- 90% have Watchability ratings below 63.7
- 10% have Watchability ratings above 63.7.
In week 1 there were 5 "90th percentile" games, games with Watchability higher than 63.7, and in weeks 2-5 there were 3, 1, 2, and 4 such games respectively.
What about this week? This week there are 10 such games. 10! That's more than any other week in the regular season! Let's look at those 10:
- I've updated the both the Team Dashboard and the Expanded Dashboard through week 5.
- Go check out Michigan, Penn State, and Pittsburgh, they all look hideously depressing
- In each and every game this season the following teams have performed worse than my model expected: Florida State, North Carolina, Utah State, Southern Methodist, UNLV, Kent State. The graphs for each of these teams go down down down down.
- Week 6 Watchability Schedule is below
- Watchability is a measure of how likely a game is to be a close, well-played game
- What a great week. Thursday night, Friday night, Saturday morning, afternoon and evening, there's always an interesting game to watch.
- This post has way more detail on everything. Quick refresh:
- Watchability is a combination measure of how good the two teams playing are and how likely the game is to be close
- Teams are shaded by their chance to win, the greener the better
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