With more than 20,000 college football scores, and more than 4,500 of them being compiled by a single college football website, the College Football Scoreboard has become a very popular tool.
However, the site is often criticized for not giving accurate results.
That was the main issue for me in the past.
The website doesn’t give you accurate score predictions, and it only gives you a list of all the players who have scored the most points over the last 20 years.
However there are some pretty amazing things that can be gleaned from the scores.
Here are 10 of my favorite things about the scoreboard.
It shows the total points scored by every player over the course of a game.
It lists all the teams that are in the top 10 percent of all college football teams over the past 20 years, and their records.
It gives a snapshot of how much money each team is making each year, as well as their adjusted win total, as a percentage of their total wins.
It provides the historical stats for each team, from the most to least effective over the 20 years of the scoring.
It offers a look at the most accurate predictions that you can make for each game, as it’s the most comprehensive.
You can filter the scoreboards by any of the stats you want.
You also can see the overall scoring by season, from years past to years to come.
It has a history of every score from the 20 most to the least effective.
You get a rundown of all teams with a winning record over the years, as they are listed in order of most to worst over that time period.
You have access to a “top 10” list of players that scored the biggest points over a given 20 year period.
You see the top 30 teams from the last decade and a half, with a brief history of their current success.
For those interested in reading more about the scoring, here are some of my other favorites.