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Jan 11 2021 NCAA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

Post by SteveS » Fri Jul 31, 2020 4:28 am

The authorities are saying there will be a college football season, I still have my doubts. Anyway, Vegas has Ohio State and Clemson the favorites to win, each at +250. Not the right odds for me to make a bet now. But, if Ohio St makes it to the Championship game, very high % Ohio St wins their game no matter who they play. If Clemson makes it to championship game, very high % they lose their game no matter who they play. If Ohio St and Clemson both make it to the championship game, even higher % Ohio St wins and Clemson loses. I will wait until possible game time to write up the Sidereal Mundane Astrology factors according to Jim's 50 Super Bowls Report.

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Re: Jan 11 2021 NCAA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

Post by SteveS » Sun Dec 20, 2020 11:21 pm

The NCAA Football schedule is set. Ohio State and Clemson made the 4 team playoff, but it will be impossible for em to meet in the Championship game. Here are the 4 seeded teams with their early betting odds to win the Championship (Caesar's Palace):

1: Alabama - 200 (the clear Vegas favorite)
2: Clemson +375
3: Ohio State + 600
4: Notre Dame + 2000

The Semifinal's (Jan 1) match-ups with their betting lines:

Notre Dame vs Alabama (Bama a 20 point favorite)
Ohio State vs Clemson (Clemson a 7.5 pint favorite)

If Clemson makes the final championship game Jan 11, the Sidereal Mundane Astrology for Clemson, South Carolina indicates high % Clemson loses the championship game. Clemson South Carolina 2020 malefic Capsolar alone indicates a loss for the Clemson, South Carolina fans in a possible championship game.

There is something very unusual happening with this year's Alabama team (Tuscaloosa Alabama), but only the avid Bama fan would understand. Tuscaloosa is known simply as "T-Town" to its fans, and this Town has already produced a Legend with Bama's past Coach "Bear" Bryant who won 6 National Championships. If Bama wins this years Championship, Coach Nick Saban will win his 7th National Championship becoming another Legend tied into T-Town. I wish I had the AA charts of Bear Bryant and Nick Saban, for these two men along have channeled favor from the football 'gods' into "T-Town."

This year's Bama team is breaking all time offensive records putting the fans of T-Town in awe. There is no doubt in my mind T-Town is vibrating to the natural law of its 2020 Libsolar, with its 'outstanding incident' Mars-Jupiter partile 90. On Jan 11 (Championship Day), T-Town's LibQ (Daily Chart) produces potent angular Jupiter-Pluto symbolism on Jan 11, app end of game 11:15 PM CST. As Donald Bradley taught us Siderealists, Pluto is the planet of miracles and among some Siderealists---Jupiter-Pluto combo's are known for 'Incredible Luck.' This championship game will peak my interest if Bama wins in miracle fashion with maybe some type of incredible lucky play. On the other hand, if Clemson is matched against Bama in the Championship game, Clemson South Carolina's LibQ features potent Sun-Saturn angular symbolism. Combine Clemson's 2021 malefic Capsolar with its malefic Sun-Saturn LibQ chart indicates high probability Clemson loses a possible championship game. I will later post betting odds for the championship game.

Covid is still an X factor for the players/coaches/games.

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Re: Jan 11 2021 NCAA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

Post by Jupiter Sets at Dawn » Mon Dec 21, 2020 8:38 am

SteveS wrote:
Sun Dec 20, 2020 11:21 pm
Ohio State vs Clemson (Clemson a 7.5 pint favorite)
Beer? New drinking game. :D

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Post by SteveS » Mon Dec 21, 2020 9:13 am

:D Clemson a 7.5 point favorite instead of 'pint' favorite.

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Post by Jupiter Sets at Dawn » Mon Dec 21, 2020 9:31 am

Naw. Every OH state fan has to drink 7.5 pints to every pint a Clemson fan drinks.
Or vice versa.
That actually doesn't sound like fun in the living room round the big screen. Sounds like a frat party.

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Re: Jan 11 2021 NCAA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

Post by SteveS » Mon Dec 21, 2020 10:05 am

:) I hear you JSAD. I don't care how much beer is consumed for the fans of these teams. Being a Bama fan, I want to see Bama vs Clemson in the Championship game because of Clemson's malefic SMA symbolism.

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Re: Jan 11 2021 NCAA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

Post by SteveS » Sat Jan 02, 2021 5:18 am

Ohio State vs Alabama for the Championship Jan 11, app end of game 11:00 PM CST.

Alabama -7.5 point favorite; Ohio State +235 Money Line. The CapQ's for this game favors Ohio St winning this championship with high probability. The betting odds for this game presents great betting value for Ohio State. Because of Covid X factor, I will wait to game day before I make my wagers in case this game is postpone to another CapQ date. I will write-up the astrological factors on game day.

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Re: Jan 11 2021 NCAA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

Post by SteveS » Sun Jan 03, 2021 8:48 am

Jim writes from his 50 Super Bowl Report pertaining specifically to rules/guidelines for Sidereal Mundane Astrology with Super Bowl Championship games:
Contacts to the quotidian progressed angles (CapQ) of the Capsolar are the single best timing device for major mundane events.
There is going to be a major “mundane event” on Jan 11 for the fans of Tuscaloosa Alabama and Columbus Ohio, the 2021 Championship game for College Football.

Quotidian angles of a Capsolar (CapQ) progress app 1 degree per day. On Championship Day Jan 11, app end of game 11:59 PM EST, the Zenith (auxiliary angle) of Columbus, Ohio (Home of Ohio State University) is 10,10 Capricorn. It just so happens at this time there is a transiting partile conjunction of Mercury-Jupiter in the heavens, respectively at 11,01 Capricorn and 10,20 Capricorn. This means for the entire time of the championship game on Jan 11, a partile conjunction of Mercury-Jupiter is partile conjunct Columbus Ohio CapQ Zenith. I read this transiting partile Mercury-Jupiter conjunction partile conjunct Columbus Ohio CapQ Zenith for the fans of Columbus Ohio as at least abundant celebratory/joyful (Jupiter) news/communications (Mercury)!

Also, very important: When we look a Columbus Ohio 2020 Capsolar we see a Capsolar Asc of 12,45 Aries. Transiting factors on Jan 11 2021 are: Uranus 11,41 Aries and Mercury –Jupiter tightly square Uranus and Columbus Ohio Capsolar Asc. This is most benefic for the location for Columbus Ohio!!

Now, lets us look at the same Jan 11 2021 CapQ for Tuscaloosa Alabama.

First, the auxiliary angle of the Zenith in Tuscaloosa Alabama is 0,15 Capricorn, so the partile transiting Mercury-Jupiter conjunction is nowhere within a potent orb for any of Tuscaloosa’s angles, primary or auxiliary. In fact: There is a most malefic configuration of a progressed CapQ triple conjunction of Sun-Saturn-Pluto within close class 1 orbs squaring Tuscaloosa’s Jan 11 CapQ Asc. This clearly offers high % the fans of Tuscaloosa suffer a loss in this championship game.
So, we have here with the CapQ Charts (daily charts) symbolizing benefic influences for the fans of Columbus Ohio, and symbolizing malefic influences for the fans of Tuscaloosa Alabama. But remember: Jim’s 50 Super Bowls analyzes with Sidereal Mundane Astrology statistically proves out 80% accuracy, so there are no 100 % guarantees for anything for any system of astrology.

If this championship game is postpone because of Covid---the above Sidereal Mundane Astrology can't be used for CapQ Charts are Daily Charts.

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Re: Jan 11 2021 NCAA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

Post by parsfortuna » Mon Jan 04, 2021 4:37 pm

Looks great Steve!

Though Ohio St v Clemson was the semifinals on Jan 01 and not as "important" as the finals, I went with Ohio St +7.5 as transiting Sun was on the Ohio St progressed CapSolar and just passing conjunction with Jupiter, as well as midpoint Jup-POF in the CapSolar. With Clemson's negative items still within window, and other methods indicating a good value on Ohio St + a touchdown, it appeared a smart bet.

Looks like solid chances from the stellar audience for Ohio St to win as a 7 to 8 pt underdog for the 2nd game in a row.
We'll take 75-80% probability all day long 8-)

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Re: Jan 11 2021 NCAA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

Post by SteveS » Tue Jan 05, 2021 12:45 am

Parsfortuna wrote:
Though Ohio St v Clemson was the semifinals on Jan 01 and not as "important" as the finals, I went with Ohio St +7.5 as transiting Sun was on the Ohio St progressed CapSolar and just passing conjunction with Jupiter, as well as midpoint Jup-POF in the CapSolar. With Clemson's negative items still within window, and other methods indicating a good value on Ohio St + a touchdown, it appeared a smart bet.
Great observation Parsfortuna! Please post in the future any more of your observations or opinions.

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Looks like solid chances from the stellar audience for Ohio St to win as a 7 to 8 pt underdog for the 2nd game in a row.
We'll take 75-80% probability all day long 8-)
Exactly, “all day long”!!! :)

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Re: Jan 11 2021 NCAA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

Post by SteveS » Mon Jan 11, 2021 1:36 pm

Alabama (Tuscaloosa) is a 9 point favorite in tonight's NCAA Football Championship vs Ohio State (Columbus, Ohio). There is a partile conjunction of Mercury-Jupiter on Columbus, Ohio CapQ Zenith. I am betting 50 $ on Ohio State +9 and another 50 $ on Ohio State's Money Line at +260. It would not bother me at all if I lost my bets, for this would mean another National Championship for Alabama. But, I must lay my $ where Sidereal Mundane Astrology (SMA) leads me with my analysis of the stack of SMA charts, and the CapQ charts are one of the two best charts for analysis with high %. My best chance for Bama winning is with Tuscaloosa's Libsolar and LibQ charts for tonight's game (par-excellent benefic charts).

So far as reported by sports media, 78 % of $ wagered on this game is on Bama. And, not many sports experts are giving Ohio State much of a chance to win this game. Lets see if the partile conjunction of Mercury-Jupiter for Cleveland Ohio (Cleveland Browns) on their CapQ Zenith last night produces the same result for Columbus Ohio (Ohio State) tonight with their Mercury-Jupiter conjunction on their CapQ Zenith. Time as always will soon tell. :)

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Re: Jan 11 2021 NCAA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

Post by SteveS » Tue Jan 12, 2021 8:29 am

Bama 52 Ohio State 24. My SMA betting analysis failed but my home team won another National Championship. :)

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Re: Jan 11 2021 NCAA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

Post by parsfortuna » Tue Jan 12, 2021 3:25 pm

Congrats on your team close to your heart Steve.

However, ooof. This was a fail for our interpretation of the system; let's speak a bit more about it.
The partile aspect and Jup near the angle was supposed to be quite a superior advantage.
Yet this game was a blowout for Alabama.

Clearly ++ charts for one team facing another with -- charts is the ideal setup.
But here we had a ++ for Ohio St compared to another using the CapSolar and CapQ. It missed the mark.

Alabama's LibSolar was excellent and somehow dominated over the more relevant CapQ.
I expected a close game at the very least. Thoughts?

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Re: Jan 11 2021 NCAA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Jan 12, 2021 6:35 pm

As an audit of sorts, please provide the date and time of game's end and the location of the two team cities and I'll double check this to see if I'd have predicted the same thing.
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The partile aspect and Jup near the angle was supposed to be quite a superior advantage.
I won't know until I work it up, but an important thing to remember is that "Jupiter means victory" is a secondary rule. The first rule is that "Saturn means loss," and any key presence of it determines a game no matter how many Jupiters are around. (Predict the loser, not the winner.) If there is no Saturn for a team then, yes, Jupiter means winner.
Clearly ++ charts for one team facing another with -- charts is the ideal setup.
Yes, it seems so.
Alabama's LibSolar was excellent and somehow dominated over the more relevant CapQ.
I won't know if I agree until I work up the charts but, normally, yes, the Quarter chart has to be taken into consideration. This came out in the Super Bowl study for those years when the Super Bowl occurred before a new Capsolar so that it was in the Libsolar quarter. It wasn't a stronger factor, but it was a significant factor.

Anyway, give me the date and approximate time of game ending and the cities of the two teams and I'll take a look.
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Re: Jan 11 2021 NCAA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Jan 12, 2021 6:53 pm

Looks like I found it. January 11, 2021, time unknown (will use 10 PM EST)

Tuscaloosa, AL vs. ... can't find location of OSU

So, if this is correct, I just need the city to use for Ohio.
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Re: Jan 11 2021 NCAA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

Post by parsfortuna » Tue Jan 12, 2021 8:28 pm

Hi Jim,
OSU is in Columbus, OH.
The game ended closer to 11:30pm ET in Miami Gardens, FL.

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Re: Jan 11 2021 NCAA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Jan 12, 2021 8:50 pm

January 11, 2021, 11:30 PM EST
Tuscaloosa, AL vs. Columbus, OH

Year Chart
AL (Capsolar): Mercury (Sun Uranus Pluto). Moon-Jupiter. Sun-Mercury Sun-Pluto.
OH: Sun Uranus (Saturn Pluto). Sun-Saturn Sun-Pluto Saturn-Pluto.
Conclusion: Ohio loses.

Transits to Year Chart
AL (Transits to Cansolar): Neptune.
OH: Sun Uranus.
Conclusion: No clear conclusion (minor tip to Ohio barring other clear signals).

Quotidian of Year Chart
AL (CapQ): Moon Sun Pluto.
OH: Mercury Jupiter Uranus. Mercury-Jupiter Mercury-Uranus.
Conclusion: Ohio wins.

Quarter Chart
AL: Sun Mars Jupiter (Pluto). Moon-Mercury Moon-Uranus Moon-Pluto. Sun-Mars Sun-Pluto Mars-Jupiter Mars-Pluto Jupiter-Pluto (Sun-Saturn Jupiter-Uranus).
OH: Sun Mercury Mars (Moon Jupiter Uranus). Moon-Mercury Moon-Uranus. Su/Me Sun-Mars Me/Ma Mercury-Uranus Jupiter-Uranus (Sun-Saturn Jupiter-Pluto).
Conclusion: Alabama wins.


Conclusions
We're always pick losers if we can, and only pick winners if a loser isn't evident. The Capsolar shows that Ohio loses. This always trumps Jupiter-based signals of another team winning. Bottom line, the Ohio Capsolar had Saturn foreground including a partile Saturn-Pluto conjunction foreground and a foreground Sun-Saturn conjunction.

I'd have called this for Alabama and wouldn't have thought it close. Sorry.
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Re: Jan 11 2021 NCAA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

Post by SteveS » Wed Jan 13, 2021 6:13 am

Jim wrote:
Conclusions:
We're always pick losers if we can, and only pick winners if a loser isn't evident. The Capsolar shows that Ohio loses. This always trumps Jupiter-based signals of another team winning. Bottom line, the Ohio Capsolar had Saturn foreground including a partile Saturn-Pluto conjunction foreground and a foreground Sun-Saturn conjunction.
:oops: Jim, yes, reading again, this is exactly what you wrote in your conclusive report on the 50 Super Bowls. I noted this but at the time I thought the CapQ’s trumped the Capsolars? I read the CapQ malefic for Tuscaloosa and the CapQ for Columbus Ohio as benefic, my error in judgement not realizing (forgetting) malefic Saturn Capsolar trumps a benefic CapQ, its the "Master Chart of the Year". Thanks so much for your keen observations here Jim.
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I'd have called this for Alabama and wouldn't have thought it close.
:) Easy for you to say in hindsight Jim with Bama winning in a blowout. But for an SMA gambler to wager on Bama, having to lay 9 points, meaning Bama would have had to won by more than 9 points to win the bet, otherwise the wager would have lost its bet---no way for a seasoned gambler using SMA could have with high winning % wagered a bet on Bama. Understand, even if I had correctly interpreted the stack of SMA charts like you expertly did as forecasting a Bama win—no way am I still betting on Bama to cover the 9 point spread. This is what I define as a “no value bet,” which is the case most of the time with Vegas betting odds and point spreads using SMA. Only a seasoned sports gamblers understands this. Many times I have seen high point spreads where it froze me out of betting even through I new with high % the team with the high point spread would still win the game. My bets on this game were made with the possibility Bama could win the game---but not cover the point spread which would have been the best case for me. I know no SMA way to determine if a team would win with high % in a blowout.

Parsfortuna wrote and asked:
Alabama's LibSolar was excellent and somehow dominated over the more relevant CapQ. I expected a close game at the very least. Thoughts?

Parsfortuna, excellent observation!!! I am so glad you asked my thoughts. I was going to post my hindsight thoughts with my keen fundamental close at home observations about the rich history of Alabama football pertaining to Tuscaloosa’s 2020 LibSolar before I read yours and Jim posts from yesterday.

Bottom Line conclusion about future sports Quarter Chart after Alabama won the National Championship:

When we see a LibSolar (College & NFL Football), or for that matter, any sport involving a championship game with their Quarter Chart involving Jim’s ‘Outstanding Incident’ rule/guideline, I think we need to possibly allow it much more weight as we would normally allow for a Quarter Chart. But, primarily for benefic purposes! Let me try to explain with my very close home observations pertaining to Bama’s exceptional 2020 team.

Nick Saban, Bama’s Coach has never compared any of his past championship teams at Bama; but, this year he clearly made the statement his 2020 team was special for exceptional team achievements, on the field of contests and off the field excellence because of Covid restrictions. I am pretty sure I clearly see the Sidereal Mundane Astrology reasons Saban has signaled his 2020 team as being exceptional in so many areas. Jim, with his Sidereal Astrology has written many times about angular Mars-Jupiter combos as being the special/exceptional sports achievement’s aspect.

Tuscaloosa 2020 LibSolar featured an angular partile Mars (rising) 90 Jupiter partile conjunct Zenith for Sidereal Astrology’s par-excellent aspect for “exceptional sports achievements!” IMO, unless we see another Tuscaloosa solar ingress chart featuring an ‘outstanding incident’ Mars-Jupiter angular aspect, there will never be a future Bama team to compare to the exceptional achievements of the 2020 Bama team. We may soon again get to test this par-excellent angular Mars-Jupiter benefic sports achievement with Green Bay’s Feb 7 2021 CapQ if they make it to the Super Bowl. Also, I think I may have learned something new with Bama’s Championship: Tuscaloosa’s Jan 11 LibQ featured a transiting Sun Paran to Tuscaloosa’s LibQ Pluto! In Ebertin’s book, “Combination of Stellar Influences”, for the “Principle” he says:
….power of attainment.
And we saw Bama ‘attain’ with much ‘power’ the National Championship. This could help us with possible future Q charts with Championship games with angular Sun-Pluto combos. :) Thanks Jim and Parsfortuna for your feedback, it helps me with my recreational passion for using SMA with sports wagering.

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Re: Jan 11 2021 NCAA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

Post by Jim Eshelman » Wed Jan 13, 2021 7:17 am

I noted this but at the time I thought the CapQ’s trumped the Capsolars? I read the CapQ malefic for Tuscaloosa and the CapQ for Columbus Ohio as benefic, my error in judgement not realizing (forgetting) malefic Saturn Capsolar trumps a benefic CapQ, its the "Master Chart of the Year".
I had to go back and look this up to be sure what I'd written: On page 7 of the Super Bowl report, the second item under the Technique section specifically says: "The Capsolar is the best guide to prediction, followed by the daily timings."

Having repeated that, I'd nonetheless not ignore a Saturn angular on a CapQ either. But it continues to blow me away how the Capsolar itself, though covering a longer period of time (one year) than any other of these techniques, is so often so precise. (See my remarks on the thread of the outgoing monthly U.S. forecast where I look back on the period and talk about what techniques served best.)

Perhaps this isn't so strange after all. It seems to me that sports aficionados talk of years (sports seasons) the way oenologists talk of wine vintages. As you know better than I, you don't hear sports fans musing, "Hey, do you remember the January 11, 2021 game?" No, they say, "Hey, do you remember the playoffs in the 2020 season?" Or, "Yeah, man, the Dodgers in 2020! Whoohoo!" The information is organized in memory in terms of years primarily. (OK, this opens new lines of thought that I'll have to follow up on sometime about the psychological impact of these charts.)
:) Easy for you to say in hindsight Jim with Bama winning in a blowout.

Yes, I indeed stand under the umbrella of hindsight (though the above was a simple "running the numbers"). Also, this would have been a straight win-lose call, since I don't have a way to weigh point spreads.
Parsfortuna wrote and asked:
When we see a LibSolar (College & NFL Football), or for that matter, any sport involving a championship game with their Quarter Chart involving Jim’s ‘Outstanding Incident’ rule/guideline, I think we need to possibly allow it much more weight as we would normally allow for a Quarter Chart. But, primarily for benefic purposes! Let me try to explain with my very close home observations pertaining to Bama’s exceptional 2020 team.
I don't know that I'd say more weight - it's just another factor. But it is indeed a factor. For example, the Libsolar normally falls right before the World Series and IIRC we've seen a couple of cases where it had clear indications that were correct.
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Re: Jan 11 2021 NCAA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

Post by SteveS » Wed Jan 13, 2021 9:27 am

Jim wrote:
I had to go back and look this up to be sure what I'd written: On page 7 of the Super Bowl report, the second item under the Technique section specifically says: "The Capsolar is the best guide to prediction, followed by the daily timings."
Exactly Jim! Even knowing this now, the only Vegas option the bettor had for betting on Alabama to win the game, was risking 320 $ to win only 100 $ for a straight line “Money Line” bet on Bama winning the game. I generally never bet Money Lines on the favorites---too much risk involved for the money you may win.

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But it continues to blow me away how the Capsolar itself, though covering a longer period of time (one year) than any other of these techniques, is so often so precise. (See my remarks on the thread of the outgoing monthly U.S. forecast where I look back on the period and talk about what techniques served best.)
I 100 % agree!!!

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Perhaps this isn't so strange after all. It seems to me that sports aficionados talk of years (sports seasons) the way oenologists talk of wine vintages. As you know better than I, you don't hear sports fans musing, "Hey, do you remember the January 11, 2021 game?" No, they say, "Hey, do you remember the playoffs in the 2020 season?" Or, "Yeah, man, the Dodgers in 2020! Whoohoo!" The information is organized in memory in terms of years primarily. (OK, this opens new lines of thought that I'll have to follow up on sometime about the psychological impact of these charts.)
Fans of Bama are shocked to hear Saban comparing this 2020 championship team to his other 5 championship teams. Saban has been asked many times by sports media to compare his championship teams and Saban has always responded NO, I do compare my championship teams. This means to me-- Coach Saban is somewhat shocked (taken aback) to see what this 2020 championship team accomplished in terms excellence. IMO, this has to be seen in the 2020 Mars-Jupiter LibSolar for Tuscaloosa! The only minds who can see/understand this are Bama Fans who know the history of Bama football. And yes, you know I would be very interested in any 'new lines of thought' you may one day write about.

Jim wrote:
Also, this would have been a straight win-lose call, since I don't have a way to weigh point spreads.
Exactly Jim, I understand!

Jim wrote:
I don't know that I'd say more weight - it's just another factor. But it is indeed a factor. For example, the Libsolar normally falls right before the World Series and IIRC we've seen a couple of cases where it had clear indications that were correct.
Yes, I understand, ‘weight’ is probably the wrong word. It’s just that after half the season was completed with Bama football, I ‘knew’ Tuscaloosa was symbolically synced-upped with its 2020 Libsolar! I knew there was something Mars-Jupiter special going on! Its Sidereal Astrology stuff like this that I fallen in love with, and now I can clearly see with hindsight Tuscaloosa’s 2020 Libsolar culminated with a special perfection with its Jan 11 Championship game LibQ. We always learn in a continuing fashion with hindsight.

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