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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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A season-long resource with team pages containing schedules, results and weekly updated picks of who is expected to beat who by how much. Over 150 Pages.
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Conference Clashes, Intersectional Battles Spice Up Week
Mississippi State visits LSU in the only matchup among the computer's Top 25.
Week 4 Picks
Auburn and Kansas State open the 4th week of the 2014 college football season on Thursday, followed by UConn at USF on Friday. The 57-game schedule has a fun mixed bag of conference clashes and intersectional matchups, including Florida-Alabama, Clemson-Florida State, North Carolina-East Carolina, Georgia Tech-Virginia Tech, Mississippi State-LSU, Miami-Nebraska, Utah-Michigan, and Oklahoma-West Virginia.
13 Picks + 2 Projected Upsets
Mike has 13 games this week where he believes he computer has the best chance of being right, and the computer is projecting a pair of outright upsets thanks to the MAC.
Auburn, A&M, FSU Keep Top 3 Spots In Computer Rankings
Nearly 60 teams have moved up or down fewer than 10 spots since day 1 of the 2014 Congrove Computer Rankings. That's somewhat surprising, given all of the chaos we've already seen this season.
South Carolina Outlasts Georgia; Boston College Upsets USC
East Carolina bursts Virginia Tech's bubble.
Season Preview
The 2014 season preview is here. Visit the Season Preview section for conference race projections, game-by-game picks and much, much more.
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.
2014 Season "College Football Playoff" Updates:
Selection Committee Announced
Fans Select Logo For College Football Playoff
Cowboys Stadium To Host "College Football Playoff" Championship
Playoff Dates Set
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.
20 Schools Have New Head Coach For 2014
USC, Texas and Penn State are among those hoping that fresh blood will lead to better results.
Also See:
Jones Resigns From SMU 2 Games Into Season
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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