Anderson & Hester
Anderson & Hester is a system for determining the college football national champion. The system was created in 1992 by Jeff Anderson and Chris Hester, roommates at the University of Washington. Anderson & Hester is one of over 40 systems designed by the NCAA as major selectors of college football national championships.:108–110 The rankings are published weekly in The Seattle Times.:110
Anderson & Hester selections from the 1997 season to present.
|1999||Florida State||12–0||Bobby Bowden|
|2001||Miami (FL)||12–0||Larry Coker|
|2002||Ohio State||14–0||Jim Tressel|
|2009||Alabama||14–0||Nick Saban (2)|
|2011||LSU (2)||13–1||Les Miles|
|2012||Alabama (2)||13–1||Nick Saban (3)|
|2013||Florida State (2)||14–0||Jimbo Fisher|
|2014||Ohio State (2)||14–1||Urban Meyer (2)|
|2015||Alabama (3)||14–1||Nick Saban (4)|
|2017||Alabama (4)||13–1||Nick Saban (5)|
|2018||Clemson (2)||15–0||Dabo Swinney (2)|
|2019||LSU (3)||15–0||Ed Orgeron|
- Mark Schlabach (August 21, 2014). "What are the BCS computer guys doing now?". ESPN.
- 2018 NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision Records (PDF). Indianapolis: National Collegiate Athletic Association. August 2018. Retrieved November 14, 2018.
- 2020 NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision Records (PDF). The National Collegiate Athletic Association. 2020. p. 119. Retrieved May 24, 2020.