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Analysis and Break Downs of The biggest games each week of college football!

Fast Forward Wk 1 2017 Bowling Green vs. Michigan State “Inside The Numbers”

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Bowling Green vs. Michigan State Notes: Bowling Green won 4 games in 2016 against 3 FBS opponents (Akron, Kent State and Buffalo) with a combined overall record of 10-26 or .277%. The Falcons won those games by a total score of 107-54 or 17.6 points per game.     Bowling ...

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Fast Forward Week 1 Georgia Southern vs. Auburn “Inside The Numbers”

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Georgia Southern vs. Auburn     Notes: Georgia Southern won 5 games in 2016 with 4 wins (South Alabama, UL-Monroe, New Mexico State and Troy) coming against FBS opponents with a combined overall record of 23-27 or .460%. The Eagles won those games by a combined score of 97-73 with ...

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Fast Forward Wk 1 2017 Tulsa vs. Oklahoma State “Inside The Numbers”

SAN ANTONIO, TX - December 29: Oklahoma State Cowboys wide receiver James Washington #28 celebrates his touchdown against Colorado Buffaloes defensive back Chidobe Awuzie #4 and Colorado Buffaloes defensive back Tedric Thompson #9 in the second quarter during the Valero Alamo Bowl at the Alamodome December 29, 2016. (Photo by Andy Cross/The Denver Post)

Tulsa vs. Oklahoma State:   Notes: Tulsa won 10 games in 2016 (San Jose State, UCF, East Carolina, Cincinnati, Memphis, Tulane, SMU, Fresno State and Central Michigan) beating 9 FBS opponents who had a combined overall record of 41-70 or .369%. The Golden Hurricane won those games by a total ...

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Fast Forward Wk 1 2017 Appalachian State vs. Georgia “Inside The Numbers”

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Appalachian State vs. Georgia Notes: Appalachian State won 10 games in 2016 against opponents with a combined overall record of 56-68 overall or .451%. They won those contests by a total score of 333-139 or 19.4 points per game.   Appalachian State’s three losses in 2016 to Tennessee, Miami and ...

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Fast Forward Wk 1 Northern Illinois vs. Boston College “Inside The Numbers”

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Northern Illinois vs. Boston College Notes: Northern Illinois is 5-9 overall against teams from Power 5 conferences since 2010.     Since 2006, Northern Illinois is 1-6 overall week one of the season against teams from the Power 5 conferences (Ohio State, Iowa (twice), Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa State). The ...

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Fast Forward Wk 1 Western Michigan vs. USC “Inside The Numbers”

during the 2017 Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern Mutual at the Rose Bowl on January 2, 2017 in Pasadena, California.

Western Michigan vs. USC Notes: Western Michigan had 12 wins against FBS schools in 2016 with a combined overall record of 64-84 or .426%.   Former Western Michigan quarterback, Tim Lester, new head coach taking over for P.J Fleck (New Head Coach at Minnesota).     Since 2006, the Broncos ...

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Fast Forward Wk 1 2017 Wyoming vs. Iowa “Inside The Numbers”

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  Wyoming vs Iowa Notes: Wyoming finished the 2016 season with an 8-6 overall record. The Cowboys defeated 7 FBS teams with a combined overall record of 51-38 or .573% (Northern Illinois, Colorado State, Air Force, Nevada, Boise State, Utah State and San Diego State).       The Cowboys ...

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Fast Forward 2017 Wk 1 “Inside The Numbers” South Carolina vs. North Carolina State

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South Carolina vs. North Carolina State Notes: Since 2006, South Carolina is 14-5 against FBS teams from the Carolinas and has won those games by an average margin of victory of 16 points per game. All five losses have come to the Clemson Tigers in that span.     South ...

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Fast Forward Week 1 2017 CAL vs. North Carolina “Inside The Numbers”

during their game at Kenan Stadium on November 25, 2016 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

CAL vs. North Carolina Notes: CAL finished with a 5-7 overall record in 2016 and lost those games to opponents with a combined overall record of 60-31 or .659% (San Diego St., Arizona St., Oregon St. , USC, Washington, Washington St. and Stanford). The Bears lost four of five games ...

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