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And hoo boy does college football have a lot of variables. A big shiny multi-score win would make everybody feel better, and would be a talking point for those 30 second pre-season rundowns on ESPN 7 (“Michigan is coming off a bowl win, something something rivalry record, Rashan Gary, something quarterback competition, latest Harbaugh thing”).
The ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ nature of 18- to 22-year-old man-children. But in college football, you've got twelve regular season games. But all everyone is talking about is “7-0,” despite the randomness of Iowa ice-skating better than Boston College, Kentucky dropping a two-point conversion against Northwestern, and Purdue completing a two-minute drill against Arizona.
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I don't do much with the maths, but from what I remember from high school algebra, there's a general rule that if you have a variables system of linear equations, you need that same number of distinct equations to solve the system. And odds are, three or four of those games are going to be against tomato cans. In one game, the opponent's quarterback will get knocked out. Sure, we can draw some general conclusions, like “Mo Hurst is greater than or equal to everything,” or “you cannot divide by Mike Riley.” But to get more specific, we need more data. Michigan is going to beat South Carolina, because Michigan is pretty good, and South Carolina isn’t particularly good.