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The Congrove Computer Rankings (CCR) forecasted the exact national title match-up in 1993, 1998 and 2005. It has picked at least one of the national title game contestants 12 times in its 21-year history (1993, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2011). The team it picked to win the title has played in the title game seven times (1993, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2005), and won the title three times (1993, 1998, 1999).
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Weekly Picks, Scores - The Congrove Computer Rankings have picked the winner in 74.9% of all games played since 1993 (11,533-3,855).

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 BCS title chase.
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Week 14 Computer Picks/Scores
Arizona (PAC-12 South) and Missouri (SEC East) clinched their respective divisions, Virginia Tech secured a 22nd straight bowl bid, and Marshall's quest for an undefeated season came to an end when the Herd fell 67-66 to Western Kentucky on a 2-point conversion in the first overtime. A 61-game slate kicked off Tuesday. Get the computer's pick, and actual final score, for every game on the schedule.
Feature Picks
Mike examines the computer's picks and features the games that he believes have the best chance of being correct. Over the last 3 weeks, Mike's selections are 33-10 outright (19-24 ATS), and the computer is 12-9 in projecting outright upsets (15-6 ATS). He offers 19 games to look at this week while the computer forecasts 9 outright upsets.
Rivalry Week
Divisional races, conference titles, bowl bids and Final 4 spots on the line.
Playoff Committee Top 25
Of the top 7 teams in last week's rankings, only Florida State played and defeated a fellow FBS school with a winning record. Three members of that top 7 played division cellar-dwellers (Oregon vs. Colorado, Mississippi State vs. Vanderbilt, and Ohio State vs. Indiana), one member was idle after playing a next-to-last-place team (TCU vs. Kansas), one played a below-.500 team (Baylor vs. Oklahoma State), and one played a FCS team (Alabama vs. Western Carolina). And yet the top 7 are unchanged in the newest edition of the College Football Playoff selection committee's rankings. Other puzzling aspects include a 1-loss TCU remaining two spots higher than the 1-loss Baylor team that the Horned Frogs lost to, a 3-loss Auburn at No. 15 when it hasn't beaten a FBS school in its last 3 games, and Utah hanging on at No. 25 when they are 4-4 in their last 8 games. Marshall, the only other unbeaten team in the FBS, received token recognition at No. 24 while a 2-loss Boise State entered one spot higher. The Herd and the Broncos are the first teams from non-Power 5 conferences to be included in the committee's five iterations of rankings. Among the committee's top 10 are 3 schools from the SEC, 2 each from the Big Ten, Big 12 and PAC-12, and 1 from the ACC. The computer's Top 10 is comprised of 3 teams from the SEC, 2 each from the Big 10 and Big 12, and 1 each from the ACC, CUSA (Marshall) and PAC-12.
FSU No. 1; Oregon Moves To 3rd In Computer;
Coaches Reward 'Bama With No. 1 For Beating FCS Team

Florida State and Ohio State remain 1-2 in the CCR Top 128. But somehow, voters in the Coaches' Poll believe Alabama's win over FCS member Western Carolina was more meaningful than the 'Noles fending off Boston College 20-17 for their 27th straight win.
Also See: CCR Top 128 - Rankings Comparison
FSU Escapes Once More; UCLA Handles USC
Minnesota, Wisconsin each win to set up de facto playoff for division title.
Also See: Bowl Eligible Rules, Teams
Coaching Changes - Florida Bids Adieu To Muschamp
Will Muschamp was fired on Sunday (November 16) after nearly 4 full seasons as the head coach of the Florida Gators, effective at the end of the season.
Also See: How 2014's New Coaches Fared vs. Predecessor
College Football Playoff Explained
Beginning in 2014, we bid farewell to the polls and the computers, and surrender to the opinions of a 13-person committee to dictate which 4 teams will play for the national title. The committee will also release rankings and place teams in other bowls.
Congrove Routinely Outperformed BCS Rankers
An independent website measures the performance of multiple computer rankings each season and the Congrove rankings were routinely proven to be superior to those that participated in the BCS Standings.
Conference Realignment For 2014
The team rosters of five conferences, plus the make-up of the independents, will be affected by realignment in 2014 and the ranks of the FBS increase from 125 schools to 128.

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