Yearly Archives: 2009

Since exhibitions are being played, it’s about time I got the 2010 schedule pages up. There are surely some errors. If you see one, please let me know. (As always, games where an opponent is TBA are not included.)

Updated 2/22/2013 I get many e-mails. While I read each one that crosses my desk, I am not able to respond to all of them. Actually, I am able to, but in some cases it’s better for the both of us if I didn’t, since it would take away from doing other things that may […]

Defensive Fingerprint attempts to objectively identify the style of a team’s defense. Inputs into the system are the departure from the D-1 norm of the following defensive characteristics… – assist percentage (triple weight, higher means a more likely zone team) – 3-point attempt percentage (triple weight, higher means a more likely zone team) – free […]

Updated: 2/13/14 It can be easy to get lost in the modern-day college hoops world with dozens of games being played each night, many of them broadcast on outlets you barely know exist. Ever kick yourself for watching a dud of a game on a four-letter network only to find out the next morning that […]


I’ve changed the schedule pages to allow for one-stop shopping for (almost all of) the team-related info found on the site. There are probably a few things that are broken as a result. Just drop me a and I’ll fix them as soon as I can. I still need to add the position-related stats to […]

SCOUTING REPORT Adjusted efficiency: Raw offensive efficiency is points scored per 100 offensive possessions. The adjusted version adjusts for the quality of opposing defenses, the site of each game, and when each game was played (recent games get more weight). Defensive efficiency is points allowed per 100 defensive possessions, adjusted for the same things. (The […]