|VIRGINIA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL REFERENCE||
Please send me scores from October 25, 2019 - December 31, 2019 and I'll update the 2019 ratings and put out the 2021 Preseason ratings. Please in xls,csv format, not 1 game at a time.
| VHSL-Reference Glossary
Actual Point Difference - Expected Point Difference + Team Rating = Team Game Score
Actual Point Difference = (Team Points Scored - Opponent Points Scored.)
Phoebus 2008 game ratings calculated
* Expected/Actual Point Difference is limited to 50 points.
Headline Points: See Team Headline Points
Headline Points are based on the formula below
VHSL Game Predictor
Intangible Rating See Team Intangible Ratings
A team's intangible rating reflects the team's difference in their overall rating that cannot be attributed to their Offense and Defense Rating.
Offense Rating See Team Offense Ratings
Offense Rating is a rating which applies to a teams offense only and where the stronger the offense, the higher the offense rating, or conversely, the weaker the teams offense, the lower the offense rating. The statewide average team offense rating is 50.0
O/D Ratio: See Team O/D Ratios
The O/D ratio measures the percentage of the teams total rating that can be attributed their offense and defense.
Points scored (for)
A performance-based rating system for predicting VHSL football games and rating teams.
Primary factors of the rating system are:
The average state ratings are shown for each division below.
Rating (Division Adjusted)
A division adjusted state rating.
Similar Teams (Sim Score)
VHSL-Reference has two methods of finding similar teams:
Method 1 Sim Score Factors : Rating, W, L.
Method 2 Sim Score Factors : PF, PA .
Strength of ScheduleStrength of Schedule (SOS) is a rating which applies to a teams schedule where the stronger the opponents, the higher the SOS rating,
or conversely, the weaker the opponents, the lower the SOS rating.
Strength of Schedule Differential.
Student Efficiency Rating (SER): See Student Efficiency Ratings
Student Efficiency Rating (SER) is a metric devised by VHSL-Reference to show which teams get the most football rating points from their student enrollment, basically its the team
rating points per capita.
The Student Efficiency Rating (SER) is calculated by (Rating)/ Students).
Team % of game points scored:
For example if the game score is 24-0. The winning team scored 100% of the game points scored and the losing team 0 % of Game Points Scored.