Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by jkppkjjkp, Sep 24, 2016.
ESPN is the worst. I tried to load their score page for Div-1A and nothing, although the Top 25 page that initially loaded kept updating.
They also had an article. Looks like they change the name that said something along the lines of Michigan steamrolls Penn st faces first true test next week
ESPiN is trash.
There's no reason to watch that liberal network except for college football and college bball games.
WTF? They get the overall right but can't update home and away? What kind of ****ed up database do they have? We're 3-1 but 1-0 at home and 0-1 away. Pathetic.
Also no conference record. I'm guessing the overall updates first, and the CSU game is a neutral....
Home and way is overall, no excuses.
Home + Away + Neutral = Overall. That's why Cal is one game "short" too, bc they played Hawaii in Australia.
Headline writer obviously went to the "Dewey Beats Truman School of Journalism" ... a college of the University of ****braska.
That table clearly shows Overall as the heading. In a neutral site game, one is always considered home and the other away for record keeping. Their database is ****ed up.
3-1 doesn't match 1-0, 0-1. Not opinion, pure numbers.
**** espn in their sec ass!
I mean, you could, like, reason out that the results aren't parsed out to conference and home/away/neutral right away; and that neutral results just aren't shown.
Howeva, the more rational explanation probably is that the database just randomly lost track of two of CU's games, and one of Cal's and Oregon's.
In which case their database/software is ****ed up, because the result should automatically enter all of that.
Okay, I have reached the point of "whatever"
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