Get ready people. The “mark” is just around the corner.
letne gume falken Good entry, thanks. Do you have a Xing account?
thanks. no, no xing account.
JKL, do you have the SOS numbers for these teams as well? I’d be curious how often the tiebreaker winner (thanks to H2H) had a harder schedule. I’m still slightly skeptical of using H2H as the tiebreaker, but you’ve done a great job here of making the case. I suppose if it is often the case that the two teams are 10-6 with one having a hard SOS and one having an easy SOS, and the 10-6 team with the hard SOS wins H2H, then H2H is really just a proxy for SOS. And I’m okay with that. If two teams have the same record but very different SOS, then the one with the harder SOS is the better team and we should have expected them to win H2H against a weaker team.
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