Monthly Archives: October 2013

FBS Victories Vs. Teams With Two or Less Losses (10/30)


Shayn Roby’s Take: Alabama and Ohio State sit atop this list, as well as in the Roby Ratings Top 25. However, a few undefeated teams have yet to play and beat a team with two losses or less, which means they have done very little to prove their metal so far. Miami (Fl), No. Illinois, and Fresno State all fall into this category.

Shayn Roby's College Sports

Team               Record           2 or Less Losses List

*-Note:  In order to qualify for this particular list, teams had to have two losses or less.

This list differs in order from the current Roby Ratings, but reflects what SUPERIOR teams a particular team have BEATEN.  Rationale for changing rankings in the Roby Ratings might indeed come from this list.

1. Alabama       (2-0)                Va. Tech 35-10, Tx. A&M 49-42

2.Ohio St.         (2-0)                  Buffalo 40-20, Wisconsin 31-24

3.Oregon          (1-0)                 UCLA 42-14

4.Baylor             (1-0)                Buffalo 70-13

5.Florida St.       (1-0)               Clemson 51-14

6.Oklahoma     (2-1)              Notre Dame 35-21, Tx Tech 38-30,

(Texas 20-36)

7.Notre Dame  (2-2)            Michigan St. 17-13

Arizona State 37-34

(Michigan 30-41)

(Oklahoma 21-35)

8. Auburn        (1-1)              Texas A&M 45-41

(LSU 21-35)

9.Stanford        (3-0)*           AZ St. 42-28, UCLA 24-10, Oregon St. 20-12

Lost…

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Home Sweet Home: Red Sox Clinch First World Series at Fenway Since 1918 | Breitbart Sports


Home Sweet Home: Red Sox Clinch First World Series at Fenway Since 1918.  The Red Sox prevailed over the Red Birds to claim the World Championship on the diamond.

Week Nine Pro-Gridiron Predictions


Shayn Roby’s Take: Expect a lot of close games this week. Look for the Seahawks to run the Buccaneers out of the stadium.

Shayn Roby's Pro Gridiron Report

Thursday, October 31, 2013

34.58  Cincinnati Bengals @  Miami Dolphins 8.20   Bengals by 10

Sunday, November 3, 2013

(0.91) Atlanta Falcons @ Carolina Panthers 14.94   Panthers by 9

15.71 San Diego Chargers @ Washington Redskins (0.77) Chargers by 7

28.84 New Orleans Saints @ New York Jets 4.97  Saints by 8

9.76  Tennessee Titans @ St. Louis Rams 1.48  Titans by 2

(8.38) Minnesota Vikings @ Dallas Cowboys 15.27    Cowboys by 13

37.40 Kansas City Chiefs @ Buffalo Bills 5.35   Chiefs by 3

(12.32) Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Seattle Seahawks 33.24   Seahawks by 17

(0.62) Philadelphia Eagles @ Oakland Raiders 3.48    Raiders by 3

1.91 Pittsburgh Steelers @ New England Patriots 25.96   Patriots by 7

7.85 Baltimore Ravens @ Cleveland Browns 5.80  Browns by 1

30.89 Indianapolis Colts @ Houston Texans (2.23)   Colts by 3

Monday, November 4, 2012

13.20 Chicago Bears @ Green Bay Packers 22.94     Packers…

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Einstein Challenged Wave Theory of Light: Original Source is Jehovah


Shayn Roby’s Take: Physicists concede that light originates from a source. Our Lord, God Almighty is the Source. This must be in order to fulfill the veracity of God’s Holy Word in the book of Isaiah that states, “The sun will no more be your light by day, nor will the brightness of the moon shine on you, for the LORD will be your everlasting light and your God will be your glory”.

The Great I AM: The Original Light

All physicists in 1905 knew that without doubt, that light originated at a source.   Scientific theory at the time held that the wave nature of light was an established, incontrovertible fact.  However, Einstein challenged that concept by contending that when a light ray is spreading from a point, the energy is not distributed continuously over ever-increasing spaces, but consists of a finite number of energy quanta that are localized in points in space, move without dividing, and can be absorbed or generated only as a whole.”

Physicists concede that light must originate from a source.  Jehovah, the Great I AM, is the Original Source of Light.  The prophet Isaiah wrote, (Chapter 60 verse 19)  “The sun will no more be your light by day, nor will the brightness of the moon shine on you, for the LORD will be your everlasting light, and your God will be your glory.”  (Voices.yahoo.com)

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Week Nine Pro-Gridiron Roby Ratings


Shayn Roby’s Take: 1.Chiefs 2. Broncos 3. Bengals 4. Seahawks 5. Colts 6. Saints 7. 49ers 8. Patriots 9. Packers 10. Lions

Shayn Roby's Pro Gridiron Report

Team           Record               Point Diff.       WP       LD           CS

1. KC             (8-0)                      9.4                28        —          37.40

Jac,Dal,Phi,NYG,TN,Oak,Hou,Cle

2.Den          (7-1)                     12.5                24      (0.75)      35.75

Bal,NYG,Oak,Phi,Dal,Jac,Was,(Ind)

3.Cin          (6-2)                     5.3                   31       (1.72)     34.58

Pit,GB,NE,Buf,Det,NYJ(Chi),(Cle)

4.Sea          (7-1)                     8.0                   26     (0.76)      33.24

Car,SF,Jac,Hou,TN,Ari,StL,(Ind)

5.Ind         (5-2)                    5.6                     27       (1.71)      30.89

Oak,SF,Jac,Sea,Den,(Mia),(SD)

6.NO           (6-1)                   7.6                    22       (0.76)      28.84

Atl,TB,Ari,Mia,Chi,Buf,(NE)

7.SF            (6-2)                    7.3                    23        (1.49)     28.81

GB,StL,Hou,Ari,TN,Jac,(Sea)(Ind)

8.NE          (6-2)                    3.5                   24          (1.54)     25.96

Buf,NYJ,TB,Atl,NO,Mia,(Cin),(NYJ)

9.GB         (5-2)                     5.4                   19          (1.46)     22.94

Was,Det,Bal,Cle,Min,(SF)(Cin)

10.Det      (5-3)                    2.0                    19          (2.35)     18.65

Min,Was,Chi,Cle,Dal (Ari)(GB)(Cin)

11.SD        (4-3)                  2.4                      16          (2.69)    15.71

Phi,Dal,Ind,Jac,(Hou),(TN),(Oak)

12.Dal      (4-4)                  4.4                       14          (3.13)     15.27

NYG,StL,Was,Phi,(KC)(SD)(Den)(Det)

12.Car       (4-3)                   7.4                     10          (2.46)    14.94

NYG,Min,StL,TB,(Sea)(Buf)(Ari)

13.Chi       (4-3)                  0.7                      …

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2013 FBS Interconference Winning Percentages (10/28)


Shayn Roby’s Take: The Southeastern Conference is indisputably the best league in college football. Seven consecutive national titles by league members and the top winning percentage among conferences in inter-league play are more than enough evidence to substantiate this claim.

Shayn Roby's College Sports

Conference                     Record             Winning Percentage

1.Southeastern                  (38-6)                        0.864

2.Pacific Twelve                  (30-6)                        0.833

3.Big Ten                             (36-11)                       0.766

4.Atlantic Coast                 (34-11)                       0.756

5.Big Twelve                        (22-8)                        0.733

6.American Athletic           (19-13)                      0.594

7.Sun Belt                            (16-19)                     0.457

8.Independents                  (21-26)                      0.447

9.Mountain West                (18-25)                     0.419

10.Mid-American               (20-32)                      0.385

11.Conference USA           (18-35)                      0.340

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