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Joe Eitel Rankings
Does anyone know the formula he uses to figure out Level 1, Level 2 points and the L2 Divisor?
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From OHSAA
COLUMBUS, Ohio  While selection to the Ohio High School Athletic Association's football tournament is still based on a computer ranking system, a change in the awarding of second level points has occurred this season.
As a direct request from the Ohio High School Football Coaches Association Tournament Committee, and approved by the OHSAA Board of Control, a new divisor is used to determine second level points that is based on the number of games that opponents have played to date. For each open date that an opponent has had to date, a smaller divisor is used to calculate second level points.
Before any games are played, the computer assumes that the opponents on each school's schedule will play a full complement of games and assigns the divisor of 100 (10 weeks times 10 opponents = 100). After each week of the season, for each open date that occurs for an opponent that a school has played to date, the computer subtracts the divisor by one. In other words, if week five has just been completed and all five of a school's opponents have played a full complement of games, then the divisor remains at 100, and second level points are divided by 100. If one opponent on a school's schedule to date has had an open date, then the divisor reduces by one to 99, and second level points are divided by 99. If two opponents on a school's schedule to date have had an open date, then the divisor reduces by two to 98, and second level points are divided by 98, and so on. The second level points are then multiplied by the factor 10 in order to move the decimal point higher so that the averages are comparable to those in past years. First and second level point averages are then added together for an average total.
The following is an example of how the points are awarded and how to read the OHSAA Computer Rankings:
KEY
Wins over a Division I school  6.0 points
Wins over a Division II school  5.5 points
Wins over a Division III school  5.0 points
Wins over a Division IV school  4.5 points
Wins over a Division V school  4.0 points
Wins over a Division VI school  3.5 points
COMPUTER RANKINGS EXAMPLE
* Team A, a Division III school, is 30.
* Each opponent Team A has defeated is Division III.
* Opponents 1 and 2, which Team A has defeated, are each 21, with their victories coming over Division III schools.
* Opponent 3, which Team A has defeated, is 11, with its victory coming over a Division III school. Opponent 3 has had one open date.
First level points  15.0 points {3 wins times 5.0 points (for defeating Division III opponents)} divided by 3 (the number of games Team A has played thus far) = 5.0000 first level points.
Second level points  10.0 from Opponent 1 {2 wins times 5.0 (for defeating Division III opponents)}, 10.0 from Opponent 2 {2 wins times 5.0 (for defeating Division III opponents)} and 5.0 from Opponent 3 {1 win times 5.0 (for defeating a Division III opponent)} for 25.0 points. These 25 points are then divided by 99 (since Opponent 3 thus far has had an open date) and multiplied by 10 = 2.5253 second level points.
Total Points: 5.0000 (first level points) plus 2.5253 (second level points) = 7.5253
NOTE: Say during week four, Opponent 1 has an open date. Then the second level points divisor for Team A after week four becomes 98, since Opponent 3 has had one open date and now Opponent 1 has had one open date.
HOW TO READ YOUR OHSAA COMPUTER RANKINGS
LEVEL1 LEVEL2 AVERAGE RANK CITY HIGH SCHOOL NAME
15.0000 25.0000 7.5253 1 ATOWN TEAM A
* To find out what the first level average is, divide the 15 points by the number of games Team A has played to date (15 divided by 3 = 5.0000)
* Next, subtract the 5.0000 from the total average of 7.5253. This number (2.5253) shows what the second level average is.
* So, 5.0000 first level points plus 2.5253 second level points = 7.5253 total points.
* To find out what divisor was used to determine second level points, divide the total level2 points (25.0000) by the second level average (2.5253). So, 25.0000 divided by 2.5253 = 9.8998138. This means the divisor used was 99, which shows that one of Team A’s opponents has had an open date.
NOTE
Please keep in mind that forfeitures of games, cancellations of games and the filling of open dates all greatly impact the rankings from week to week. In addition, results reported to the OHSAA are occasionally reversed. These are corrected once accurate information is relayed to the OHSAA.
 OHSAA 
COLUMBUS, Ohio  While selection to the Ohio High School Athletic Association's football tournament is still based on a computer ranking system, a change in the awarding of second level points has occurred this season.
As a direct request from the Ohio High School Football Coaches Association Tournament Committee, and approved by the OHSAA Board of Control, a new divisor is used to determine second level points that is based on the number of games that opponents have played to date. For each open date that an opponent has had to date, a smaller divisor is used to calculate second level points.
Before any games are played, the computer assumes that the opponents on each school's schedule will play a full complement of games and assigns the divisor of 100 (10 weeks times 10 opponents = 100). After each week of the season, for each open date that occurs for an opponent that a school has played to date, the computer subtracts the divisor by one. In other words, if week five has just been completed and all five of a school's opponents have played a full complement of games, then the divisor remains at 100, and second level points are divided by 100. If one opponent on a school's schedule to date has had an open date, then the divisor reduces by one to 99, and second level points are divided by 99. If two opponents on a school's schedule to date have had an open date, then the divisor reduces by two to 98, and second level points are divided by 98, and so on. The second level points are then multiplied by the factor 10 in order to move the decimal point higher so that the averages are comparable to those in past years. First and second level point averages are then added together for an average total.
The following is an example of how the points are awarded and how to read the OHSAA Computer Rankings:
KEY
Wins over a Division I school  6.0 points
Wins over a Division II school  5.5 points
Wins over a Division III school  5.0 points
Wins over a Division IV school  4.5 points
Wins over a Division V school  4.0 points
Wins over a Division VI school  3.5 points
COMPUTER RANKINGS EXAMPLE
* Team A, a Division III school, is 30.
* Each opponent Team A has defeated is Division III.
* Opponents 1 and 2, which Team A has defeated, are each 21, with their victories coming over Division III schools.
* Opponent 3, which Team A has defeated, is 11, with its victory coming over a Division III school. Opponent 3 has had one open date.
First level points  15.0 points {3 wins times 5.0 points (for defeating Division III opponents)} divided by 3 (the number of games Team A has played thus far) = 5.0000 first level points.
Second level points  10.0 from Opponent 1 {2 wins times 5.0 (for defeating Division III opponents)}, 10.0 from Opponent 2 {2 wins times 5.0 (for defeating Division III opponents)} and 5.0 from Opponent 3 {1 win times 5.0 (for defeating a Division III opponent)} for 25.0 points. These 25 points are then divided by 99 (since Opponent 3 thus far has had an open date) and multiplied by 10 = 2.5253 second level points.
Total Points: 5.0000 (first level points) plus 2.5253 (second level points) = 7.5253
NOTE: Say during week four, Opponent 1 has an open date. Then the second level points divisor for Team A after week four becomes 98, since Opponent 3 has had one open date and now Opponent 1 has had one open date.
HOW TO READ YOUR OHSAA COMPUTER RANKINGS
LEVEL1 LEVEL2 AVERAGE RANK CITY HIGH SCHOOL NAME
15.0000 25.0000 7.5253 1 ATOWN TEAM A
* To find out what the first level average is, divide the 15 points by the number of games Team A has played to date (15 divided by 3 = 5.0000)
* Next, subtract the 5.0000 from the total average of 7.5253. This number (2.5253) shows what the second level average is.
* So, 5.0000 first level points plus 2.5253 second level points = 7.5253 total points.
* To find out what divisor was used to determine second level points, divide the total level2 points (25.0000) by the second level average (2.5253). So, 25.0000 divided by 2.5253 = 9.8998138. This means the divisor used was 99, which shows that one of Team A’s opponents has had an open date.
NOTE
Please keep in mind that forfeitures of games, cancellations of games and the filling of open dates all greatly impact the rankings from week to week. In addition, results reported to the OHSAA are occasionally reversed. These are corrected once accurate information is relayed to the OHSAA.
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Thanks..........
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Schenk do you work for NASA?

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Joe eitel was wrong with last weeks ranking. Ironton was 8th ans Westfall was 9th. or at least thats what they said on WKKJ tonight
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mstangmom wrote:Joe eitel was wrong with last weeks ranking. Ironton was 8th ans Westfall was 9th. or at least thats what they said on WKKJ tonight
RAT095R OHSAA COMPUTER RANKINGS DATE: 9/30/08
WEEK 6 OF 10 DIVISION  IV REGION  15
LEVEL1 LEVEL2 AVERAGE RANK CITY HIGH SCHOOL NAME W L
22.5000 60.5000 9.9230 1 MARTINS FERRY MARTINS FERRY 5 1
28.0000 42.5000 8.9166 2 NEW LEXINGTON NEW LEXINGTON 6 0
23.0000 49.5000 8.7833 3 BELMONT UNION LOCAL 5 1
20.0000 53.0000 8.7413 4 GALLIPOLIS GALLIA ACADEMY 4 2
18.5000 44.0000 8.4310 5 COLUMBUS BISHOP HARTLEY 4 1
20.0000 49.5000 8.3843 6 ST CLAIRSVILLE ST CLAIRSVILLE 4 2
21.0000 46.5000 8.1500 7 PATASKALA LICKING HEIGHTS 5 1
15.5000 47.0000 7.4783 8 IRONTON IRONTON 3 3
17.5000 44.0000 7.3166 9 WILLIAMSPORT WESTFALL 4 2
18.0000 33.5000 6.3830 10 POMEROY MEIGS 4 2
13.5000 34.5000 5.7700 11 SOUTH POINT SOUTH POINT 3 3
16.5000 29.5000 5.7000 12 UTICA UTICA 4 2
13.5000 28.5000 5.1580 13 BELLAIRE BELLAIRE 3 3
14.0000 28.0000 5.1333 14 AMANDA AMANDACLEARCREEK 3 3
14.0000 26.5000 4.9833 15 WAVERLY WAVERLY 3 3
13.0000 22.0000 4.3666 16 PIKETON PIKETON 3 3
12.0000 23.5000 4.3500 17 Albany ALEXANDER 3 3
13.0000 17.5000 3.9166 18 CHILLICOTHE ZANE TRACE 3 3
10.0000 14.0000 3.0666 19 CARROLL BLOOMCARROLL 2 4
7.0000 17.5000 2.9166 20 CHESHIRE RIVER VALLEY 2 4
8.0000 15.5000 2.8833 21 BYESVILLE MEADOWBROOK 2 4
9.0000 13.0000 2.8000 22 WELLSTON WELLSTON 2 4
4.5000 13.5000 2.1000 23 PORTSMOUTH PORTSMOUTH 1 5
10.0000 0.0000 1.6666 24 ZANESVILLE WEST MUSKINGUM 2 4
4.5000 0.0000 0.9000 25 PROCTORVILLE FAIRLAND 1 4
3.5000 0.0000 0.5833 26 MC DERMOTT NORTHWEST 1 5
0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 27 ZANESVILLE MAYSVILLE 0 6
0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 IRONTON ROCK HILL 0 6
0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 CHILLICOTHE UNIOTO 0 6

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doesn't matter now, Joe is never wrong that much and both Ironton and Westfall made a BIG jump in the rankings last night/
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mstangmom wrote:doesn't matter now, Joe is never wrong that much and both Ironton and Westfall made a BIG jump in the rankings last night/
Looks like Joe Eitel fixed the discrepency between his sight and OHSAA.

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I predict Ironton will be hosting a first round playoff game if they can beat Nelsonville York at NY. NY will be 71 going into that game and will give Ironton a ton of points.
I don't see ironton having any trouble with Ptown or Warren either.
I don't see ironton having any trouble with Ptown or Warren either.

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Not to be looking past Portsmouth but you are right NY will be a huge point cow"IF" we can beat them.
First things first......Go Tigers beat Portsmouth!
First things first......Go Tigers beat Portsmouth!

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ItownHosscat wrote:Not to be looking past Portsmouth but you are right NY will be a huge point cow"IF" we can beat them.
First things first......Go Tigers beat Portsmouth!
I root for the Buckeyes since they are local, but I'll be surprised if they can stay within three touchdowns of the Fighting Tigers.
Ironton should roll into the playoffs at 73.
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i'd like to see ny win. but, i'm going with our league team.
itown is too many for the buckeyes.
itown is too many for the buckeyes.
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LoganLocos wrote:ItownHosscat wrote:Not to be looking past Portsmouth but you are right NY will be a huge point cow"IF" we can beat them.
First things first......Go Tigers beat Portsmouth!
I root for the Buckeyes since they are local, but I'll be surprised if they can stay within three touchdowns of the Fighting Tigers.
Ironton should roll into the playoffs at 73.
I would not be so quick to blow off D5 region 19 teams,ask the tiggers week one
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