Big changes atop all-time wins, pct list with ND academic scandal

Submitted by Wolverine Devotee on November 30th, 2016 at 11:46 AM

Finally found time to do new calculations.

ND has plummeted in both the all-time win percentage and all-time wins list. I doubt they'll ever be in second place ever again after this.

Yes, the games happened on the field. But that still doesn't matter in these statistics. 

They should've just played school

 

Top-10 All-Time Win Percentage FBS as of 11/30/2016
Min. 1000 games

Rk. Team. Pct. Record
1. Michigan .731 935-333-36
2. Ohio State .724 886-321-53
3. Notre Dame .722 876-324-42
4. Alabama .721 876-326-43
5. Oklahoma .721 870-321-53
6. Texas .707 891-360-33
7. USC .700 822-336-54
8. Nebraska .699 889-371-40
9. Penn State .687 866-384-41
10. Tennessee .680 828-375-53

Top-10 All-Time Wins FBS as of 11/30/2016

Rk. Team. Record
1. Michigan 935-333-36
2. Texas 891-360-33
3. Nebraska 889-371-40
4. Ohio State 886-321-53
5. Notre Dame 876-324-42
  Alabama 876-326-43
7. Oklahoma 870-321-53
8. Penn State 866-384-41
9. Tennessee 828-375-53
10. USC 822-336-54

 

Comments

Ty Butterfield

November 30th, 2016 at 11:56 AM ^

They should be forced to hand out the number 3 jersey to a different player every game to celebrate their number 3 spot on the list to pay for that David Brandon like crap they tried to pull this season.

FauxMo

November 30th, 2016 at 11:59 AM ^

Anyone doing any kind of statistics correctly knows better than to use words like "never". Assuming college football doesn't get banned in the near future, literally anything could happen. But yes, this certainly sets ND way back... 

Cali's Goin' Blue

November 30th, 2016 at 12:08 PM ^

should definitely count for any player records and the stats should count for those games. The players didn't do anything wrong and were 17 and 18 when they made the worst decision of their lives in attending PSU. However, there is no reasonable way the University could argue that they deserve those wins. Such a joke. When you win off the back of a DC who people in the AD knew was molesting children is inexplicable

Perkis-Size Me

November 30th, 2016 at 1:27 PM ^

Agreed. It's like the 2010 OSU team having all of their wins taken away. You can't change what happened on the field. They still kicked the living daylights out of us and won the Sugar Bowl. Just because you put an asterisk next to it does not mean it didn't happen. 

Suppose its like a symbolic punishment or something, but what effect does it really have? Or its like taking away Paterno's wins. Did that really do anything to help ease the pain of all the children Sandusky preyed on and raped? 

In my opinion, its a lazy punishment if that's all that happens. 

The Fan in Fargo

November 30th, 2016 at 1:40 PM ^

Just to think, that young cocky prick irish fan who said the irish aren't far behind Michigan in all time wins. Arrogance blinds. By my expertise predictions though, shouldn't be too many more years before Notra dame evens out with the ohio university's destined decline. It's coming boys. They are peaking. When a school has to resort to that sort of craziness and cheat like that to win, something is fishy. There is a disturbance in the force. I also need to add this little part. People say Jim is crazy. Did anyone see how big of a dipshit Urban looked like running up and down the sideline trying to get the crowd fired up?That's a fucking lunatic. Can you imagine how Jim would've got made fun of?

Image result for Urban Meyer angry gifs

Ecky Pting

November 30th, 2016 at 2:03 PM ^

Can Michigan somehow manage to vacate the 3-9 2008 season? Maybe resurrect and trump-up the RR practice time-limit improprieties? It would kick UM up to 0.735, and we'd still have a 41 game margin ahead of UT.

Or is a team not able to vacate losses?

superstringer

November 30th, 2016 at 2:04 PM ^

You're missing Boise State!!!  If your data is up to date and accurate, they have a present winning percentage of .725 (427-161-2) -- good enough for SECOND PLACE.

End-of-2015 data here, has to be brought current:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NCAA_Division_I_FBS_football_win-loss_rec…

I'd also note, your data has us having 4 fewer wins than the Wikipedia page?  We should be at 939 wins, not 935?