Analyzed efficiency ratings since 2005
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    Analyzed efficiency ratings since 2005

    1. All national title winners finish in the top 8 overall. Lowest title winners were:
    #7. Auburn 2010 - 84.0
    #8. LSU 2007 - 80.8

    2. Alabama 2018 is the highest rated team overall for 2005-2018, rating of 96.9
    Florida State 2013 is second overall with 96.1.

    3. Alabama 2012 is the highest rated Bama title team, finishes tied with Florida 2008 with a rating of 95.4.

    4. Alabama 2009 is our lowest rated title winner with a 89.3.

    5. Clemson 2018 is their highest rated team at 90.8.

    6. Top 7 overall for defensive efficiency:
    #1. Alabama 2016 - 97.4.....best so far, but offensive efficiency was only 70.8
    #2. Alabama 2011 - 94.5
    #3. Clemson 2014 - 92.5.....finished 10-3....their offensive efficiency was only 49.6
    #4. Clemson 2018 - 92.3
    #5. Alabama 2015 - 91.6
    #6. Alabama 2012 - 91.2
    #7. Clemson 2017 - 90.9

    7. Top 7 overall for offensive efficiency:
    #1. Alabama 2018 - 96.6....defense was 88.4
    #2. Oklahoma 2017 - 96.6....defense was 52.3
    #3. Oklahoma 2018 - 96.6....defense was 41.1
    #4. USC 2005 - 95.8
    #5. Oklahoma 2008 - 95.3
    #6. Wisconsin 2011 - 93.9
    #7. FSU 2013 - 93.5

    8. Closely rated offensive and defensive efficiencies for Bama. Ranked by overall efficiency.
    #1. 2012 - 90.3 and 91.2 respectively
    #2. 2017 - 86.4 and 89.9
    #3. 2013 - 85.7 and 85.9
    #4. 2014 - 84.9 and 82.5

    9. Large differences in Bama's offensive and defensive efficiences. Ranked by size of difference.
    #1. 2005 - 54.4 and 81.1 respectively....included really because it shows how comparatively down things were back then.
    #2. 2016 - 70.8 and 97.4 (14-1)
    #3. 2015 - 74.7 and 91.6 (14-1)
    #4. 2011 - 80.4 and 94.5 (12-1)
    #5. 2009 - 77.3 and 89.9 (14-0)
    #6. 2008 - 70.1 and 82.7 (12-2)
    #7. 2010 - 87.7 and 79.1 (10-3)
    #8. 2018 - 96.6 and 88.4 (14-1)

    10. Alabama 2013 is our best special teams rating at 65.6.

    11. Alabama 2014 is our worst special teams rating at 38.0
    (context - 2018's rating was 49.4)
    (further context - 2019 is 22.5 so far...which would rank as 23rd worst overall since 2005)

    12. Alabama 2019 has an 97.7 offensive rating, which is #2 to Oklahoma's 98.3.

    13. Alabama 2019 has an 85.9 defensive rating.
    Auburn - 89.2
    Georgia - 87.0
    Florida - 84.7
    LSU - 68.3
    Oklahoma - 67.9

    14. Our opponents so far in 2019 (overall)
    Duke - 68.5
    NMSU - 12.5
    SC - 64.4
    USM - 45.1
    Ole Miss - 50.2

    15. Opponents remaining
    Texas A&M - 67.1
    Tennessee - 40.2
    Arkansas - 38.4
    LSU - 90.6
    MSU - 64.6
    WCU - :/
    Auburn - 85.8

    Possibles
    Georgia - 92.3
    Ohio St - 98.0
    Oklahoma - 94.6
    Clemson - 90.5


    Sorry for the length, I like stats, slow day at work.

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    Re: Analyzed efficiency ratings since 2005

    Is this something you created? Or is there a link that I’m not seeing?
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    Re: Analyzed efficiency ratings since 2005

    Used ESPN's ratings, excel spreadsheet and filters...so I could put all the seasons together.

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    Re: Analyzed efficiency ratings since 2005

    So what is the conclusion of this? What are you trying to tell us based on the data? I'm just trying figure out the narrative behind it. I like stats and I found it interesting. Just wanted to hear your thoughts on this.
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    Re: Analyzed efficiency ratings since 2005

    I don't have a distinct conclusion, was just looking at the ratings. Was going for a correlation between ratings and titles or at least inclusion in the playoffs....then that 2010 Auburn team messes that up with their defensive rating being below 60 and having a offense - defense differential of 35.2, by far the largest differential. I think honestly I just started starting typing as I was looking at the stats and it ran into being just a tangent thought.

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