So I was bored and decided to make a little script that would basically calculate Cal's success and and failures in the Tedford era.
Thus I have two tables below that show Cal's W-L record against all the teams it has played since 2002 and another table showing Cal's W-L record in eachy city Cal has played in since 2002.
The tables are color coded from blue to red with blue representing good (100% WR %age) and red representing bad (0% of games were won). Last item is an image of the map of US with circles centered
around the cities Cal has played in colored from blue to red. It's the same thing as the 2nd table except shown graphically.
It would be interesting now to perhaps overlay the location information with recruiting information to see how much of a correlation success in an area has to do with recruits.
Or we could overlay with another team's record to see something.
Interesting information that can be gleamed is that we have quite a bit of one-off games played in the Tedford era. What's that about? Also the high concentration of red in SoCal is concerning...
Don't make fun of my scripting skillz (or lack thereof) :p
|New Mexico State||3||0|
|Las Cruces NM||1||0|
|Colorado Springs CO||1||0|
|Las Vegas CA||1||0|
|East Lansing MI||1||0|
|Fort Worth TX||1||0|
|Fort Collins CO||1||0|
|Palo Alto CA||2||1|
|San Diego CA||1||1|
|Los Angeles CA||0||3|
|Salt Lake City UT||0||1|
|Kansas City MO||0||1|