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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Running up the score and the Jenkins coefficient

Without getting into the technical details, the Jenkins Coefficient measures whether or not a team scores more (+ value) or less (- value) when they have a big lead. Only 78 teams have had enough plays with a big lead to qualify for a Jenkins coefficient. 

Five teams have scored at a higher rate when their lead gets large. East Carolina has been this season's worst offender. At the other end, Utah State significantly reduces its scoring with a lead.

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