Way Too Early Correct 2011 BCS National Champion Prediction

Congratulations to the 2010 national champion Auburn War Eagle Tigers.  ‘Nuff said.

Now that it’s decided, it’s time to determine who the 2011 narional champ will be.  I’ve got it figured out.  The coming analysis is flawless as long as you accept the following: nothing that happened further in the past than 5 years ago is relevant.  Good, I’m glad we agree on this. 

First, the last five national champions have hailed from the Southeastern Conference, but none have been back-to-back.  Therefore, the 2011 champ will also be an SEC team, but not Auburn.

Second, check out the winning head coaches and their tenures at the respective championship school:

2006 National Champ Florida Gators – Urban Meyer (2nd year at UF)
2007 National Champ LSU Tigers – Les Miles (3rd year at LSU)
2008 National Champ Florida Gators – Urban Meyer (4th year at UF)
2009 National Champ Bammer Tide - Nick Saban (3rd year at Bammer)
2010 National Champ Auburn War Eagle Tigers – Gene Chizik (2nd year at Auburn)

Obviously, this information leads us to believe two things: 1) the school has to be relevant, and 2) the coach cannot have been at said school for longer than four seasons nor less than two seasons.

Now, we can look at each SEC school and consider its relevance and coach’s tenure as of next season:

So, using the truths, facts, and stats, as stated above, we come to one conclusion and only one conclusion – your 2011 BCS National Champion will be the University of Tennessee Volunteers.

Congratulations, Vols!

28 thoughts on “Way Too Early Correct 2011 BCS National Champion Prediction

  1. Too bad they’re going to be too busy robbing convenience stores and getting into bar fights to give a shit about the season.

    /Fuck Tennessee

  2. Uh oh Sparty

    Hoke: “the lifeboood of your recruiting has to be in the Midwest and it has to be in the state of Michigan”

    Looks like he’s not going to turn his back on recruits from the state like Rich Rod

  3. Too bad they’re going to be too busy robbing convenience stores and getting into bar fights to give a shit about the season.

    nah, the convenience store was two seasons ago and the bar brawl was last season…we’ll find something more creative this coming year.

    either way, using history, statistics, facts, trends, and science, Tennessee is the only possibility for the 2011 national champs. deal with it.

  4. Miz, I thought Notre Dame was going to be National Champion because they consistently have the easiest schedule in the history of EVAR!

  5. CBH they fit they relevant and coaching qualifications but miss out on playing in the SEC

  6. I think Florida Atlantic gets hot during playoff time and pulls off 4 straight upsets to win the title.

  7. This graph seems flawed.

    that’s what happens when you leave a dumb redneck to your math

  8. the facts don’t lie. they’re up there. resist if you’d like…just know it’s futile.

    Where do they rank on a scale of Notre Dame to Michigan?

  9. Where do they rank on a scale of Notre Dame to Michigan?

    if you’re hearing something about Notre Dame moving from Indiana to Michigan, please send us a link or take our quick class on becoming an authorized TVF source.

  10. nah, the convenience store was two seasons ago and the bar brawl was last season…we’ll find something more creative this coming year.

    If you’re a college football player, rape is the new black.

    /not a racist comment

  11. Does that graph make any sense to anyone here?
    …if you trangulate the amountof years a team has played, dive it by the number of coaches. Use the negative square root of the current coaches tenure then divide by the amount of losses last season after winning through 2 quarters…Michigan will go undefeated…

  12. …if you trangulate the amountof years a team has played, dive it by the number of coaches. Use the negative square root of the current coaches tenure then divide by the amount of losses last season after winning through 2 quarters…Michigan will go undefeated the result is the quarterback rating

    fixed

  13. I can assure you that the table up there is correct.

    Other than not being able to spell Petrino.

  14. Nobody else picked up on the fact that miz thinks Jawjuh is irrelevant? Priceless.

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