Discussion in 'College Football Forum' started by UCFhonors, Apr 4, 2019.
I'll hang up and listen....
UCF and SOS in the same sentence should be enough to make you laugh, no?
UCF's 2018 opponent's records:
SOS = when you only play 3 teams with a winning record, people are going to LOL at your 12-0 record.
For comparison, Michigan played 7 teams who finished with a winning record. Only 1 team that finished with fewer than 5 wins (Nebraska). UCF played 4 teams who finished with fewer than 5 wins.
How they pick who has the best SOS
When it comes to SOS, all that really matters is not having one of the worst. As long as you're in the top like 70, it doesn't get talked about as much.
Well no shit the UCF doesn't understand what SoS is.
I'll give you a hint:
After 4 days, only 9 posts. And nobody has attempted to explain SOS.
It's a BS stat. Everyone who understands Math knows its a BS stat.
Easy Answer: Eye Test
You can't teach a blind man what the color blue looks like.
People will just keep walking and discuss the color of things among themselves.
Somebody pay attention to me.
Why is @UCFhonors so triggered by this widely used number. It’s as if he is trying to make excuses on his teams’ weakness as being based on something he doesn’t quite understand.
Because he wasn’t taught how to use numbers cuz dey to cunfuzin?
@ralphiewvu hey moron.
Yeah, u mad
With beauty contests methods like polls and committees, SOS is typically how difficult a team's schedule is as a matter of opinion. With actual rules, SOS is the value of your schedule based on your opponents' accomplishments according to whatever factual criteria is used.
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