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The Congrove Computer Rankings (CCR) forecasted half of the final four in the first season of the College Football Playoff. It picked 11 BCS title game participants in 16 BCS seasons.
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Weekly Picks, Scores - The Congrove Computer Rankings have picked the winner in 75% of all games played since 1993 (12,190-4,066).

Feature Picks - A few of the computer's weekly college football game picks are analyzed and separated into three categories - "Easy Pickins", "Hold Your Horses", and "Upset Picks".
Dave Congrove gives his take on the week's upcoming slate of games.
A concise recap of the week's games and their impact on the conference races, rankings and the national title chase.
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Joins Biletnikoff Award National Selection Committee is pleased and honored to announce that Dave Congrove, website founder and creator of the Congrove Computer Rankings, has been added to the prestigious list of voters on the National Selection Committee of the Fred Biletnikoff Award. The award, presented annually to the season's outstanding receiver regardless of position (tight end, wide receiver, etc.), is overseen by the Tallahassee Quarterback Club Foundation and the committee is comprised of over 300 distinguished voters. Learn more.
Computer Picks
Some traditional rivalries ain't what they used to be but the week nonetheless features Miami at Florida State, and Oklahoma battling Texas in Dallas. The computer still disagrees that Clemson is the favorite at home over a reeling Georgia Tech team, and it likes Missouri over visiting Florida. Meanwhile, Utah gets a 2-TD edge in Salt Lake City over Cal in a matchup of undefeated PAC-12 squads, while Oklahoma State and Northwestern are projected first-time losers at West Virginia and Michigan, respectively. A 56-game slate kicks off Thursday. The list of 17 idle teams includes Stanford, Texas A&M and UCLA.
Top 10 Shake-Up After UCLA, Ole Miss, Georgia Pounded
Utah and Texas A&M enter all-important top 4.
CCR Top 128
Ohio State still tops the chart, but Utah and Michigan State switch at 2nd and 3rd while Texas A&M moves into 4th.
Also See: Rankings Comparison - Polls and More
Feature Picks Results
Mike went 15-of-17 in picking winners, but just 8-9 against the spread. The computer nailed Cincinnati's upset win over Miami (first since 1947).
Season Preview:
The computer projects the nearly impossible task of Ohio State repeating as national champions. See the complete Season Preview which includes over 225 PAGES of information!
Bowl Schedule
Additions of the Arizona Bowl in Tucson and the Cure Bowl in Orlando swell the bowl lineup to a record 41 games, including the 4-team College Football Playoff. See the complete bowl schedule.
Conference Realignment
UAB shut down its program after the 2014 season, but UNC-Charlotte moves up from the FCS. Navy migrates to the American.
College Football Playoff Explained
Last year, we bade farewell to the polls and the computers, and surrendered to the opinions of what ultimately became a 12-person committee to dictate which 4 teams will play for the national title. The committee also released rankings and placed teams in other bowls.
BCS or Playoff? It's Still An Imperfect System
Computer produced the same final 4 without all the time, energy and silliness of a committee.

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