A team's win-loss record is the ultimate indicator of how it is performing. A standard rule of thumb is that if you play well, you win; play poorly, you lose. Play well more often than not, you end up with a good record and are considered a good team.
That's the CliffsNotes version. The real story lies in how those wins and losses come about. A myriad of other factors can contribute to winning a game that should've been lost. Or, in a lot of cases with perceived good teams, they end up suffering a loss in a winnable situation.
As the 2013 college football season enters the second half, we look at the teams whose records don't truly represent the type of year they've had.