WEEK 4 #KPI (as of 9/22/13)

A light week of games brought us 58 games decided by an average of 25.4 points per game (PPG).  The Big Ten was the last conference the begin conference play among the 15 conference games scheduled.  84% of the remaining games on the schedule are conference games starting next week.

KPI NEWS AND NOTES

  • The Pac-12 has been outstanding thus far, including a 29-4 non-conference record.  The conference is #1 in KPI, winning percentage,  road/neutral record (11-2), points scored (39.8 PPG) and margin (+19.8 PPG).
  • The SEC is dominating strength of schedule (SOS), partly due to the seven conference games they have already played (most of any conference).
  • The average margin in games this year has been 23.3 points per game. (Week 1: 22.9 PPG; Week 2: 24.8 PPG; Week 3: 20.1 PPG; Week 4: 25.4 PPG).
  • Games involving FBS teams are averaging 56.1 PPG (28.0 PPG per team).
  • Home teams are 190-69 (.733) on the year. Road teams conversely are 69-190 (.267).
  • The highest ranked one loss teams are (in order): Georgia, Florida, Auburn, Washington State.
  • Baylor is #1 in points scored (69.7 PPG) and #2 in points allowed (7.7 PPG) as they enter Big 12 play.
  • There have been 95 games between FBS and FCS teams (FBS teams are 81-14, .853).  Only 15 such games remain (1 on 10/12, 1 on 10/19, 2 on 10/26, 1 on 11/2, 3 on 11/9, 1 on 11/16 and 6 on 11/23).  7 of the 15 are against SEC foes, 4 against the ACC, 1 against the American and 3 against Independents (Idaho, New Mexico State, BYU).
  • The #1 SOS to date goes to Georgia (at #5 Clemson, #31 South Carolina, #49 North Texas).  North Carolina, Idaho, TCU, Florida International, Pittsburgh, Auburn, Colorado State, Florida and Indiana round out the top ten.
  • The top five REMAINING strength of schedule (in order): Utah, California, Arkansas, Oregon State, UCLA.

TOP 10 KPI WINS

  1. 0.71        Sept 2   #2 Florida State 41, at #33 Pittsburgh 13
  2. 0.69        Sept 7   #25 Washington State 10, at #29 USC 7
  3. 0.66        Aug 31  #1 Alabama 35, #30 Virginia Tech 10 (Atlanta)
  4. 0.61        Sept 1   at #20 Louisville 49, #41 Ohio 7
  5. 0.58        Sept 14 #10 Central Florida 34, at #40 Penn State 31
  6. 0.57        Sept 7   #3 Oklahoma State 56, at #48 Texas-San Antonio 35
  7. 0.56        Sept 14 #6 UCLA 41, at #43 Nebraska 21
  8. 0.55        Sept 14 #1 Alabama 49, at #46 Texas A&M 42
  9. 0.54        Sept 21 at #14 LSU 35, #22 Auburn 21
  10. 0.53        Sept 7   #4 Oregon 59, at #54 Virginia 10

CONFERENCE KPI RANKINGS

  1. Pac-12 (32-7, .821) .141 KPI
  2. SEC (35-14, .714) .118 KPI
  3. ACC (34-13, .723) .092 KPI
  4. Big Ten (36-11, .766) .062 KPI
  5. Big 12 (22-11, .667) .014 KPI
  6. Mountain West (18-25, .419) -.061 KPI
  7. American (18-15, .545) -.074 KPI
  8. Conference USA (19-31, .380) -.087 KPI
  9. MAC (19-30, .388) -.114 KPI
  10. Sun Belt (14-16, .467) -.154 KPI

TOP UPCOMING KPI GAMES – WEEK 5

  1. Arizona at Washington (Saturday 7 p.m. ET, FOX)
  2. Mississippi at Alabama (Saturday 6:30 p.m. ET, ESPN)
  3. LSU at Georgia (Saturday 3:30 p.m. ET, CBS)
  4. Stanford vs. Washington State (Seattle) (Saturday 10 p.m. ET, ESPN)
  5. South Carolina at Central Florida (12 p.m. ET, ABC)
  6. Virginia Tech at Georgia Tech (Thursday 7:30 p.m. ET, ESPN)
  7. Oklahoma at Notre Dame (Saturday 3:30 p.m. ET, NBC)
  8. Florida State at Boston College (Saturday 3:30 p.m. ET, ABC/ESPN2 Reverse Mirror)
  9. USC at Arizona State (Saturday 10:30 p.m. ET, ESPN2)
  10. Oklahoma State at West Virginia (Saturday 12 p.m. ET, ESPN)

Updated data is linked below in PDF form:

#KPI by Team (through Week 4): https://kpisports.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/2013-14-master-schedule-football-by-team-week-4.pdf

#KPI by Conference (through Week 4): https://kpisports.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/2013-14-master-schedule-football-by-conference-week-4.pdf

#KPI Results/TV Schedule (through Week 4): https://kpisports.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/2013-14-master-schedule-football-by-game-week-4.pdf

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