Oct 30, 2012, 6:59am PDT
November 4, 2012
Ivy League Tough to Project: 10,000 Sims Say So
John Templon has run the Ivy League through 10,000 simulations ... twice. The results differ based on your starting assumptions, but the top of the Ivy has one team in common in each set of projections.
November 2, 2012
Broken, Battered, and Arrested: The Injury Report
CBS has put together a comprehensive injury report across all of the 345 teams in Division 1. It paints a very interesting picture of the programs on the list, sort of the inverse of what a coach would envision for the year.
November 1, 2012
Kazemi On Fire At Oregon, But Still Ineligible
ESPN's Andy Katz has heard that Rice transfer Arsalan Kazemi is tearing it up at Oregon, but there is one problem. He still hasn't had his hardship waiver granted to be eligible this season.
October 31, 2012
ESPN's Medcalf Makes His Mid-Major Predictions
If you need a good refresher on all that is happening outside of the big leagues, then Myron Medcalf has assembled one for you at ESPN. If you are looking to be wowed with a few upset picks heading into the year, you have come to the wrong place.
October 30, 2012
Ken Pomeroy Prefaces His 2013 Preseason Rankings
Ken Pomeroy, the guru of tempo-free statistics and rankings, released his 2013 preseason computer rankings today. We link to his introduction and let him set the stage for a surprising set of numbers.
October 30, 2012
Big Apple Buckets Sits Down with Dan Hanner
John Templon sits down with Dan Hanner to go deeper into Hanner's computer rankings on some of the mid-major teams that deserve more focus. A strong look inside the workings of a very complicated set of predictions and at some key teams this season.