Analysis |
- Tracking the Smith Set
- An unambiguous definition of a "good win" (or for some teams, a "bad loss")
- Tournament Size
- A rational look at one of the worst ideas ever made public.
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References | - Standings
- Smith Set
- Teams whose only losses are to each other.
- Records vs Opponents' Rank
- Best wins and worst losses by team according to opponents' current RPI rank.
- Normalized Scoring Stats
- Points scored and allowed adjusted by opponents' ability to prevent and score points.
- College Basketball Rankings Comparison
- An excellent reference compiled by Kenneth Massey.
- Analysis:
16 Nov 22 Nov 29 Nov 6 Dec 13 Dec 20 Dec 27 Dec 3 Jan 11 Jan 17 Jan 24 Jan 1 Feb 8 Feb 14 Feb 21 Feb 28 Feb 14 Mar - WRRV (Retrodictive ranking violations weighted by how large the violation is):
- Yahoo! Scoreboard
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Ratings |
- ISR
- Boyd Nation's Iterative Strength Rating
- ISOV Definition
- Iterative Strength of Victory (ISR with an MOV component)
- (A) Second Order Winning Percentage
- This is not really a rating, it is one possible measurement of how a team's results fit within the
*directed games graph.*See also weighted win path analysis, which is a different measure of the same thing. - Connectivity watch:
- Current Games Graph Distance Matrix
- Games graph including future schedules
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In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice; In practice, there is. |