If you go to "tournament profiles" tab, you can enter in 2 teams and it compares them with key wins, key losses and then gives you a predicted outcome if they played at home, on the road and at a neutral site.
It also has Indiana with no Key losses, or Wisconsin. I don't know what a key loss is if you lose to an Iowa, or a Drake and it isn't a key loss.
Yeah, I don't quite understand that either. It appears to factor in location and point differential. For example, it shows Iowa's loss to Ohio State as a bad loss - I assume because they got beat by 29 points.
I'm the owner of the website you linked above and thanks to you guys for not completely destroying it upon first look. I agree with most of your criticisms (Texas ahead of ISU and the bad losses feature in the tournament profiles). I'll keep working to improve these features, but sadly it will probably remain that way for the rest of this season. Anyway if you have any other questions about how the site works I'd be happy to answer those and thanks again, it's very cool to see a site I built from scratch get discussed on a team board.
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