The greatest college football predictive point spread index in the known universe. And the only one with variable pricing – we beat the spread, and we stake our company on it.
Our recent results cover the past four years of college football. The goal was to create an analytical tool for smart college football fans (and to make our parents proud of us, of course). We set out to beat the 52.4% mark — traditionally the Mendoza line for long-term success against the spread. Our Faniversity Index hit 53.8% in 2010, 54.6% in 2011 and a totally bitchin’ 59.5% in 2012, bringing our three-year Index to a solid 55.9% — until the 2013 season arrived, and we hit … 61.2%. Dude.
That’s 61.2% for the entire 2013 season … over 138 games, basically ten games a week for the entire year. It raised our four-year index average to 57.2% ... and our egos to incalculable levels.
The Season Subscription gives you complete access to every paid issue of the Faniversity Digest (which includes the Faniversity Index). The first seven issues are free to everyone, but the last seven issues (Weeks 8–14) are available only to subscribers.
The Weekly Subscription gives you access to the current issue of the Faniversity Digest (which includes the Faniversity Index). However, it comes with a catch: Each week that the Index successfully predicts more than 52.4% of the outcomes, there will be a $10 increase in the weekly price. Each week that the Index predicts less than 52.4% of the outcomes, there will be a $10 decrease in the weekly price.