Sunday, October 11, 2009

Rankings through October 10th

2009 Random Walker Rankings (RWFL, p=0.75)
Games through Saturday October 10th:
1. Alabama (6-0) [2.8485]
2. Florida (5-0) [2.6827]
3. Virginia Tech (5-1) [2.2702]
4. Iowa (6-0) [2.0390]
5. Boise St (5-0) [1.6920]
6. LSU (5-1) [1.6258]
7. Cincinnati (5-0) [1.5538]
8. Texas (5-0) [1.3964]
9. Miami FL (4-1) [1.3367]
10. Oregon (5-1) [1.3116]
11. Kansas (5-0) [1.2830]
12. TCU (5-0) [1.2791]
13. Southern Cal (4-1) [1.2467]
14. Nebraska (4-1) [1.1471]
15. Ohio State (5-1) [1.1221]
16. Notre Dame (4-1) [1.0609]
17. Wisconsin (5-1) [1.0124]
18. Washington (3-3) [0.9582]
19. Georgia Tech (5-1) [0.9528]
20. South Carolina (5-1) [0.8006]
21. Idaho (5-1) [0.7461]
22. Auburn (5-1) [0.7218]
23. Stanford (4-2) [0.7102]
24. Arizona (3-2) [0.6976]
25. Arkansas (3-2) [0.6553]
26. Utah (4-1) [0.6315]
27. Houston (4-1) [0.6219]
28. Georgia (3-3) [0.5921]
29. Oregon St (4-2) [0.5826]
30. Brigham Young (5-1) [0.5434]
31. Pittsburgh (5-1) [0.5422]
32. Michigan (4-2) [0.5398]
33. South Florida (5-0) [0.5376]
34. Missouri (4-1) [0.5340]
35. Oklahoma St (4-1) [0.5112]
36. UCLA (3-2) [0.5055]
37. Penn State (5-1) [0.5033]
38. Boston College (4-2) [0.4687]
39. West Virginia (4-1) [0.4296]
40. Troy (3-2) [0.3954]
41. California (3-2) [0.3941]
42. Wake Forest (4-2) [0.3808]
43. Minnesota (4-2) [0.3324]
44. Rutgers (4-1) [0.3309]
45. Oklahoma (3-2) [0.3057]
46. Central Michigan (5-1) [0.2853]
47. Marshall (4-2) [0.2571]
48. Tennessee (3-3) [0.2478]
49. Mississippi (3-2) [0.2379]
50. Louisiana-Lafayette (3-2) [0.2371]
51. Kentucky (2-3) [0.2229]
52. Michigan St (3-3) [0.1393]
53. Northern Illinois (3-2) [0.1218]
54. Connecticut (3-2) [0.1204]
55. Arizona St (3-2) [0.0818]
56. Clemson (2-3) [0.0669]
57. Baylor (3-2) [0.0500]
58. North Carolina (4-2) [0.0485]
59. Ohio U. (4-2) [-0.0222]
60. Middle Tennessee St (3-2) [-0.0295]
61. Colorado St (3-3) [-0.0413]
62. Fresno St (2-3) [-0.0631]
63. Navy (4-2) [-0.0905]
64. SMU (3-2) [-0.0962]
65. Texas Tech (4-2) [-0.0999]
66. Louisiana-Monroe (3-2) [-0.1121]
67. Iowa St (3-3) [-0.1201]
68. Florida St (2-4) [-0.1366]
69. Tulsa (4-1) [-0.1541]
70. East Carolina (3-3) [-0.1733]
71. Bowling Green (2-4) [-0.1905]
72. Texas A&M (3-2) [-0.1974]
73. Nevada (2-3) [-0.2029]
74. North Carolina St (3-3) [-0.2071]
75. Wyoming (4-2) [-0.2754]
76. Duke (3-3) [-0.2805]
77. Mississippi St (2-4) [-0.3006]
78. Kansas St (3-3) [-0.3077]
79. Louisville (2-3) [-0.3211]
80. Arkansas St (1-3) [-0.3220]
81. Air Force (3-3) [-0.3373]
82. Southern Miss (3-3) [-0.3419]
83. Indiana (3-3) [-0.3512]
84. Northwestern (4-2) [-0.3527]
85. Central Florida (3-2) [-0.3544]
86. San Jose St (1-4) [-0.4218]
87. Syracuse (2-4) [-0.4240]
88. San Diego St (2-3) [-0.4299]
89. UTEP (2-4) [-0.4442]
90. Western Michigan (3-3) [-0.4619]
91. Maryland (2-4) [-0.4661]
92. Tulane (2-3) [-0.5388]
93. Louisiana Tech (2-3) [-0.6053]
94. Purdue (1-5) [-0.6489]
95. Illinois (1-4) [-0.6538]
96. Virginia (2-3) [-0.6539]
97. Alabama-Birmingham (2-3) [-0.6564]
98. New Mexico St (3-3) [-0.6630]
99. Toledo (3-3) [-0.6763]
100. UNLV (2-4) [-0.6777]
101. Memphis (2-4) [-0.6936]
102. Washington St (1-5) [-0.7090]
103. Colorado (1-4) [-0.7794]
104. Kent St (2-4) [-0.8684]
105. Buffalo (2-4) [-0.8856]
106. Hawai`i (2-3) [-0.9227]
107. Temple (3-2) [-0.9663]
108. Army (3-3) [-0.9929]
109. Vanderbilt (2-4) [-0.9958]
110. North Texas (1-4) [-1.0296]
111. Utah St (1-4) [-1.0645]
112. Akron (1-4) [-1.0808]
113. Florida Int'l (1-4) [-1.1920]
114. Florida Atlantic (0-4) [-1.4301]
115. FCS teams (XXX-XXX) [-1.6184]
116. Miami OH (0-6) [-1.8676]
117. New Mexico (0-6) [-2.2432]
118. Rice (0-6) [-2.3721]
119. Eastern Michigan (0-5) [-2.5733]
120. Western Kentucky (0-5) [-3.0848]
121. Ball St (0-6) [-3.6768]
Conference Rankings (Average Per Team):
SEC 0.7783
Pac10 0.5779
BigEast 0.3462
Big10 0.3347
ACC 0.3150
Big12 0.3102
FBSInd -0.0075
WAC -0.1672
MWC -0.1723
CUSA -0.4122
SunBelt -0.7297
MAC -0.9894
Non-FBS -1.6184

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2 Comments:

At October 12, 2009 at 10:26 PM , Blogger Trent said...

Interesting that Florida still isn't #1 even after beating LSU...

 
At October 13, 2009 at 2:01 PM , Blogger Peter J. Mucha said...

I definitely agree that the Alabama/Florida ranking comparison is an interesting one. The question here appears to persist across a broad range of rankings (see, e.g., those on Kenneth Massey's College Football Ranking Comparison). Additionally, check out the plot versus p posted here: depending on the selected bias value p, either Alabama, Florida, or even VT end up number 1 (the last rewarding VT for a strong schedule so far, even though they lost to Alabama!).

 

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