2015-2016 college football bowl watchability rankings, according to the numbers

2015-2016 college football bowl watchability rankings, according to the numbers
By setting the bar at 6-6, and then at 5-7 with good Academic Progress Rate scores in the event that there are too few 6-6 teams, the sport opens the door for some poor teams to go bowling. In fact, four teams ranking worse than 90th in the F/+ ratings …
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Ranking all 40 college football bowl games for 2015-16: From Cure to CFP
You could use some help figuring out which bowl games you should watch, and which ones you can do without. So guess what? I'm here to help. I've gone ahead and ranked all 40 games using a highly-scientific formula, one I won't even bother explaining to …
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Spring Arbor earns No. 1 ranking in Women's Soccer Top 25 Poll
Lindsey Wilson, who had been ranked No. 1 all season long, was not the only top-ranked team Spring Arbor knocked off on its way to capturing its first-ever national title. Along with the Blue Raiders, SAU upset the tournament's No. 3-seed William Carey …
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