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Cascade Comeback Claims 4A Title

| November 28,2015

Cascade Comeback Claims 4A Title

  Early Scappoose Lead Slips Away   Hillsboro - Cascade overcame a 2 touchdown first quarter deficit, and a 1 score deficit at halftime, to pull away for a 37-28 win over Scappoose in the OSAA 4A State Championship Saturday at Hillsboro Stadium.   The game came down to a question of whether 'Poose could...

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Central Builds Big Lead, Holds Off Hillsboro

| November 7,2015

  Panthers Advance As Spartans Self Destruct   Monmouth - Mid-Willamette champion Central ran off 40 consecutive points, and then withstood a Hillsboro outburst of 21 points in less than 2 minutes, including back to back touchdown passes 10 seconds apart, to take a 46-28 win Friday night in the OSAA 5A Playoffs.   The...

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2015 Premature Playoff Predictions, Week 8

Jeff Drumm | October 29,2015

Hi. I'm Jeff. I do spreadsheets. Not for a living, or anything, but...well, I just do.   With 1 week left in the regular season, I'm back to make a stab at the following question:  So, where we playing in the playoffs?   Here's what I did.   I used the website www.calpreps.com to semi-educatedly guess...

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What is the SOS Rating?

The strength of schedule (SOS) rating is very closely related to the RPI rating.  This will explain just how close.

The SOS rating is a weighted calculation that combines 2/3 of your opponents' winning percentage and 1/3 of your opponents' opponents' winning percentage.  For the RPI calculation, you use this same 2-to-1 ratio and combine it with a team's actual record against their opponents.  The final RPI ratio is 1 part your team's record, 2 parts your opponents' record, and 1 part your opponents' opponents' record.

Essentially, the SOS rating determines how strong your opponents are and the RPI rating factors in how you fared against those opponents.  For details on how to calculate these figures, see the article that explains the RPI ratings page.

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