One Mind-Blowing Stat Shows How Much Alabama And Ohio State Dominate At Football

David Hookstead | Reporter

Alabama and Ohio State have a sickening point differential against their opponents since the start of the college football playoff era in 2014.

CBS Sports’ Tom Fornelli recently tweeted out the teams with the biggest point differentials. The top ten are below:

  1. Alabama: 1,297
  2. Ohio State: 1,231
  3. Clemson: 1,030
  4. Oklahoma: 865
  5. Washington: 829
  6. Wisconsin: 820
  7. TCU: 793
  8. Boise State: 697
  9. Memphis: 685
  10. Georgia: 682

I can’t stress enough how impressive the distance between the field, OSU and Alabama is. It’s huge. Alabama has played 58 games in that time period, which means their average margin of victory is more than 22 points. In the past four years, they average beating teams by more than three touchdowns. That’s insane! (RELATEDSEC FANS DON’T LIKE TO USE FACTS WHEN DISCUSSING COLLEGE FOOTBALL)

In the same period of time, Ohio State has also averaged winning their last 55 games by more than 22 points per game. It’s a bloodbath on average when the Crimson Tide and Ohio State take the field. It’s borderline sickening. (RELATED: THE COLLEGE FOOTBALL WORLD SHOULD FEAR WISCONSIN FOR ONE SIMPLE REASON)

Well, we’re getting closer every day, and I can’t wait to see how it all shakes out. You’re a fool if you’re sleeping on the Big Ten this year. They’re going to be dirty as a conference.

P.S. The Badgers average margin of victory is 15 points. Not too shabby at all for a team that gets next to no respect.

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