Power Ratings After Week 12 – 2016

TEAM Power Rating
Alabama 101.47
Ohio State 98.56
Michigan 95.29
Clemson 93.11
Oklahoma 93.04
Washington 92.82
USC 92.42
LSU 91.82
Louisville 90.79
Wisconsin 89.07
Florida State 88.86
Oklahoma State 87.26
Washington State 86.74
Auburn 86.48
Colorado 86.34
Penn State 85.34
Miami 85.18
Florida 83.96
Stanford 83.96
Pittsburgh 83.85
North Carolina 83.80
Tennessee 82.80
Virginia Tech 82.73
BYU 82.35
Texas A&M 81.62
West Virginia 81.52
Kansas State 81.36
Western Michigan 81.01
Utah 80.74
Houston 80.62
Iowa 80.55
TCU 80.54
Notre Dame 80.03
Ole Miss 79.48
San Diego State 79.02
Boise State 78.48
Texas 77.68
Iowa State 77.58
UCLA 77.58
Arkansas 77.50
Temple 77.50
Michigan State 77.36
Georgia 77.30
Tulsa 77.20
South Florida 76.88
Nebraska 76.70
Northwestern 76.45
Minnesota 76.39
Navy 76.26
Georgia Tech 76.05
Western Kentucky 75.75
Baylor 75.23
Memphis 74.88
Vanderbilt 74.36
NC State 73.99
Louisiana Tech 73.47
Oregon 73.14
Toledo 72.50
UCF 71.53
Indiana 71.47
Mississippi State 71.46
Appalachian State 71.14
Oregon State 70.77
Texas Tech 69.88
Duke 69.80
Wake Forest 69.30
Arizona State 69.27
Missouri 69.24
Kentucky 69.19
South Carolina 69.10
Colorado State 67.90
Virginia 67.77
California 67.77
Arkansas State 67.71
Air Force 67.40
Wyoming 67.19
Northern Illinois 65.27
Boston College 65.12
Troy 64.40
New Mexico 64.31
Syracuse 64.01
SMU 63.76
Old Dominion 62.65
Army 62.51
Maryland 62.06
Ohio 61.61
Illinois 61.34
Cincinnati 61.27
Central Michigan 61.01
Utah State 60.94
Arizona 60.78
Miami (OH) 60.16
East Carolina 59.85
Georgia Southern 59.69
Texas San Antonio 59.58
Purdue 59.24
Middle Tennessee 59.11
Hawaii 59.00
Louisiana Lafayette 58.45
Idaho 58.04
Nevada 57.89
Kansas 57.77
Southern Mississippi 57.53
San José State 56.98
UNLV 56.86
Connecticut 56.69
Bowling Green 56.22
Marshall 56.20
Tulane 55.84
Ball State 55.62
Eastern Michigan 55.36
Kent State 54.27
North Texas 53.90
Rutgers 53.74
Georgia State 53.46
South Alabama 52.94
Florida Intl 51.97
Fresno State 51.83
Akron 51.52
Rice 50.12
New Mexico State 49.97
Massachusetts 49.93
Charlotte 48.88
Louisiana Monroe 48.58
Buffalo 47.87
Florida Atlantic 47.87
UTEP 45.81
Texas State 37.57

Week 12 Betting Results 2016

go here This Week: 3-2 (60.0%)

go to site Season: 36-30 (54.5%)

http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=vardenafil-originale-20-mg-miglior-prezzo Career: 136-97 (58.4%)

vardenafil generico dosaggio Houston +17 vs Louisville (W): Oh man did they cover this spread. There was a lot of hype on Houston’s campus about this game. They were pulling out a lot of stops. And it was a short week, so underdogs usually cover large spreads.

source link West Virginia +4.5 vs Oklahoma (L): Usually when it’s cold and snowing at night in West Virginia, the Mountaineers pull out an upset. But this was not the case and Oklahoma, who looked very good already, had their best game of the season.

enter site The Citadel +23.5 at North Carolina (L) – This was a total mistake and I don’t know why. I loved this bet, absolutely loved it. The Citadel was undefeated, with a triple option, with a chip on their shoulder, and they totally blew it.

http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=viagra-generico-25-mg-italia-pagamento-online-a-Milano Western Carolina +30.5 at South Carolina (W) – Wow WCU really came to play! Not super surprising since South Carolina is a tier below most SEC teams.

follow url Alabama A&M +56 at Auburn (W) – Auburn won 55-0. I’ll take it.

 

 

Week 12 Bets 2016 – Part 2

The Citadel +23.5 at North Carolina – The Citadel is 10-0 and a triple option team. Love this.

Western Carolina +30.5 at South Carolina – Handicap is fair. WCU in a down year but should come to play!

Alabama A&M +56 at Auburn – Handicap is around 70 so feels dangerous but oh well!

As I do every year, betting on FCS teams in November games. Except I don’t bet against Alabama cause they take these teams very seriously. And not betting on Ausin Peay at Kentuxky because they suspended five players.

Week 12 Bets 2016 – Part 1

go here Houston +17 vs Louisville: I like the short week as an equalizer, and 17 is at the high range of my handicap (Bill and I have 17, but Sagarin has 12 and Ed Feng has 10). Louisville could try to take it out on Houston to make a statement to the committee, so there is that. And Houston could still be distracted with Tom Herman rumors. But my gut is that they come to fight in this game.

West Virginia +4.5 vs Oklahoma: Speaking of teams feeling disrespected by the playoff committee. Traveling to WVU is never easy, and I have a feeling they have something up their sleeve. I have the game handicapped at WVU +1.5.

More picks to come on Saturday morning!

WEEK 11 BETTING RESULTS 2016

This Week: 3-4 (42.9%)

Season: 32-28 (53.3%)

Career: 133-95 (58.3%)

 

Auburn -7.5 at Georgia (L) – Shawn White was injured, bad bet.

Michigan -18 at Iowa (L) – The line moved to 24 but I figured I was probably overpaying on this one, especially for a night game.

Penn State -6.5 at Indiana (W) – Won by 14 but it was close at the end! Penn State looks very good.

Stanford -2 at Oregon (W) – Oregon’s defense is so so bad.

UTSA +20.5 at LA Tech (L) – I’m just going to stop it with the LA Tech bets.

Rice +10 at Charotte (W) – The handicap was right, kind of! Rice defense shut out Charlotte in the second half which was…very unexpected.

North Texas +30 at Western Kentucky (L) – I had it handicapped at 23 but nevermind I guess. WKU has been very good at picking apart bad teams.

Week 11 Power Ratings – 2016

The top six teams that have surfaced all have a very legitimate shot at the playoff, as they should. Also, the notion that Clemson is better than Michigan is pretty wrong, in that the vast majority of all power ratings systems have Michigan ranked higher.

TEAM Power Rating
Alabama 101.12
Michigan 99.96
Ohio State 97.24
Washington 95.19
Louisville 95.04
Clemson 95.03
LSU 92.29
Auburn 90.03
Oklahoma 89.35
USC 87.92
Wisconsin 86.02
Florida State 85.61
Washington State 85.60
Oklahoma State 85.52
Virginia Tech 84.87
West Virginia 84.26
TCU 83.98
North Carolina 83.93
Texas A&M 83.74
Colorado 83.49
Penn State 83.10
Miami 83.09
BYU 82.20
Ole Miss 82.02
San Diego State 81.50
Tennessee 81.15
Florida 81.12
Stanford 81.12
Texas 80.98
Western Michigan 80.82
Utah 80.48
Tulsa 79.05
Baylor 78.99
UCLA 78.63
Kansas State 78.47
Notre Dame 77.79
Houston 77.40
Pittsburgh 77.26
Arkansas 77.04
Boise State 76.77
Northwestern 76.50
South Florida 76.40
Georgia 76.17
Texas Tech 75.95
Iowa 75.86
Nebraska 75.74
Temple 75.60
Mississippi State 75.40
Minnesota 74.24
Western Kentucky 73.64
Memphis 73.54
NC State 73.23
Oregon 73.20
Navy 72.52
Georgia Tech 72.40
UCF 72.39
Duke 72.09
Toledo 72.07
Arizona State 71.81
Louisiana Tech 71.77
Vanderbilt 71.51
Appalachian State 71.51
South Carolina 71.42
Iowa State 71.41
Michigan State 70.52
Kentucky 70.09
East Carolina 69.73
Wake Forest 69.57
Missouri 69.46
California 69.26
Indiana 68.97
Virginia 68.95
Oregon State 68.64
Troy 68.48
Air Force 68.20
Wyoming 68.01
Syracuse 66.32
Colorado State 65.85
Maryland 65.74
New Mexico 65.72
Northern Illinois 65.39
Illinois 65.25
Cincinnati 65.08
Arizona 63.96
Boston College 63.50
Army 63.46
Arkansas State 63.01
Georgia Southern 62.98
Middle Tennessee 62.17
Ohio 62.01
Hawaii 61.60
Utah State 61.53
Purdue 61.07
SMU 60.77
Southern Mississippi 60.29
Old Dominion 60.08
Central Michigan 60.01
Connecticut 59.60
Miami (OH) 59.58
Nevada 59.14
Rutgers 58.95
Texas San Antonio 58.16
Kent State 58.05
Tulane 56.84
Ball State 56.54
San José State 56.49
Kansas 56.41
Marshall 55.39
Idaho 55.07
Louisiana Lafayette 55.07
Georgia State 54.97
UNLV 54.50
North Texas 54.39
South Alabama 53.67
Eastern Michigan 53.61
Akron 53.14
Fresno State 52.11
Massachusetts 50.68
Bowling Green 49.54
Charlotte 49.39
Florida Intl 49.10
Florida Atlantic 48.55
UTEP 48.22
Buffalo 48.19
Rice 47.23
Louisiana Monroe 46.15
New Mexico State 46.02
Texas State 44.08

WEEK 10 BETTING RESULTS 2016

This Week: 2-1 (66.7%)

Season: 29-24 (54.7%)

Career: 130-91 (58.8%)

 

Syracuse +28.5 at Clemson (L): Eric Dungey got injured early in the game, and Syracuse never had a chance. Even so, this was a surprising result as generally Syracuse can hang in there with most teams. That was because of their offense though, and Dungey sure does a lot with his arm and his legs to put up that yardage. Without him, Syracuse may be in big trouble.

Louisiana Tech +21 at North Texas (Push): For what it’s worth, the adjusted scoring margin was -14.9 points, so the bet on UNT was in the right direction.

Washington -11.5 at California (W): Huskies planned to put up big numbers after getting snubbed by the Playoff Committee. But mainly this was a handicap play since it was off by like 6 points from the fair line.

TCU +9.5 at Baylor (W): I figured we’d play tough in a rivalry game, but wow…I did not expect this!