The Pi-Rate Ratings

January 11, 2011

PiRate Ratings College Football Top 25–Final

Filed under: College Football — Tags: , , , , , — piratings @ 7:20 am

Congratulations to the Auburn Tigers, winners of the BCS Championship Game.  It was a great contest, but the final drive was something of a letdown with the non-tackle leading to Auburn getting an easy field goal on the last play.

The PiRate Ratings have been calculated from all the meaningless bowls, and Auburn did not gain enough points to emerge the PiRate National Champion.

Our 2010-11 National Champion played and won on New Year’s Day.  The TCU Horned Frogs gained enough points to edge out Auburn for the PiRate National Champion.  Here is our final top 25 rating for the season.

NCAA Top 25 January 11, 2011
Rank Team PiRate Won Lost
1 T C U 134.2 13 0
2 Auburn 133.8 14 0
3 Ohio State 132.6 12 1
4 Oregon 131.9 12 1
5 Stanford 131.8 12 1
6 Boise State 130.7 12 1
7 Wisconsin 130.4 11 2
8 Alabama 130.1 10 3
9 Oklahoma 129.4 12 2
10 L S U 124.1 11 2
11 Oklahoma State 124.0 11 2
12 Nevada 120.3 13 1
13 Florida State 120.2 10 4
14 Arkansas 119.7 10 3
15 Mississippi State 119.4 9 4
16 Virginia Tech 117.7 11 3
17 South Carolina 117.1 9 5
18 Nebraska 115.8 10 4
19 Texas A&M 115.6 9 4
20 S.D. State 115.1 9 4
21 Florida 113.7 8 5
22 N. C. State 113.5 9 4
23 Iowa 113.4 8 5
24 Central Fla. 113.2 11 3
25 Maryland 112.9 9 4
         
Note: Ratings rounded to one decimal point
even though we rank them to two decimal points
Advertisements

2 Comments

  1. Are you kidding me? Where did you dream these numbers up? Miss. State over Nebraska, texas A&M, they lost 4 games and Florida State.
    This rating is a joke

    Comment by wally ringo — January 14, 2011 @ 1:06 pm

    • These ratings are computerized and other than the actual input of data, and the program itself (which uses linear regression), there is no human input.

      We are not trying to kid anybody. In fact, our subscribers to our weekly service were the ones experiencing a great dream season, as our selections beat the spread at better than 69%!

      Comment by piratings — January 17, 2011 @ 12:12 pm


RSS feed for comments on this post.

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.

Blog at WordPress.com.

%d bloggers like this: