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This is the point of the season when I look at the future schedules of undefeated teams to see who has the best chance to run the table and make the playoff. When the number of such teams falls below four, I chart the one-loss teams. I limit this to ‘power’ conference teams unless a ‘Group of 5’ team is in the Top ten of either the writer, coach’s or committee’s polls. I also have two fictional bowls for the two top mid-majors, (the ‘Pesci’ Bowl, named after vertically challenged but ever-feisty character actor Joe Pesci), and the two worst teams in the country, (the Ty-D Bowl, named after the Ty-D Bol toilet bowl cleaner). For the Pesci Bowl, I’ll keep track of the undefeated Group of 5 teams until there are less than two of them. Then I look at the one-loss G5 teams. For the Ty-D Bowl, I keep track of the winless teams until there are less than two of them. Then I’ll look at the 1-win teams. Rankings are by the writers/coaches/committee- when it comes out. I’ve decided to include each team’s points “Against Ranked Teams” (ART). See that post for details on how that is computed.

After Week 14

Playoff Contenders

ALABAMA 12-1 (456-239) ranked 5/4/4 ART +107

FLORIDA STATE 13-0 (481-207) ranked: 4/3/5 ART: +92

GEORGIA 12-1 (499-216) ranked: 6/6/5 ART +170

MICHIGAN 13-0 (477-123) ranked: 1/1/1 ART: +91

OHIO STATE 11-1 (394-132) ranked: 7/7/7 ART: +64

TEXAS 12-1 (470-228) ranked: 3/4/3 ART: +109

WASHINGTON 13-0 (490-307) ranked: 2/2/2 ART: +93

So if you go by a teams record Against Ranked Teams, (as measured here, the four team playoff should be between GEORGIA, ALABAMA, TEXAS AND WASHINGTON, with two undefeated teams, #1 MICHIGAN and FLORIDA STATE being left out. Not happening. But you could make logical arguments for several groups of 4 teams. It’s a fitting year to send the 4 team playoff system into history: one that produces chaos. Could this be the work of….

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Pesci Bowl

JAMES MADISON 11-1 (422-222) ranked 24/25/UR

LIBERTY 13-0 (530-295) ranked 18/20/23

MIAMI UNIVERSITY 11-2 (350-210) unranked

SOUTHERN METHODIST 11-2 (528-226) ranked 17/19/24

TOLEDO 11-2 (437-268) unranked

TULANE 11-2 (349-246) ranked 23/24/UR ART -11

JAMES MADISON got screwed out of a conference championship and a bowl but retaining their one-loss record puts them in the Pesci Bowl against LIBERTY. Hmmm… James Madison, “The Father of the Constitution”, vs. Liberty? Maybe this IS the work of….

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Ty-D Bowl

AKRON 2-10 (195-336)

EAST CAROLINA 2-10 (208-265) ART -4

KENT STATE 1-11 (176-415)

LOUISIANA-MONROE 2-10 (208-419) ART -19

NEVADA-RENO 2-10 (208-401)

VANDERBILT 2-10 (274-434)

The 2023 Ty-D-Bowl will be between KENT STATE 1-11 (176-415) and LOUISIANA-MONROE 2-10 (208-419). The Warhawks were chosen over the other two win teams based on point differential. It’s the third Ty-D-Bowl for each.
 
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The history of the Pesci Bowl, (updated)

After doing the Ty-D-Bowl, I came up with the idea of a bowl game between the top two Mid or Lower Majors teams. I would define those teams as teams listed as a major college here:
but which, had they won all their games, would not have been considered a legitimate contender for the national championship. This bowl is to see which team is the best of them. (I also used the ESPN College Football Encyclopedia. As well as this website: Complete List of College Football National Champions with Seasons | College Football at Sports-Reference.com )

I decided to name the game after Joe Pesci, a vertically challenged but feisty character actor. Thus, it’s the “Pesci Bowl”. As with the Ty-D-Bowl, I decided to start with the post-war era, largely because the distinctions between levels of competition among major colleges were less apparent in the pre-war era, when college football was more like college basketball today when many schools can have good teams because you don’t need so many players to be good, (pre-war ball was exclusively one platoon football).

The first thing I’ll look at is numerical record, which is the number of losses and ties. It’s not the number of wins because teams don’t always play the same number of games. A 9-1 game is a 10-1 team that just played 10 games instead of 11. It’s better than a 10-2 team because they have only one loss instead of 2. I there is a tie, the next thing I will look at is head-head confrontations. I don’t want rematches if there is a team with a similar record who hasn’t played the winner yet. If I still need a tie-breaker, it’s going to be point differential. I’m not going to try to determine if the MAC was better than the WAC in a particular year. The first team listed is the team with the best record or, if that’s tie, the greatest average point differential. (They will get to wear their dark jerseys.) Again, I’m using the current names of the teams. Texas Western is now Texas-El Paso, for example.

1946 Hardin-Simmons 10-0-0 (30-5) vs. Yale 7-1-1 (30-8)
1947 Pennsylvania 7-0-1 (27-4) vs. Rutgers 8-1 (29-11)
1948 Cornell 8-1-0 (25-12) vs. Utah 8-1-1 (22-10)
1949 Cornell 8-1-0 (32-12) vs. Wyoming 9-1-0 (38-6)
(The Cowboys squeaked by Northern Colorado 103-0)
1950 Wyoming 9-0-0 (38-7) vs. Princeton 9-0-0 (39-10)
1951 Princeton 9-0-0 (34-9) vs. San Francisco 9-0-0 (32-8)
(Princeton had Heisman Trophy winner Dick Kazmaier but USF had future Pro Football Hall of Famers Ollie Matson, Gino Marchetti and Bob St. Clair. The school gave up football- on a high note- after 1951)
1952 Princeton 8-1-0 (33-8) vs. Tulsa 8-1-1 (33-18)
1953 Texas Tech 11-1-0 (39-14) vs. West Virginia 8-1-0 (32-12)
1954 Virginia Tech 8-0-1 (23-8) vs. Denver 9-1-0 (30-10)
(The Denver Bears had a respectable program until they gave up football in 1960)
1955 Miami University 9-0-0 (25-5) vs. West Virginia 8-2-0 (28.5-10)
(Miami- of Ohio- was actually not listed on the website above as major college until 1962. But they were ranked: #15 by the writers and #20 by the coaches so I included them. Their coach: Ara Parseghian)
1956 Wyoming 10-0-0 (25-11) vs. Texas-El Paso 9-1-0 (30.5-6.5)
(Wyoming’s coach was Bob Devaney, who later turned Nebraska into a superpower.)
1957 Arizona State 10-0-0 (40-7) vs. Virginia Military 9-0-1 (20-10)
(The Sun Devils were coached by Dan Devine, who then took the job at Missouri, leaving assistant Frank Kush in charge in Tempe, a job he kept for the next 22 years)
1958 Air Force 9-0-1 (22.5-9) vs. Rutgers 8-1-0 (33-9)
(The Falcons tied TCU, 0-0 in the Cotton Bowl that year)
1959 Wyoming 9-1-0 (29-6) vs. North Texas State 9-1-0 (29.5-7.5)
1960 New Mexico St. 10-0-0 (37-10) vs. Yale 9-0-0 (28-8)
1961 Rutgers 9-0-0 (27-11) vs. Utah State 9-0-1 (39-8)
1962 Dartmouth 9-0-0 (26-6) vs. Memphis 8-1-0 (29-7)
1963 Memphis 9-0-1 (20-5) vs. Arizona State 8-1-0 (28-14)
1964 Princeton 9-0-0 (24-6) vs. Bowling Green 9-1-0 (27.5-9)
1965 Dartmouth 9-0-0 (30-8) vs. East Carolina 8-1-0 (30-9)
1966 Wyoming 9-1-0 (33-7) vs. Harvard 8-1-0 (26-7)
1967 Wyoming 10-0-0 (28-10) vs. Toledo 9-1-0 (27-8)
(The Cowboys were actually invited to the Sugar Bowl were they almost beat LSU)
1968 Ohio U. 10-0-0 (38-18) vs. Yale 8-0-1 (35-16)
(The Bobcats went 10-0 in 1960, 0-10 in 1965 and 10-0 in 1968.)
1969 San Diego State 10-0-0 (46-19) vs. Toledo 10-0-0 (33-13)
1970 Dartmouth 9-0-0 (35-5) vs. Toledo 11-0-0 (31-7)
1971 Toledo 11-0-0 (32-8) vs. Arizona State 10-1-0 (38-15)
1972 Louisville 9-1-0 (31-9) vs. San Diego State 10-1-0 (24-13)
1973 Miami University 10-0-0 (21-7) vs. Arizona State 10-1-0 (45-15)
1974 Miami University 9-0-1 (28-8) vs. Yale 8-1-0 (25-7)
1975 Arkansas State 11-0-0 (32-7) vs. Arizona State 11-0-0 (30-10)
1976 Rutgers 11-0-0 (26-7) vs. Yale 8-1-0 (22-9)
1977 Grambling 10-1-0 (42-16) vs. San Diego State 10-1-0 (32-15)
1978 Ball State 10-1-0 (23-7) vs. North Texas State 9-2-0 (25-14)
1979 Brigham Young 11-0-0 (41-15) vs. McNeese State 11-0-0 (21-9)
1980 Brigham Young 11-1-0 (47-11) vs. Furman 9-1-1 (26-16)
1981 Yale 9-1-0 (28.5-15) vs. Drake 10-1-0 (22-18)
(After 1981, the Ivy league and the Southern Conference dropped down to Division 1AA-FCS- and their schools thus dropped out of contention for the Pesci Bowl.)
1982 Fresno State 11-1-0 (32-18) vs. New Mexico 10-1-0 (34-20)
1983 Brigham Young 10-1-0 (44-21) vs. Virginia Tech 9-2-0 (27-8)
(These are the pre-Beamer, pre-Big East Hokies who played mostly former Southern Conference foes. Howell lists Southern Illinois, 13-1 as a major college but they won the FCS championship that year so I can’t include them in the Pesci Bowl.)
1984 Brigham Young 12-0-0 (36-14) vs. Fullerton State 11-1-0 (28-18)
(You didn’t really think the Cougars were #1 in 1984, did you?)
1985 Bowling Green 11-0-0 (32-16) vs. Fresno State 10-0-1 (39-18)
(This game actually took place in the California Bowl and Fresno State won big, 51-7.)
1986 San Jose State 9-2-0 (33-20) vs. Fresno State 9-2-0 (27-14)
(This is a rematch of a 45-41 regular season game.)
1987 San Jose State 10-1-0 (35-18) vs. Wyoming 10-2-0 (34-21)
1988 Wyoming 11-1-0 (41-18) vs. Fresno State 9-2-0 (33-13)
1989 Fresno State 11-1-0 (38-19) vs. Northern Illinois 9-2-0 (31-24)
1990 Louisville 9-1-1 (28-13) vs. Brigham Young 10-2-0 (42.5-24)
1991 Fresno State 10-1-0 (44-19) vs. East Carolina 10-1-0 (34-22)
1992 Hawaii 10-2 (33-25) vs. Bowling Green 9-2 (26-18)
1993 Ball State 8-2-1 (24-20) vs. Fresno State 8-3 (40-28)
1994 Colorado State 10-1 (35-22) vs. Bowling Green 9-2- (36-16)
1995 Toledo 10-0-1 (34-19) vs. Nevada-Reno 9-2 (40-31)
(This game actually took place in the Las Vegas Bowl and Toledo, coached by Gary Pinkel, won 40-37)
1996 Brigham Young 13-1 (41-19) vs. Army 10-1 (32-17)
1997 Colorado State 10-2 (37-15) vs. Marshall 10-2 (38-19)
1998 Tulane 11-0 (45-24) vs. Air Force 11-1 (35-13)
1999 Marshall 12-0 (37-11) vs. East Carolina 9-2 (29-18)
2000 Texas Christian 10-1 (37-10) vs. Toledo 10-1 (36-11)
2001 Brigham Young 11-2 (47-30) vs. Fresno State 11-2 (40-23)
2002 Boise State 11-1 (47-19) vs. South Florida 9-2 (31-19)
2003 Boise State 12-1 (44-16) vs. Miami University 12-1 (43-19)
2004 Boise State 11-0 (50-24) vs. Utah 11-0 (46-21)
2005 Texas Christian 10-1 (34-18) vs. Toledo 8-3 (35-23)
2006 Boise State 12-0 (39-16) vs. Brigham Young 10-2 (37-15)
2007 Hawaii 12-0 (46-24) vs. Brigham Young 10-2 (31-19)
2008 Boise State 12-0 (39-12) vs. Utah 12-0 (37-17)
2009 Texas Christian 12-0 (41-13) vs. Boise State 13-0 (44-18)
2010 Texas Christian 12-0 (43-11) vs. Nevada-Reno 12-1 (43-22)
2011 Houston 12-1 (51-23) vs. Boise State 11-1 (43-18)
2012 Northern Illinois 12-1 (41-19) vs. Utah State 10-2 (34-15)
2013 Northern Illinois 12-1 (42-25) vs. Fresno State 11-1 (45-29)
2014 Marshall 12-1 (45-21) vs. Boise State 11-2 (40-27)
2015 Houston 12-1 (41-20) vs. Western Kentucky 11-2 (44-25)
2016 Western Michigan 13-0 (44-19) vs. South Florida 10-2 (44-31)
2017 Central Florida 12-0 (49-25) vs. Toledo 11-2 (39-26)
2018 Central Florida 12-0 (44-21) vs. Fresno State 11-2 (35-14)
2019 Memphis 12-1 (41-24) vs. Boise State 12-1 (37-21)
2020 Cincinnati 9-0 (39-16) vs. Coastal Carolina 11-0 (37-22)
2021 (SW) Louisiana 12-1 (31-18) vs. Texas- San Antonio 12-1 (38-24)
2022 Tulane 11-2 (35-20) vs. Texas- San Antonio 11-2 (39-27)
2023 Liberty 13-0 (41-23) vs. James Madison 11-1 (35-18.5)

Participation:

Air Force 1958, 1998 (2)
Arizona State 1957, 1963, 1970, 1973, 1975 (5)
Arkansas State 1975 (1)
Army 1996 (1)
Ball State 1978, 1993 (2)
Boise State 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2014, 2019 (9)
Bowling Green 1964, 1985, 1992, 1994 (4)
Brigham Young 1979, 1980, 1983, 1984, 1990, 1996, 2001, 2006, 2007 (9)
Central Florida 2017, 2018 (2)
Cincinnati 2020 (1)
Coastal Carolina 2020 (1)
Colorado State 1994, 1997 (2)
Cornell 1948, 1949 (2)
Dartmouth 1962, 1965, 1970 (3)
Denver 1954 (1)
Drake 1981 (1)
East Carolina 1965, 1991, 1999 (3)
Fresno State 1982, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1993, 2001, 2013, 2018 (10)
Fullerton State 1984 (1)
Furman 1980 (1)
Grambling 1977 (1)
Hardin-Simmons 1946 (1)
Harvard 1966 (1)
Hawaii 1992, 2007 (2)
Houston 2011, 2015 (2)
James Madison 2023 (1)
Liberty 2023 (1)
(SW) Louisiana 2021 (1)
Louisville 1972, 1990 (2)
Marshall 1997, 1999, 2014 (3)
McNeese State 1979 (1)
Memphis 1962, 1963, 2019 (3)
Miami U. 1955, 1973, 1974, 2003 (4)
Nevada-Reno 1995, 2010 (2)
New Mexico 1982 (1)
New Mexico State 1960 (1)
Northern Illinois 1989, 2012, 2013 (3)
North Texas State 1959, 1978 (2)
Ohio U. 1968 (1)
Pennsylvania 1947 (1)
Princeton 1950, 1951, 1952, 1964 (4)
Rutgers 1947, 1958, 1961, 1976 (4)
San Diego State 1969, 1972, 1977 (3)
San Francisco 1951 (1)
San Jose State 1986, 1987 (2)
South Florida 2002, 2016 (2)
Texas Christian 2000, 2005, 2009, 2010 (4)
Texas-El Paso 1956 (1)
Texas-San Antonio 2021, 2022 (2)
Texas Tech 1953 (1)
Toledo 1967, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1995, 2000, 2005, 2017 (8)
Tulane 1998, 2022 (2)
Tulsa 1952 (1)
Utah 1948, 2004, 2008 (3)
Utah State 1961, 2012 (2)
Virginia Military 1957 (1)
Virginia Tech 1954, 1983 (2)
Western Kentucky 2015 (1)
Western Michigan 2016 (1)
West Virginia 1953, 1955 (2)
Wyoming 1949, 1950, 1956, 1959, 1966, 1967, 1987, 1988 (8)
Yale 1946, 1960, 1968, 1974, 1976, 1981 (6)

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This is the point of the season when I look at the future schedules of undefeated teams to see who has the best chance to run the table and make the playoff. When the number of such teams falls below four, I chart the one-loss teams. I limit this to ‘power’ conference teams unless a ‘Group of 5’ team is in the Top ten of either the writer, coach’s or committee’s polls. I also have two fictional bowls for the two top mid-majors, (the ‘Pesci’ Bowl, named after vertically challenged but ever-feisty character actor Joe Pesci), and the two worst teams in the country, (the Ty-D Bowl, named after the Ty-D Bol toilet bowl cleaner). For the Pesci Bowl, I’ll keep track of the undefeated Group of 5 teams until there are less than two of them. Then I look at the one-loss G5 teams. For the Ty-D Bowl, I keep track of the winless teams until there are less than two of them. Then I’ll look at the 1-win teams. Rankings are by the writers/coaches/committee- when it comes out. I’ve decided to include each team’s points “Against Ranked Teams” (ART). See that post for details on how that is computed.

After Week 14

Playoff Contenders

ALABAMA 12-1 (456-239) ranked 5/4/4 ART +107

FLORIDA STATE 13-0 (481-207) ranked: 4/3/5 ART: +92

GEORGIA 12-1 (499-216) ranked: 6/6/5 ART +170

MICHIGAN 13-0 (477-123) ranked: 1/1/1 ART: +91

OHIO STATE 11-1 (394-132) ranked: 7/7/7 ART: +64

TEXAS 12-1 (470-228) ranked: 3/4/3 ART: +109

WASHINGTON 13-0 (490-307) ranked: 2/2/2 ART: +93

So if you go by a teams record Against Ranked Teams, (as measured here, the four team playoff should be between GEORGIA, ALABAMA, TEXAS AND WASHINGTON, with two undefeated teams, #1 MICHIGAN and FLORIDA STATE being left out. Not happening. But you could make logical arguments for several groups of 4 teams. It’s a fitting year to send the 4 team playoff system into history: one that produces chaos. Could this be the work of….

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Pesci Bowl

JAMES MADISON 11-1 (422-222) ranked 24/25/UR

LIBERTY 13-0 (530-295) ranked 18/20/23

MIAMI UNIVERSITY 11-2 (350-210) unranked

SOUTHERN METHODIST 11-2 (528-226) ranked 17/19/24

TOLEDO 11-2 (437-268) unranked

TULANE 11-2 (349-246) ranked 23/24/UR ART -11

JAMES MADISON got screwed out of a conference championship and a bowl but retaining their one-loss record puts them in the Pesci Bowl against LIBERTY. Hmmm… James Madison, “The Father of the Constitution”, vs. Liberty? Maybe this IS the work of….

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Ty-D Bowl

AKRON 2-10 (195-336)

EAST CAROLINA 2-10 (208-265) ART -4

KENT STATE 1-11 (176-415)

LOUISIANA-MONROE 2-10 (208-419) ART -19

NEVADA-RENO 2-10 (208-401)

VANDERBILT 2-10 (274-434)

The 2023 Ty-D-Bowl will be between KENT STATE 1-11 (176-415) and LOUISIANA-MONROE 2-10 (208-419). The Warhawks were chosen over the other two win teams based on point differential. It’s the third Ty-D-Bowl for each.

Let’s do the playoff, the Pesci Bowl and the Ty-D-Bol using the 5-line system of comparative scores I outlined in my post “Fun with Numbers”.

The Playoff

MICHIGAN 13-0 (477-123) ranked: 1/1/1 ART: +91 vs. ALABAMA 12-1 (456-239) ranked 5/4/4 ART +107

MICHIGAN vs. ALABAMA
Michigan beat East Caolina 30-3 who lost to Tulane 10-13 who lost to Mississippi 20-37 who lost to Alabama 10-24 = +7 for Alabama
Michigan beat Nevada-Las Vegas 35-7 who beat Vanderbilt 40-37 who lost to Kentucky 28-45 who lost to Alabama 21-49 = +14 for Alabama
Michigan beat Bowling Green 31-6 who beat Georgia Tech 38-27 who lost to Georgia 23-31 who lost to Alabama 24-27 = +25 for Michigan
Michigan beat Rutgers 31-7 who beat Temple 36-7 who lost to South Florida 23-27 who lost to Alabama 3-17 = +35 for Michigan
Michigan beat Nebraska 45-7 who beat Louisiana Tech 28-14 who lost to Middle Tennessee State 23-31 who lost to Alabama 7-56 = +5 for Alabama
- 7 - 14 + 25 + 35 – 5 = +34 for Michigan /5 = 6.8 so Michigan wins by 6-7 points. I found this score: MICHIGAN 24 ALABAMA 17

WASHINGTON 13-0 (490-307) ranked: 2/2/2 ART: +93 vs. TEXAS 12-1 (470-228) ranked: 3/4/3 ART: +109
Washington beat Boise State 56-19 who lost to Central Florida 16-18 who lost to Kansas State 31-44 who lost to Texas 30-33 = +19 for Washington
Washington beat Tulsa 43-10 who lost to Oklahoma 17-66 who beat Texas 34-30 = +12 for Texas
Washington beat Michigan State 41-7 who lost to Iowa 16-26 who beat Iowa State 20-13 who lost to Texas 16-26 = +21 for Washington
Washington beat California 59-32 who lost to Auburn 10-14 who lost to Alabama 24-27 who lost to Texas 24-34 = +10 for Texas
Washington beat Oregon 36-33 who beat Texas Tech 38-30 who lost to Texas 7-57 = +39 for Texas
+19 -12 +21 -10 -39 = +21 for Texas /5 = 4.2 so Michigan wins by 4-5 points. I found this score: TEXAS 31 WASHINGTON 27.

MICHIGAN vs. TEXAS
Michigan beat Nebraska 45-7 who lost to Colorado 14-36 who beat Texas Christian 45-42 who lost to Texas 26-29 = +16 for Michigan
Michigan beat Michigan State 49-0 who lost to Washington 7-41 who, (In my semi-finals, above) lost to Texas 27-31 = +11 for Michigan
Michigan beat Penn State 24-15 who beat to West Virginia 38-15 who beat Texas Tech 20-13 who lost to Texas 7-57 = +11 for Texas
Michigan beat Iowa 26-0 who beat Iowa State 20-13 who lost to Texas 16-26 = +23 for Michigan
Michigan beat Alabama 24-17, (in my semi-final, above) who lost to Texas 24-34 = +3 for Texas
+16 +11 -11 + 23 -3 = +36 for Michigan/ 5 = 7.2 for Michigan wins between 7-8 points. I found this score: MICHIGAN 24 TEXAS 17

The Pesci Bowl

LIBERTY 13-0 (530-295) ranked 18/20/23 vs. JAMES MADISON 11-1 (422-222) ranked 24/25/UR
Liberty beat New Mexico State 33-17 (in September) who beat Auburn 31-10 who lost to Georgia 20-27 who beat Georgia Tech 31-23who beat Virginia 45-17 who lost to James Madison 35-36 = +65 for Liberty
Liberty beat Florida International 38-6 who beat North Texas State 46-39 who beat Alabama-Birmingham 45-42 who lost to Georgia Southern 35-49 who lost to James Madison 13-41 = Even
Liberty beat Western Kentucky 42-29 who lost 24-27 to Troy who lost 14-16 to James Madison = +8 for Liberty
Liberty beat Old Dominion 38-10 who lost to James Madison 27-30 = +25 for Liberty
Liberty beat Massachusetts 49-25 who lost to Connecticut 18-31 who lost to James Madison 6-44 = +27 for James Madison
+65 + Even +8 + 25 – 27 = +71 for Liberty /5 = 14.2 = Liberty wins by 14-15 points. I found this score: LIBERTY 45 JAMES MADISON 31.


The Ty-D-Bowl

KENT STATE 1-11 (176-415) vs. LOUISIANA-MONROE 2-10 (208-419)
Kent State lost to Central Florida 6-56 who lost 35-36 to Baylor who beat Texas State 42-31 who beat Louisiana-Monroe 21-20 = + 39 for Louisiana-Monroe
Kent State lost to Arkansas State 6-28 who lost to Louisiana State 31-34 who beat Georgia State 56-14 who beat (SW) Louisiana 20-17 who beat Louisiana-Monroe 52-21 = +51 for Kent State
Kent State lost to Eastern Michigan 14-28 who lost to Jacksonville State 0-21 who lost to Coastal Carolina 16-30 who lost to Georgia Southern 28-38 who beat Louisiana-Monroe 38-28 = +49 for Louisiana-Monroe
Kent State lost to 6-24 Buffalo who lost to (SW) Louisiana 38-45 who beat South Alabama 33-20 who beat Louisiana-Monroe 55-7 = +36 for Kent State
Kent State lost to Bowling Green 19-49 who lost to Liberty 24-34 who beat to Old Dominion 38-10 who beat (SW) Louisiana 38-31 who lost to Arkansas State 17-37 who beat Louisiana-Monroe 34-24 = +15 for Louisiana-Monroe
-39 +51 -49 +36 -15 = +16 for Louisiana-Monroe /5 = 3.2 so Louisiana-Monroe won by 3-4 points. I found this score to use: LOUISIANA-MONROE 34 KENT STATE 31
 

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