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Pro Gridiron Roby Ratings for Week 11


Shayn Roby’s Take: Even though the Kansas City Chiefs are undefeated, the one loss Seattle Seahawks overtook the Kansas City Chiefs this week in the Roby Ratings with a score of 49.95. The Chiefs posted a score of 49.40 in a system that takes in to account, number of victories by teams beaten, net points vs. opponents, and strength of schedule of teams lost to as a minor component.

Shayn Roby's Pro Gridiron Report

Team               Record    Pt. Dif              WP             LD        CS

1.Sea                (9-1)          10.6               40              (0.65)   49.95

Car,SF,Jac,Hou,Tn,Ari,StL,TB,Atl,(Ind)

2.KC                 (9-0)          10.4                39              —-       49.40

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

3.Den                (8-1)          13.3               36            (0.65)    48.65

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

4.NO                 (7-2)           10.2             32             (1.43)    40.77

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

5.Cin                  (6-4)            4.8            35             (2.39)    37.41

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

6.NE                   (7-2)            5.9             32             (1.40)    36.50

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

7. Ind                   (6-3)            2.9            35             (2.39)     35.51

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

8. SF                    (6-3)            7.2             27              (2.01)   32.19

GB,StL,Hou,Ari,Ten,Jac,(Sea),(Ind),(Car)

9.Car                   (6-3)            9.9            24              (2.21)   31.69

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

10.Det                   (6-3)            2.2            30            (2.19)    30.01

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

11.GB                  (5-4)             3.3           24              (2.94)    24.36

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

12.Chi                  (5-4)             1.2          24              (2.93)      22.27

Cin,Min,Pit,NYG,GB,(Det),(NO),(Was),(Det)

13.Dal                (5-5)               1.6         22             (2.72)         20.88

NYG,StL,Was,Phi,Min,(KC),(SD),(Den),(NO)

14.Ari                   (5-4)           (1.1)         22              (2.83)       18.07

Det,TB,Car,Atl,Hou, (StL),(NO),(SF),(Sea)

15.SD                 (4-5)                1.0         21            (4.08)         17.92

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

16.Phi                 (5-5)             0.8         20              (3.69)         17.11

Was,NYG,TB,Oak,GB,(SD),(KC),(Den),(Dal),(NYG)

17.Mia                (4-5)             (1.3)        22             (3.94)         16.76

Cle,Ind,Atl,Cin,(NO),(Bal),(Buf),(NE),(TB)

18.TN                 (4-5)              0.4         20              (3.79)         16.61

Pit,SD,NYJ,StL,(Hou),(KC),(Sea),(SF),(Jax)

19.Bal                  (4-5)             …

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Crimson Tide and Seminoles Atop BCS Ratings (11/11)


Shayn Roby’s Take: Alabama and Florida State currently sit atop the BCS rankings, although many would argue (including Shayn Roby) that Ohio State should be in the #2 slot by virtue of not having lost a football game since January of 2012. However, there is still quite a bit of football left to play before that even becomes something to worry about.

Shayn Roby's College Sports

Team            Rec         BCS Ranking          Roby Rating         Coaches Poll           AP Poll

Alabama      (9-0)                 1                            1                           1                            1

Florida St.    (9-0)                 2                            3                           2                            2

Ohio St.       (9-0)                3                             2    …

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Idle Ohio State moves up to No. 3 in Coaches Poll


Shayn Roby’s Take on Shayn Roby’s Take: Alabama is the two-time prevailing champion for the Football Bowl Subdivision. Ohio State hasn’t lost a game in a year and eleven months. Just like winner-stay up-rules on the city park basketball court, these two teams should occupy the top two spots until they lose a game. It’s common sense.

Week 11 NCAA College Football FBS Roby Ratings


Shayn Roby’s Take: Alabama remains the king on top of the college football mountain. Ohio State, Florida State, and Baylor all remain a close second in the rankings. Oregon virtually dropped out of the race for a national title with a 26-20 loss to Stanford on Thursday night.

Shayn Roby's College Sports

Team               Record              Result                                          Week 12

1.Alabama       (9-0)                  Beat LSU 38-17                           @ Mississippi St.

2.Ohio State     (9-0)                  Open Date                                  @Illinois

3.Florida State  (9-0)                  Beat Wake Forest 59-3              vs. Syracuse

4.Baylor            (8-0)                  Beat Oklahoma 41-12                vs. Texas Tech

5.Oklahoma St. (8-1)                 Beat Kansas 42-6                        @Texas

6.No. Illinois     (9-0)                 Open Date                                   Ball State (Wed)

7.Fresno State   (9-0)                 Beat Wyoming 48-10                  Open Date

8.Stanford          (8-1)                 Beat Oregon 26-20                     @USC

9.Clemson          (8-1)                 Open Date                                   vs. Georgia Tech

10.Missouri        (9-1)                 Beat Kentucky 48-17                   Open Date

11.Auburn          (9-1)                 Beat Tennessee 55-23                vs. Georgia

12.Oregon          (8-1)                 Lost to Stanford 20-26                vs. Utah

13.Louisville      (8-1)                  Beat Connecticut 31-10              vs. Houston

14.Michigan St. (8-1)                  Open Date                                   @Nebraska

15.UCF               (7-1)                  Beat Houston 19-14                    @Temple

16.Texas A&M   (8-2)                   Beat Mississippi St. 51-41          Open Date

17.So. Carolina (7-2)                   Open…

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Football Bowl Subdivision Week 11 Results


FBS Records Of Undefeated and One Loss Teams Against Teams With Two Losses or Less (11/3)


Shayn Roby’s Take: Only 19 teams remain in the Football Bowl Subdivision of college football with one loss or less. Listed below is their performance against teams with two losses or less.

Shayn Roby's College Sports

TEAMS WITH TWO LOSSES OR LESS, LISTED  BY CONFERENCE

SEC                                  Pacific 12                    Big Ten                         Atlantic Coast           Big 12

1.Alabama                      1.Oregon                    1. Ohio State               1.Florida State          1.Baylor

2.Missouri                       2.Stanford                 2.Michigan State         2.Clemson                 2.Texas

3.Auburn                          3.Arizona St.              3.Wisconsin                  3.Miami                   3.Ok St.

4.Texas A&M                    4.UCLA                        4.Minnesota                4.Duke                      4.Okla.

5.LSU                                 5.Arizona                   5.Nebraska                                                    5.TxTech

6.South Carolina                                                  6.Michigan

American Athletic            Sun Belt                              Mountain West         Independents

1.Houston                        1. Louisiana-Lafayette       1.Fresno State          1. Notre Dame

2.Central Florida                                                                                               2.Brigham Young

3.Louisville

4.Cincinnati

Mid-American                        Conference USA

1.Northern Illinois                 1.East Carolina

2.Ball State

3.Buffalo

4.Ohio

RECORDS OF UNDEFEATED AND ONE LOSS TEAMS AGAINST TEAMS WITH TWO LOSSES OR LESS

Team                            Record                     Teams Beaten (Lost to)

1.Florida State            (2-0)                           Clemson 51-14,   Miami 41-14

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

3. Alabama                  (1-0)                          Texas A&M 49-42

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

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

6.Oklahoma              (2-1)                             Notre Dame 35-21

Texas Tech 38-30

(Texas 20-36)

7.Stanford              (2-0)*…

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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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