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We are roughly 2 months away from the start of #CFB season! Lets talk expectations. Ill go through each team & give what my model predicts as the % chance each team gets to bowl eligbility, and also the % chance each team gets 10+ Ws given their respective schedules. Lets go!🧵
#SEC (% Chance @ 6+ Ws/% Chance @ 10+ Ws)

#Alabama #RTR 99.9%/89.5%
#Arkansas #WPS 55.3%/11.0%
#Auburn #WarEagle 36.9%/1.8%
#Florida #Gators 81.0%/17.4%
#Georgia #UGA 99.9%/93.3%
#Kentucky #BBN 66.7%/7.3%
#LSU #GeauxTigers 81.8%/29.1%
#HailState 47.8%/2.6%
#SEC (% Chance @ 6+ Ws/% Chance @ 10+ Ws) (cont)
#Mizzou 69.2%/11.6%
#OleMiss 96.9%/41.4%
#SouthCarolina 31.2%/0.8%
#Tennessee #Vols 95.3%/35.6%
#TAMU #GigEm 99.0%/75.1%
#Vanderbilt #AnchorDown 2.3%/ <0.1%
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Ready for the #CFB Analytics Spring Top 40? Here we go. This Power Ranking is derived from a model which utilizes full Coach Staff efficiency metrics, roster talent, & returning production among other metrics. No opinion here, I just regurgitate the numbers. #NoOpinionJustNumbers
40 #Kentucky #BBN #SEC Power Rating: 61.726
Returning Production for the Wildcats may be a problem. At 39.72%, it puts them at 113th in the country. The schedule is manageable tho drawing Ole Miss & Miss State out the West. #CFB
39 #Washington #PurpleReign #Pac12
Power Rating: 62.271
Really like the new coaching staff in Seattle. Should put them in a better position to win. Roster talent purge from the prev regime will have an early effect (last 2 classes were 39th, 86th) but the ship has been righted.
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Alright #CFBPlayoff viewers. Lets go through this week's poll. Once again, it was, as it always has been, predictable. The model was off an average of 1 spot per team for the entire Top 25 poll this week. So let's take a look at some resumes shall we? #CFB 🧵
If you took a peak at this projection yesterday, you were prepared for alot of what you saw last night. The resumes are all laid out very similarly to the way the Playoff Committee views them. #ThereIsNoEyeTest
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25 #HailState 6-4
SOS: 29, QW: 4, T25W: 2, GC: 3.3

Despite the horrible game control at 3.3, MSU snuck its way into the poll. They modeled at 26 so this isn't all that surprising. They are riding their good SOS, 4 QWs, and 2 T25Ws at this point. No surprise.
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Ok, lets talk #CFBPlayoff Poll. Time is limited this morning so lets just run through the Top 15. For those of you who signed up as a patron (thank you) or those who have followed long; you know the drill. There is no eye test. The committee uses a well defined process. 🧵
If you read this on Monday, last night was all old news and you already knew what to expect. If you like the suspense of the four letter network's reveal show be warned. #SpoilerAlert
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15 #BYU
SOS: 44, QW: 5, T25W: 0, GC: 4.9

#BYU modeled at 17, so no surprise here. Good SOS, Tied for the most QWs in the poll. Game Control is low, but with a SOS in the Top 50, they'll get a pass. No surprise at 15.
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OK...The ting done start TINGIN!
#TeamTTO's @gittens_tyra opens her first HEP in two years with a new 🚨PB🚨 in the 100mH...13.14 (+3.5) and starts the Texas A&M Team Invitational with 1103 points
📸@aggietfxc #GigEm #REP868
UPDATE: After the High Jump, Tyra Gittens has a best clearance of 1.82m [XXX at 1.88m] and wins to score 1003 points off the event
This puts Gittens into a comfortable lead with 2106 points; 141 clear of Kaitlin Smith (Houston Baptist) and 335 clear of teammate Allyson Andress
UPDATE: Tyra Gittens takes an early lead in event three, the Shot Put, with an opening throw of 11.95m
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TRADICIONES (IV): 12th Man

Mi 4º hilo de Tradiciones habla de la leyenda del “12th Man” de Texas A&M, que ahora inspira a una de las gradas más ruidosas del College Football. Lugar emblemático. Especial. Un auténtico jugador número 12. #GigEm

(Si os gusta el hilo, agradezco RT)
Esta leyenda del jugador nº12 ha pasado de generación en generación y aún sigue (y seguirá) inspirando a la sección de estudiantes de la universidad de Texas A&M durante sus partidos. Ellos son ahora el “12th Man”. #GigEm

La 1ª vez que se usó el término “12th Man” (que se tenga constancia) fue en una revista de la Universidad de Minnesota en septiembre de 1900, hablando de los hinchas como “una misteriosa influencia en los equipos”. Los fans empezaron a ser llamados el 12º jugador de los equipos.
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