Over at Grantland, I wrote about 7 predictions from college football analytics for the remainder of the season.
I pulled out my entire bag of tricks of this one. In addition to looking at yards per play adjusted for strength of schedule, they asked me to estimate the impact of Missouri QB James Franklin on the SEC East. That required dusting off my Monte Carlo simulation for calculating division win probabilities.
Also, three of my data visualization accompany the writing, one of which appears above in modified form.
To read the entire article, which includes sections on Baylor, Clemson, and Louisville, click here.