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@John at MrSEC @mellemellem @jasonbunger43 @JonathanGormley I already posted on this once before today but it seems to have disappeared since then, but it's clear that John at MrSEC either does not understand the fair use of statistics or he is willfully misusing them to inflate the perception of the SEC teams. Mellemellem is right; MrSEC's treatment, statistically, of games that the SEC teams lost as equal to wins is the biggest flaw of this entire article, and undermines the entire piece, turning it into nothing more than John at MrSEC's opinion that SEC teams should be perceived as the best. Given the name of the website, that isn't surprising, but it makes it no less intellectually dishonest.
Put it to you this way... using just your cherry-picked metrics and flawed methodology, and drawing it across all teams in the FBS, your "blind resume" is going to show teams with several losses looking even better than the five you listed here... that's how flawed this article is.
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This article is ridiculous as it leaves out the most important data point over the others: that the SEC lost games and the others didn't. And that you give the SEC teams credit, in the way you present these statistics, for their losses, and that you treat those losses, statistically, the same as the non-SEC teams' wins, is really the most glaring piece of dishonesty in this article.