As a math/stats major from what feels like a long time ago, let me say that numbers can lie. Not sure where this came from, but there are too many factors that can go into the results of any given game, especially when you have a fairly small sample size of games. According to this we lose 35-14. Vegas has the odds as Temple-6 (per the HC). Who would you believe? I'll go with the experts in Nevada.
How do you factor in a monsoon or whatever the weather in Tampa could be classified as. It must factor in, but how. Then there's Casey/No Casey. Other retiring players. Soooooo many variables.
How do you factor in a monsoon or whatever the weather in Tampa could be classified as. It must factor in, but how. Then there's Casey/No Casey. Other retiring players. Soooooo many variables.
I was trying to find this post over the weekend (after the game) so I could bow to your numbers. Way closer to reality than Vegas. Time for me to go back and get a different degree.
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