Monthly Archives: April 2013

2013 Madometer settles to 21.2% after Louisville escapes Shockers

We nearly saw the ultimate Shocker last night, with Wichita State up 12 late into the second half. But Louisville pulled out their semi-final game…then Michigan sweated out a victory over Syracuse. That sets up a 1v4 title game. There … Continue reading

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Model performance heading into the Final Four

I meant to post this earlier. Here are the results of the various strategies used to fill out the brackets for the 2013 tourney. The numbers refer to where the models fall by percentile in the ESPN Tourney Challenge. Each … Continue reading

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2013 Madometer rises to 21.8% madness

After the Wolverines’ trouncing of Florida and tourney favorite Louisville’s beatdown of Duke, the Madometer ticked up to 21.8% deviation from higher seed dominance. Even if Louisville wins the championship, this reading can go no lower than 20.8%. That makes … Continue reading

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