Nations longest active home winning streaks...

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Oct 16, 2003
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Going in to this season, the list of active home winning streaks looked like this:

Clemson 34
Cincinnati 27
Oregon 19
Miami (OH)14
Alabama 13
Georgia 12
NC State 10
UTSA 10
Oklahoma 9
Wake Forest 9
Mississippi 9
Okla State 8

UTSA opened the season with a loss to Houston, so they are off the list. Adjusting for games played so far in 2022, the list now looks like:

Clemson 36
Cincinnati 29
Oregon 21
Miami (OH) 15
Alabama 15
Georgia 13
NC State 12
Oklahoma 11
Wake Forest 11
Mississippi 11
Okla State11

- Wake Forest hosts Clemson next week, so they could drop off the list....
- Oregon is a slight underdog later in the season to Utah.
- Mississippi hosts Alabama in November. They could drop off.
- Miami (OH) has a couple pick'em games later in the season

- Looks like Clemson, Cincinnati, Alabama, Georgia, NC State, Oklahoma, & Oklahoma State are all favored in their remaining home games this season. So we could end the year possibly in the Top-7 if we win out..
 

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#2
Going in to this season, the list of active home winning streaks looked like this:

Clemson 34
Cincinnati 27
Oregon 19
Miami (OH)14
Alabama 13
Georgia 12
NC State 10
UTSA 10
Oklahoma 9
Wake Forest 9
Mississippi 9
Okla State 8

UTSA opened the season with a loss to Houston, so they are off the list. Adjusting for games played so far in 2022, the list now looks like:

Clemson 36
Cincinnati 29
Oregon 21
Miami (OH) 15
Alabama 15
Georgia 13
NC State 12
Oklahoma 11
Wake Forest 11
Mississippi 11
Okla State11

- Wake Forest hosts Clemson next week, so they could drop off the list....
- Oregon is a slight underdog later in the season to Utah.
- Mississippi hosts Alabama in November. They could drop off.
- Miami (OH) has a couple pick'em games later in the season

- Looks like Clemson, Cincinnati, Alabama, Georgia, NC State, Oklahoma, & Oklahoma State are all favored in their remaining home games this season. So we could end the year possibly in the Top-7 if we win out..
We gonna knock the zips off the list.
 
Oct 16, 2003
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Oklahoma and Wake Forest were losers at home yesterday. So we move up...

1 Clemson - 36
2 Cincinnati - 30
3 Oregon - 21
4 Alabama - 16
5 Miami (OH) - 15
6 Georgia - 14
7 NC State - 13
8 Mississippi - 12
9 Okla State - 11