Carl Bialik, in the Wall Street Journal blog The Daily Fix, wrote last week about decisions made by coaches in bowl games this season. The article was mostly about Nick Saban’s 4th-down decisions in the BCS National Championship Game. He also referred to Idaho’s decision to go for two and the win against Bowling Green instead of going for one and the tie, and used data provided by cfbstats.com to note that teams have been successful 8 out of 14 times in situations similar to Idaho’s. Check it out.
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