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QRF Explained

<9/1/11 UDPATE>: - a new QRF was created for the 2011-12 school year that does not include Margin of Victory/Defeat.  It also includes out of state games in Football ONLY.  Everything else listed below is the same.  For more information, check out this blog.
 
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The Quality Results Formula (QRF) was created to try and rank teams from different parts of the state. I won't go into specific detail about the formula, but can give you an idea of how it works.

Each game is given an individual QRF (iQRF) based three things (listed in order of importance)
  • Win or Loss
  • Opponent wins
  • Class differential between the teams

Logically, the more wins an opponent has, the higher your opponents Class is, and the more you win by the higher your iQRF is for that game.

When all of a team's iQRF's are added together and divided by the number of MN games played, you come up with a team's QRF.
*Only MN vs. MN games count.

This number is then compared to other teams in the state to come up with an overall ranking.  The QRF ranking should only be used to compare teams within the same Class.  Cross-Class comparisons are not comparing apples to apples.



Here are the results for the last five years of Quarter-final football games.

(2003)(2004) (2005) (2006) (2007) (2008) (2009) (2010)

 

Teams with a QRF advantage have gone 1170-222 (.841) since 2003!

In the first round of the playoffs 2003, the team with the higher QRF was 145-30 (.829).
In the first round of the playoffs 2004, the team with the higher QRF was 149-26 (.851).
In the first round of the playoffs 2005, the team with the higher QRF was 145-34 (.810).

In the first round of the playoffs 2006, the team with the higher QRF was 149-28 (.842).

In the first round of the playoffs 2007, the team with the higher QRF was 148-28 (.841).

In the first round of the playoffs 2008, the team with the higher QRF was 153-22 (.874).
In the first round of the playoffs 2009, the team with the higher QRF was 143-28 (.836).
In the first round of the playoffs 2010, the team with the higher QRF was 138-26 (.841).
 

Teams with a 10 point QRF advantage have gone 873-67 (.929) since 2003!

Teams that had a QRF advantage of 10 or more went 100-7 in 2003 (.935).
Teams that had a QRF advantage of 10 or more went 99-8 in 2004 (.925).
Teams that had a QRF advantage of 10 or more went 114-12 in 2005 (.905).

Teams that had a QRF advantage of 10 or more went 107-12 in 2006 (.829).

Teams that had a QRF advantage of 10 or more went 115-9 in 2007 (.927).

Teams that had a QRF advantage of 10 or more went 119-8 in 2008 (.937).
Teams that had a QRF advantage of 10 or more went 110-8 in 2009 (.932).
Teams that had a QRF advantage of 10 or more went 109-3 in 2010 (.973).
 

Teams with a 20 point QRF advantage have gone 563-17 (.971) since 2003!

Teams that had a QRF advantage of 20 or more went 55-2 in 2003 (.965).
Teams that had a QRF advantage of 20 or more went 55-0 in 2004 (1.000).

Teams that had a QRF advantage of 20 or more went 78-3 in 2005 (.963).

Teams that had a QRF advantage of 20 or more went 74-2 in 2006 (.974).

Teams that had a QRF advantage of 20 or more went 74-3 in 2007 (.961).

Teams that had a QRF advantage of 20 or more went 79-3 in 2008 (.963).
Teams that had a QRF advantage of 20 or more went 74-3 in 2009 (.961).

Teams that had a QRF advantage of 20 or more went 74-1 in 2010 (.987).

QRF Differential - 2003
0.1-5.0 (23-14)
5.1-10.0 (22-9)
10.1-20.0 (45-5)
20.1-30.0 (26-1)
30.1+ (29-1)

QRF Differential - 2004
0.1-5.0 (23-14)
5.1-10.0 (27-4)
10.1-20.0 (44-8)
20.1-30.0 (35-0)
30.1+ (20-0)

QRF Differential - 2005
0.1-5.0 (12-9)
5.1-10.0 (19-13)
10.1-20.0 (36-9)
20.1-30.0 (41-2)
30.1+ (37-1)

 

QRF Differential - 2006
0.1-5.0 (19-11)
5.1-10.0 (23-5)
10.1-20.0 (33-10)
20.1-30.0 (35-2)
30.1+ (39-0)

 

QRF Differential - 2007
0.1-5.0(16-11)
5.1-10.0 (17-8)
10.1-20.0 (41-6)
20.1-30.0 (31-2)
30.1+ (43-1)

 

QRF Differential - 2008
0.1-5.0 (16-10)
5.1-10.0 (18-4)
10.1-20.0 (40-5)
20.1-30.0 (32-3)
30.1+ (47-0)

QRF Differential - 2009
0.1-5.0
(14-11)
5.1-10.0 (19-9)
10.1-20.0 (36-5)
20.1-30.0 (34-2)
30.1+ (40-1)
 
QRF Differential - 2010
0.1-5.0
(10-13)
5.1-10.0 (19-10)
10.1-20.0 (35-2)
20.1-30.0 (37-1)
30.1+ (37-0)

 

QRF Differential - Overall

0.1-5.0 (133-93) .588
5.1-10.0 (164-62) .726
10.1-20.0 (310-50) .861
20.1-30.0 (271-13) .954
30.1+ (292-4) .986

 

The main reason the QRF was invented was to let teams know how they stack up against other Minnesota teams not from their area. The best judge of this is the state tournament. Here are the results from the last four State BB Tournaments.

 

(2005) (2006) (2007) (2008) (2009) (2010) (Overall)


GIRLS QRF Record:
Class A (

7-1) (6-2) (6-2) (5-3) (5-3) (6-2) (1-7) (36-20)
Class AA (
6-2) (3-4) (5-3) (6-2) (5-3) (4-4) (5-3) (34-21)
Class AAA (
6-2) (8-0) (6-2) (5-3) (5-3) (6-2) (6-2) (42-14)
Class AAAA (
7-1) (7-1) (5-3) (5-3) (5-3) (7-1) (7-1) (43-13)

GIRLS OVERALL QRF (
26-6 81%) (24-7 77%) (22-10 69%) (21-11 66%) (20-12 63%) (23-9 72%) (19-13 59%) (155-68 70%)


BOYS QRF Record:
Class A (
5-3) (3-5) (5-3) (5-3) (6-2) (7-1) (3-5) (31-17)
Class AA (
6-2) (6-2) (5-3) (4-4) (7-1) (5-3) (3-5) (33-15)
Class AAA (
6-2) (6-2) (7-1) (6-2) (5-3) (7-0) (3-5) (37-10)
Class AAAA (
6-2) (7-1) (5-3) (8-0) (7-1) (5-3) (3-5) (38-10)

BOYS OVERALL QRF (
23-9 72%) (22-10 69%) (22-10 69%) (23-9 72%) (25-7 78%) (24-7 77%) (24-8 75%) (163-60 73%)

OVERALL QRF (
49-15 77%) (46-17 73%) (44-20 69%) (44-20 69%) (45-19 70%) (47-16 75%) (43-21 67%) (318-128 71%)



State Basketball Champions since 2005 and their statewide final QRF ranking:
37 times out of 56 the QRF #1, 2 or 3 has won the title!


2005 Girls A: Elgin-Millville
1st
2005 Girls AA: Rochester Lourdes
1st
2005 Girls AAA: Minneapolis North
1st
2005 Girls AAAA: Bloomington Kennedy
3rd
2005 Boys A: Russell-Tyler-Ruthton
1st
2005 Boys AA: Braham
1st
2005 Boys AAA: Shakopee
1st
2005 Boys AAAA: Hopkins
1st

 

 

2006 Girls A: Fulda 4th
2006 Girls AA: Cannon Falls
6th
2006 Girls AAA: Benilde-St. Margaret's
1st
2006 Girls AAAA: Hopkins
1st
2006 Boys A: Rushford-Peterson
7th
2006 Boys AA: Braham
1st
2006 Boys AAA: DeLaSalle
4th
2006 Boys AAAA: Hopkins
1st

 

2007 Girls A: Fulda 3rd
2007 Girls AA: Pipestone Area
15th
2007 Girls AAA: Becker
2nd
2007 Girls AAAA: St. Paul Central
1st
2007 Boys A: Ellsworth
5th
2007 Boys AA: Holy Family Catholic
14th
2007 Boys AAA: St. Thomas Academy
1st
2007 Boys AAAA: Buffalo
8th

 

2008 Girls A: Ada-Borup 3rd
2008 Girls AA: Albany
2nd
2008 Girls AAA: Totino-Grace
4th
2008 Girls AAAA: St. Paul Central
6th
2008 Boys A: Ellsworth
1st
2008 Boys AA: New London-Spicer
6th
2008 Boys AAA: Benilde-St. Margaret's
1st
2008 Boys AAAA: Minnetonka
2nd

 
2009 Girls A: Ada-Borup 3rd
2009 Girls AA: Caledonia
2nd
2009 Girls AAA: St. Michael-Albertville 
6th
2009 Girls AAAA: Minneapolis South 
3rd
2009 Boys A: Granada-Huntley-East Chain 
2nd
2009 Boys AA: Pelican Rapids 
1st
2009 Boys AAA: Minneapolis Washburn 
4th
2009 Boys AAAA: Hopkins
1st
 
2010 Girls A: Barnum 1st
2010 Girls AA: Minnehaha Academy 29th

2010 Girls AAA: Benilde-St. Margaret's 3rd

2010 Girls AAAA: Lakeville North 1st

2010 Boys A: Minnesota Transitions Charter 1st

2010 Boys AA: New London-Spicer 4th

2010 Boys AAA: St. Paul Johnson 1st

2010 Boys AAAA: Hopkins 1st
 

2011 Girls A: Maranatha Christian 21st
2011 Girls AA: Braham 2nd

2011 Girls AAA: DeLaSalle 4th

2011 Girls AAAA: Hopkins 1st

2011 Boys A: Springfield 7th

2011 Boys AA: Perham 2nd

2011 Boys AAA: Orono 4th

2011 Boys AAAA: Hopkins 1st

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