. This method is based solely on a team’s opponents’ win/loss record from the previous season. The SEC leads with five teams in the Top 10 of the rankings — LSU (1), Arkansas (2), Ole Miss (3),…
- Amy Daughters - May 18, 2016
What is the ultimate goal of a Power program? Bowl eligibility? A division or conference title? A coveted spot in the CFB Playoff? Regardless of what they’re shooting for, the following teams will have a competitive disadvantage in 2016 because of their non-conference schedule. Where most Power programs have one Power opponent scheduled out of…
- Kevin Kelley - December 1, 2015
College football strength of schedule rankings through Week 13 of the 2015 season.
- Kevin Kelley - October 8, 2015
The Big Ten Conference will count the Air Force Falcons as a Power Five opponent for scheduling purposes, ESPN has reported.
- Kevin Kelley - September 22, 2015
The Big Ten Conference will count Army, Cincinnati, Navy, and UConn as Power Five opponents for scheduling purposes, per reports.