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JAN 17, 2012 8:04am ET

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Analytics in the End Zone


The college football season is finally over. Though the BCS championship game between LSU and Alabama wasn't very exciting, I thought the contestants were the best teams and deserved to be matched up in the final. The SEC, home to both schools, appears to have distanced itself from its BCS football conference peers over the last 10 years.

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Comments (2)
You ignored the fact that both Michigan schools managed to carry the torch for the Big 10 and win their Bowl games - both my alma mater (Michigan State) and U of M. Granted, they were both squeakers in OT, but still, they managed to win.
Posted by Bob G | Tuesday, January 17 2012 at 12:38PM ET
MSU and Michigan won, but both should have lost. MSU was the beneficiary of Georgia's charitable kicker, and Michigan the beneficiary of a terrible call on an apparent VT touchdown reception in overtime.

The Big 10's 4-6 record this year is an improvement over last season, however.

Posted by steve m | Tuesday, January 17 2012 at 1:24PM ET
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