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BCF Toys is the home of college football data visualized by Brian Fremeau. In addition to producing the data, graphics, and analysis archived here, I write regularly for Football OutsidersESPN Insider, and other web and print publications.

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College Football History

:: All-Time Winning Percentage (FBS Closed Set)
:: 25-Year Winning Percentage (FBS Closed Set) 

 

National Drive Data

:: Points per Possession by Starting Field Position
:: Starting Field Position and the Next Possession
:: Field Goal Success by Field Position
:: Field Position Following a Punt

 

FEI Ratings

:: 2013 :: 2012 :: 2011 :: 2010 :: 2009 :: 2008 :: 2007 :: 2006 :: 2005 :: 2004 :: 2003
The Fremeau Efficiency Index is a drive-based, opponent-adjusted college football rating system. Teams are rewarded for playing well against good teams, win or lose, and they are punished more severely for playing poorly against bad teams than they are rewarded for playing well against bad teams.

 

Program FEI Ratings

:: 2012 :: 2011 :: 2010 :: 2009 :: 2008 :: 2007
Program FEI ratings represent five years of opponent-adjusted drive efficiency data. Data collected from more recent seasons is weighted more heavily. PFEI is the baseline measure for preseason FEI projections.

 

Strength of Schedule Ratings

:: 2013 :: 2012 :: 2011 :: 2010 :: 2009 :: 2008 :: 2007 :: 2006 :: 2005 :: 2004 :: 2003
Strength of Schedule ratings are based on the FEI ratings for each team and represent the percent likelihood that an elite team (two standard deviations better than average) would go undefeated against the given team's entire schedule.

 

Game Splits

:: 2013 :: 2012 :: 2011 :: 2010 :: 2009 :: 2008 :: 2007
Game Splits are a function of all possessions in FBS vs. FBS games in the given season, excluding first-half clock kills and end-of-game garbage drives and scores. Game Splits represent the scoring margin components of a game, the value contributed to the margin of victory or defeat by the offense, defense, and special teams units.

 

Points Per Drive

:: 2013 :: 2012 :: 2011 :: 2010 :: 2009 :: 2008 :: 2007
Points Per Drive data as a function of all offensive possessions in FBS vs. FBS games in the given season, excluding first-half clock kills and end-of-game garbage drives and scores. Offensive points per drive, defensive points per drive, and net points per drive data available.

 

Yards Per Stop

:: 2013
Yards Per Stop is a measure of offensive and defensive efficiency. It represents the total yardage earned divided by the number of times the offense was stopped short of the end zone (turnover, field goal attempt, punt, safety, or turnover on downs).