After Alabama-Clemson's national title game, I called Dave Bartoo, known as the College Football Matrix, to ask him what he felt was the unilateral result.
Listen to this interview here.
Bartoo, who has consulted with major college football programs in the field of analytics, was not surprised when Alabama broke out against Clemson 44-16.
"It was not the talent," he said. "They had the talent, it was not the schedule, the timetable was created for them, and what they lack is quality coordinators."
Bartoo said the coordinators of Alabama ̵
"Eventually it came up to them in Game 15," said Bartoo, "Do you see the two of them, how many programs can do that? In fact, no one else can but Alabama and they could not make it (against Clemson). "
" Locksley … his career note is a D-. We're talking about 25 percent of all offensive coordinators before he accepted the Alabama job, "Bartoo said. And then you have Lupoi, who has never played theater before in his life. That's why we just gave him the grade C mark. "19659002" "There was not a single team that won a national title game in the last 15 years and started the season with both coordinators as C-Class or worse. In fact, the only team that has won a C-Class has been Auburn in their basically wonderful 2010 season. "
Talking to Bartoo was very extensive and well worth your time, we also have Oregon Ducks football that Pac-12 roadmap to a title game and more talk
Bartoo over Oregon's 2011 national title:
"They want to talk about runaways." From this century, there are two big runaways that made a national championship game Virginia Tech (vs. Florida State) …. What Virgina Tech had was quarterback # 1, Michael Vick, the next outlier was the Oregon team in 2010. It was not recruited in the top 10 and there were no NFL quarterback (Darron Thomas) … when you talk about Fairy Tale seasons … that was a great opportunity. "