ESPN's Bill Connelly applied his SP+ rating to an average barometer of success over the last 20 years. Alabama came in first, with six other SEC teams in the top 10...
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TouchdownTony15 months
This isn't just counting national titles. This is weighing heavily on your consistency and take OU for example. Other than the last two years they have pretty much been in the 11 win range every year. Same with Ohio St.
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gizmothepug15 months
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HubbaBubba15 months
Dumb article. LSU has 3 National Championships in the last 20 years. OU has none.
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JackieTreehorn15 months
Auburn is interesting considering they have had 5 coaches in that same time.
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YMCA15 months
Based on LSUs ranking, I assume titles aren’t that important
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benoit47915 months
That was my question as well. They seem to forget
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FatDawg15 months
Maybe they only count AP titles?
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Naked Bootleg15 months
Is this football-only? OU should not be ahead of Georgia, and probably should not be ahead of LSU. I'd happily trade a bunch of 10 or 11 win seasons w/no NCs, for some shite years + 2 NCs..
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KAGTASTIC15 months
Geez...reading comp over emotion is important. It's Connelly's SP+ rating over the last 20 yrs not a resume ranking. More a bunch nerd data than feels.
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Play_Neck15 months
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