WEEK 12 #KPI BASKETBALL (as of 1/27/14)

#KPI Headlines:

  • Kansas and Arizona in virtual tie at the top: Kansas leads Arizona by .00087 for the No. 1 spot.  Kansas has played 9 home games to Arizona’s 14.  Arizona has the slightly more difficult remaining strength of schedule, though Kansas will still likely finish No. 1 in #KPI SOS.
  • Quality Wins vs. the Field …. Come from the Field: 33 of the 46 teams with two or more wins against the at-large field to date are also in the field. Only 4 teams (Oregon State, Miami-FL, Charlotte and USC) have multiple wins against the field and aren’t in the NCAA or NIT field.
  • Road Wins!: Teams in the field are 266-185 (.590) on the road and 396-239 (.624) in road/neutral games.  Teams not in the field are 687-2180 (.240) on the road.
  • Sneaky At-Large Bids: Keep an eye on teams like #33 Southern Miss (18-3) and #35 Toledo (17-2).  Both play in conferences that appear to be 1-bid leagues, yet both have potential at-large profiles if they don’t win their conference tournament.
  • The Undefeated: Wichita State is statistically the most likely to enter the NCAA Tournament undefeated, followed by Syracuse and Arizona.  Arizona has three of the top-4 wins among the group (at SDSU, at Michigan, at UCLA). Wichita State’s win at Saint Louis is second best (below SDSU, but ahead of Michigan).  Syracuse’s best win (Villanova) is fifth best of the group.
  • Scoring Down Overall in Conference, Up Per Possession: Scoring has fallen 2.1 PPG in conference play, but has risen 0.9% per possession.  Conference games are moving at a slower pace (2.6 possessions per team, per game).

#KPI by Team (through January 26): https://kpisports.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/2013-14-master-schedule-basketball-by-team-thru-jan-26.pdf

#KPI by Conference (through January 26): https://kpisports.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/2013-14-master-schedule-basketball-by-conference-thru-jan-26.pdf

#KPI by Game (through January 26): https://kpisports.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/2013-14-master-schedule-basketball-by-game-thru-jan-26.pdf

Data below compares the full season data from 2012-13 to full season data to date for the 2013-14 season through January 26: https://kpisports.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/college-basketball-statistical-trends-through-1-26-14.pdf

#KPI Basketball Field of 68 (through games of January 26, 2014): Automatic bids from the 32 conferences are determined (for now) by best conference record, then best overall record, then best #KPI.

  1. BIG 12 / #1 Kansas (15-4, 6-0 Big 12), .390 (Best win at #13 Iowa State, .91)
  2. PAC-12 / #2 Arizona (20-0, 7-0 Pac-12), .389 (Best win at #12 San Diego State, 1.03)
  3. #3 Wisconsin (17-3, 4-3 Big Ten), .352 (Best win at #19 Virginia, .88)
  4. #4 Villanova (17-2, 6-1 Big East), .338 (Best win at #78 Saint Joseph’s, .76)
  5. #5 Michigan State (18-2, 7-1 Big Ten), .338 (Best win at #23 Texas, .88)
  6. MVC / #6 Wichita State (21-0, 8-0 MVC), .335 (Best win at #28 Saint Louis, .95)
  7. ACC / #7 Syracuse (19-0, 6-0 ACC), .320 (Best win vs. #4 Villanova, .68)
  8. #8 Massachusetts (17-2, 4-1 Atlantic 10), .307 (Best win at #58 Ohio, .76)
  9. BIG EAST / #9 Creighton (17-3, 7-1 Big East), .303 (Best win at #4 Villanova, 1.12)
  10. BIG TEN / #10 Michigan (15-4, 7-0 Big Ten), .292 (Best win at #5 Michigan State, .99)
  11. SEC / #11 Florida (17-2, 6-0 SEC), .282 (Best win at #65 Arkansas, .64)
  12. MOUNTAIN WEST / #12 San Diego State (18-1, 7-0 Mountain West), .275 (Best win at #1 Kansas, .94)
  13. #13 Iowa State (15-3, 3-3 Big 12), .263 (Best win at #56 BYU, .61)
  14. #14 Oklahoma State (16-3, 4-2 Big 12), .261 (Best win vs. #38 Colorado, .56)
  15. #15 Kentucky (15-4, 5-1 SEC), .257 (Best win vs. #20 Louisville, .58)
  16. #16 Ohio State (16-4, 3-4 Big Ten), .253 (Best win at #89 Marquette, .59)
  17. #17 Pittsburgh (18-2, 6-1 ACC), .253 (Best win at #62 N.C. State, .67)
  18. #18 Duke (16-4, 5-2 ACC), .252 (Best win vs. #25 UCLA, .69)
  19. #19 Virginia (15-5, 6-1 ACC), .245 (Best win at #34 Florida State, .81)
  20. #20 Louisville (17-3, 6-1 American), .244 (Best win at #30 Connecticut, .87)
  21. AMERICAN / #21 Cincinnati (19-2, 8-0 American), .243 (Best win at #37 Memphis, .90)
  22. #22 Oklahoma (16-4, 5-2 Big 12), .240 (Best win at #23 Texas, .82)
  23. #23 Texas (16-4, 5-2 Big 12), .237 (Best win at #60 Baylor, .70)
  24. #24 New Mexico (15-4, 6-1 Mountain West), .237 (Best win at #57 New Mexico State, .70)
  25. #25 UCLA (16-4, 5-2 Pac-12), .235 (Best win at #38 Colorado, .82)
  26. #26 VCU (16-4, 4-1 Atlantic 10), .232 (Best win at #19 Virginia, .80)
  27. #27 George Washington (16-3, 4-1 Atlantic 10), .230 (Best win vs. #9 Creighton, .73)
  28. ATLANTIC 10 / #28 Saint Louis (18-2, 5-0 Atlantic 10), .227 (Best win at #55 Dayton, .67)
  29. WEST COAST / #29 Gonzaga (18-3, 8-1 WCC), .225 (Best win vs. #44 St. Mary’s-CA, .53)
  30. #30 Connecticut (16-4, 4-3 American), .223 (Best win at #37 Memphis, .84)
  31. #31 Iowa (16-4, 5-2 Big Ten), .217 (Best win at #16 Ohio State, .89)
  32. #32 Oregon (14-5, 2-5 Pac-12), .217 (Best win at #47 Mississippi, .76)
  33. CONFERENCE USA / #33 Southern Miss (18-3, 5-1 C-USA), .216 (Best win at #46 North Dakota State, .77)
  34. #34 Florida State (13-6, 4-3 ACC), .216 (Best win vs. #8 Massachusetts, .75)
  35. MAC / #35 Toledo (17-2, 5-1 MAC), .209 (Best win at #67 Akron, .72)
  36. #36 Minnesota (15-6, 4-4 Big Ten), .200 (Best win at #51 Richmond, .77)
  37. #37 Memphis (15-4, 5-2 American), .200 (Best win at #20 Louisville, .92)
  38. #38 Colorado (15-6, 4-4 Pac-12), .198 (Best win vs. #1 Kansas, .59)
  39. #39 Xavier (15-5, 5-2 Big East), .198 (Best win vs. #21 Cincinnati, .80)
  40. #40 Kansas State (14-6, 4-3 Big 12), .191 (Best win vs. #29 Gonzaga, .70)
  41. #41 California (14-6, 5-2 Pac-12), .185 (Best win at #32 Oregon, .81)
  42. #42 Stanford (13-6, 4-3 Pac-12), .184 (Best win at #30 Connecticut, .80)
  43. #43 North Carolina (12-7, 2-4 ACC), .180 (Best win at #5 Michigan State, 1.05)
  44. #44 St. Mary’s-CA (16-5, 6-2 WCC), .178 (Best win at #66 Boise State, .71)
  45. #45 Providence (15-5, 5-2 Big East), .176 (Best win vs. #9 Creighton, .62)
  46. SUMMIT / #46 North Dakota State (15-5, 4-1 Summit), .176 (Best win at #151 Utah Valley, .53)
  47. #47 Mississippi (14-5, 5-1 SEC), .174 (Best win at #116 Western Kentucky, .61)
  48. #48 SMU (16-4, 5-2 American), .174 (Best win at #75 Wyoming, .64)
  49. IVY / #49 Harvard (15-3, 2-0 Ivy), .169 (Best win at #90 Boston U., .67)
  50. #50 Arizona State (15-5, 4-3 Pac-12), .169 (Best win at #94 UNLV, .59)
  51. #51 Richmond (14-6, 4-1 Atlantic 10), .168 (Best win vs. #8 Massachusetts, .61)
  52. HORIZON / #54 Green Bay (17-3, 7-0 Horizon), .166 (Best win vs. #19 Virginia, .48)
  53. OHIO VALLEY / #61 Belmont (16-7, 7-1 OVC), .136 (Best win at #43 North Carolina, .64)
  54. SOUTHLAND / #68 Stephen F. Austin (18-2, 7-0 Southland), .121 (Best win at #148 North Texas, .47)
  55. ATLANTIC SUN / #73 Mercer (17-5, 8-1 Atlantic Sun), .107 (Best win at #47 Mississippi, .74)
  56. COLONIAL / #74 Delaware (14-7, 6-0 Colonial), .104 (Best win at #126 Drexel, .45)
  57. SUN BELT / #86 Georgia State (14-6, 7-0 Sun Belt), .093 (Best win at #116 Western Kentucky, .69)
  58. BIG SKY / #102 Northern Colorado (13-4, 7-1 Big Sky), .074 (Best win at #40 Kansas State, .72)
  59. PATRIOT / #125 American (12-7, 8-0 Patriot), .051 (Best win at #169 Holy Cross, .48)
  60. MEAC / #130 North Carolina Central (13-5, 5-1 MEAC), .047 (Best win at #62 N.C. State, .66)
  61. BIG WEST / #134 UC-Irvine (13-8, 4-1 Big West), .045 (Best win at #72 Washington, .63)
  62. AMERICA EAST / #142 Stony Brook (15-6, 7-0 America East), .038 (Best win vs. #155 Vermont, .25)
  63. MAAC / #149 Canisius (14-7, 8-2 MAAC), .030 (Best win vs. #86 Georgia State, .51)
  64. WAC / #151 Utah Valley (12-7, 6-0 WAC), .025 (Best win vs. #157 Weber State, .25)
  65. NORTHEAST / #152 Robert Morris (11-10, 6-0 Northeast), .025 (Best win at #153 Bryant, .50)
  66. BIG SOUTH / #196 Winthrop (10-8, 4-2 Big South), -.027 (Best win at #217 Coastal Carolina, .33)
  67. SWAC / #198 Southern U. (10-10, 6-1 SWAC), -.030 (Best win at #194 North Florida, .33)
  68. SOUTHERN / #202 Chattanooga (14-8, 8-0 Southern), -.034 (Best win at #192 Wofford, .40)

Conference #KPI Rankings (through games of January 26, 2014)

  1. Big 12 (135-59, .696 / 102-26, .797 Non-Conf) .181 KPI:
  2. Big Ten (166-75, .689 / 122-31, .797 Non-Conf) .178 KPI:
  3. Pac-12 (163-76, .682 / 119-32, .788 Non-Conf) .157 KPI:
  4. Big East (131-68, .658 / 94-31, .752 Non-Conf) .146 KPI:
  5. ACC (189-104, .645 / 138-53, .723 Non-Conf)  .137 KPI:
  6. SEC (167-94, .640 / 125-52, .706 Non-Conf) .122 KPI:
  7. Atlantic 10 (165-89, .650 / 130-54, .707 Non-Conf) .119 KPI:
  8. American (126-69, .646 / 91-34, .728 Non-Conf) .101 KPI:
  9. Mountain West (130-85, .605 / 91-46, .664 Non-Conf) .081 KPI:
  10. WCC (128-85, .601 / 83-40, .675 Non-Conf) .078 KPI:
  11. Missouri Valley (115-89, .564 / 75-49, .605 Non-Conf) .035 KPI:
  12. MAC (122-96, .560 / 86-60, .589 Non-Conf) .031 KPI:
  13. Horizon (103-93, .526 / 70-60, .538 Non-Conf) .009 KPI:
  14. Summit (84-79, .515 / 64-59, .520 Non-Conf) .008 KPI:
  15. Conference USA (176-143, .552 / 132-99, .571 Non-Conf) -.000 KPI:
  16. Sun Belt (95-97, .495 / 59-61, .492 Non-Conf) -.015 KPI:
  17. Colonial (85-96, .470 / 59-70, .457 Non-Conf) -.026 KPI:
  18. MAAC (103-117, 468 / 48-62, .436 Non-Conf) -.034 KPI:
  19. Ivy (68-63, .519 / 61-56, .521 Non-Conf) -.036 KPI:
  20. Big West (84-92, .477 / 60-68, .469 Non-Conf) -.037 KPI:
  21. Patriot (93-102, .477 / 53-62, .461 Non-Conf) -.050 KPI:
  22. WAC (83-97, .461 / 55-69, .444 Non-Conf) -.060 KPI:
  23. Atlantic Sun (97-115, .458 / 53-71, .427 Non-Conf) -.067 KPI:
  24. Ohio Valley (119-142, .456 / 71-94, .430 Non-Conf) -.068 KPI:
  25. Big Sky (86-105, .450 / 43-62, .410 Non-Conf) -.074 KPI:
  26. Southland (121-145, .455 / 70-94, .427 Non-Conf) -.075 KPI:
  27. Big South (110-131, .456 / 74-95, .438 Non-Conf) -.095 KPI:
  28. Southern (101-131, .435 / 63-93, .404 Non-Conf) -.102 KPI:
  29. Northeast (80-119, .402 / 50-89, .360 Non-Conf) -.113 KPI:
  30. SWAC (65-115, .361 / 33-83, .284 Non-Conf) -.114 KPI:
  31. MEAC (87-162, .349 / 48-123, .281 Non-Conf) -.126 KPI:
  32. America East (70-112, .378 / 38-80, .322 Non-Conf) -.130 KPI:

Top 10 #KPI Wins – ROAD GAMES ONLY (through games of January 26, 2014)

  1. +1.12     #9 Creighton 96, #4 Villanova 68 (Jan 20)
  2. +1.05     #43 North Carolina 79, #5 Michigan State 65 (Dec 4)
  3. +1.03     #2 Arizona 69, #12 San Diego State 60 (Nov 14)
  4. +0.99     #10 Michigan 80, #5 Michigan State 75 (Jan 25)
  5. +0.98     #10 Michigan 77, #3 Wisconsin 70 (Jan 18)
  6. +0.95     #6 Wichita State 70, #28 Saint Louis 65 (Dec 1)
  7. +0.94     #12 San Diego State 61, #1 Kansas 57 (Jan 5)
  8. +0.92     #37 Memphis 73, #20 Louisville 67 (Jan 9)
  9. +0.91     #1 Kansas 77, #13 Iowa State 70 (Jan 13)
  10. +0.90     #21 Cincinnati 69, #37 Memphis 53 (Jan 4)

Top 10 #KPI Wins – NEUTRAL SITE GAMES ONLY (through games of January 26, 2014)

  1. +0.80     #39 Xavier 64, #21 Cincinnati 47 (Dec 14)
  2. +0.75     #34 Florida State 60, #8 Massachusetts 55 (Dec 21)
  3. +0.74     #3 Wisconsin 63, #28 Saint Louis 57 (Nov 26)
  4. +0.73     #27 George Washington 60, #9 Creighton 53 (Dec 1)
  5. +0.72     #4 Villanova 63, #1 Kansas 59 (Nov 29)
  6. +0.71     #89 Marquette 76, #27 George Washington 60 (Nov 29)
  7. +0.71     #21 Cincinnati 44, #17 Pittsburgh 43 (Dec 17)
  8. +0.71     #12 San Diego State 86, #9 Creighton 80 (Nov 29)
  9. +0.70     #43 North Carolina 93, #20 Louisville 84 (Nov 24)
  10. +0.70     #40 Kansas State 72, #29 Gonzaga 62 (Dec 21)

Top 10 #KPI Wins – HOME GAMES ONLY (through games of January 26, 2014)

  1. +0.70     #20 Louisville 69, #33 Southern Miss 38 (Nov 29)
  2. +0.68     #7 Syracuse 78, #4 Villanova 62 (Dec 28)
  3. +0.64     #36 Minnesota 81, #3 Wisconsin 68 (Jan 22)
  4. +0.63     #3 Wisconsin 59, #11 Florida 53 (Nov 12)
  5. +0.62     #24 New Mexico 63, #21 Cincinnati 54 (Dec 7)
  6. +0.62     #45 Providence 81, #9 Creighton 68 (Jan 18)
  7. +0.61     #51 Richmond 58, #8 Massachusetts 55 (Jan 22)
  8. +0.61     #7 Syracuse 59, #17 Pittsburgh 54 (Jan 18)
  9. +0.61     #30 Connecticut 65, #11 Florida 64 (Dec 2)
  10. +0.60     #71 Indiana 75, #3 Wisconsin 72 (Jan 14)

#KPI Numbers

  • The current adjustments are +0.17 for road teams, -0.18 for home teams and -0.06 for neutral site teams.
  • The average win is worth +0.18.  The average loss is worth -0.20.
  • Scoring (by conference, all games): 1-Big 12 (77.2 PPG); 2-WCC (76.2 PPG); 3-Pac-12 (76.2 PPG); 4-Big East (75.0 PPG); 5-American (74.2 PPG); 6-Big Ten (74.1 PPG); 7-Ohio Valley (73.6 PPG); 8-Big South (73.5 PPG); 9-SEC (73.4 PPG); 10-Mountain West (73.2 PPG)
  • Scoring (by conference, conference games only): 1-Northeast (75.0 PPG); 2-MAAC (73.9 PPG); 3-Ohio Valley (73.9 PPG); 4-Southland (73.8 PPG); 5-Big 12 (73.7 PPG); 6-Big South (73.6 PPG); 7-Big East (73.0 PPG); 8-WCC (72.9 PPG); 9-Southern (71.8 PPG); 10-Atlantic Sun (71.5 PPG)

#KPI Facts

  • Home teams are 2365-953 (.713). There have been 351 games (9.6% of all games) played at a neutral site.  32.4% of all games are conference games to date.
  • Non-Conference #KPI: 1-Wisconsin; 2-Arizona; 3-Massachusetts; 4-Wichita State; 5-Syracuse; 6-Villanova; 7-Ohio State; 8-Oregon; 9-Kansas; 10-Iowa State
  • Conference #KPI: 1-Kansas; 2-Michigan; 3-Penn; 4-Arizona; 5-Michigan State; 6-Virginia; 7-Creighton; 8-Pittsburgh; 9-Villanova; 10-Oklahoma
  • #KPI Only in Top-50 Games: 1-Wichita State; 2-Arizona; 3-Northern Colorado; 4-Syracuse; 5-San Diego State; 6-Missouri; 7-IPFW; 8-Michigan; 9-Hawaii; 10-Wisconsin
  • #KPI Only in Top-100 Games: 1-Arizona; 2-Wichita State; 3-Syracuse; 4-Michigan; 5-Michigan State; 6-San Diego State; 7-Villanova; 8-Kansas; 9-Southern Miss; 10-Wisconsin
  • #KPI Strength of Schedule: 1-Kansas (.168); 2-Michigan (.111); 3-Wisconsin (.111); 4-Duke (.106); 5-Colorado (.104); 6-Florida State (.104); 7-Kentucky (.101); 8-Kansas State (.100); 9-Alabama (.100); 10-North Carolina (.099)
  • 11.6% of all games involving a Division I team are currently against Non-Division I teams.  Division I teams are 411-14 (.967) in those games by a margin of 90.1 PPG to 60.7 PPG.  Non-Division I games also count in the #KPI rankings.  All games against Non-Division I teams count as one opponent (currently No. 346 in the #KPI).

#KPI Top 10 Games This Week (January 27-February 2, 2014)

  1. #13 Iowa State at #1 Kansas (Wednesday 9 p.m. ET, ESPNU)
  2. #16 Ohio State at #3 Wisconsin (Saturday 12 p.m. ET, ESPN)
  3. #1 Kansas at #23 Texas (Saturday 4 p.m. ET, ESPN)
  4. #18 Duke at #7 Syracuse (Saturday 6:30 p.m. ET, ESPN)
  5. #18 Duke at #17 Pittsburgh (Saturday 7 p.m. ET, ESPN)
  6. #22 Oklahoma at #13 Iowa State (Saturday 4 p.m. ET, ESPN Full Court/Big 12 Network)
  7. #5 Michigan State at #31 Iowa (Tuesday 7 p.m. ET, ESPN)
  8. #14 Oklahoma State at #22 Oklahoma (Monday 9 p.m. ET, ESPN)
  9. #19 Virginia at #17 Pittsburgh (Sunday 12:30 p.m. ET, ESPNU)
  10. #21 Cincinnati at #20 Louisville (Thursday 7 p.m. ET, ESPN)

Notes on Rule Changes:

  • Per Possession Data is critical.  Points are up 2.9% per possession, fouls up 6.8% per possession and free throw attempts up 11.4% per possession.  Possessions per game are up 2.8% (1.9 per team, per game).  Possessions are down 2.6 per team, per game in conference play.
  • In 2012-13, scoring decreased 0.9 PPG (1.3%) between non-conference and conference play.  In 2013-14, scoring has decreased 2.1 PPG (2.9%) from 72.1 PPG in non-conference to 70.0 PPG in conference.
  • 23.9% of games have been decided by 5 points or less, 22.8% of games by 6-10 points, 29.8% of games decided by 11-20 points and 23.4% decided by more than 20 points.

Points Per Game: Up 5.8% (3.9 PPG); from 67.5 PPG to 71.4 PPG. Through January 27 of last season, teams were averaging 67.2 PPG (up 6.2% this year over the same time period). This is the highest scoring average since 2000-01 (71.5 PPG).  Points Per Possession have increased at a rate of 2.9%.  Teams averaged 72.1 PPG in non-conference and 70.0 PPG in conference play.

In 2012-13, 52.3% of points came from made 2-pt FGs, 27.4% from made 3-pt FGs and 20.3% from made free throws.  In 2013-14, 51.3% of points have come from made 2-pt FGs, 26.7% from made 3-pt FGs and 22.1% from made free throws.  The net increase is +1.31 points from made 2′s, +0.53 points from made 3′s and +2.04 points from made free throws.  In conference games only this year, 50.7% of points come from made 2-pt FGs, 26.8% from made 3′s and 22.6% from made free throws.

Average Margin Per Game: +14.4 PPG: The average margin in 2012-13 was +13.1 PPG, but was +14.3 PPG through the same period last season.  The average margin in non-conference play is 17.1 PPG compared to 10.8 PPG in conference play.

Possessions Per Game: Up 2.8% (1.9 possession per game); from 66.7 to 68.6 possessions per game per team.  Possessions are 2.6 possessions per game lower in conference play than non-conference play this year.

Field Goal Attempts: Up 2.1% (1.1 FGA per game); from 55.0 to 56.1 FGA: Team field goal percentage is at 43.9%, up from 43.3% last year.  Field goals made are up 3.5%. Field goal attempts are at their highest mark since 2002-03 (56.4 FGA/game).  Teams are attempting 2.3 fewer field goals in conference play than non-conference (down 4.1%), but FGAs are only down 0.3% per possession in conference play.

3-pt Field Goal Attempts: Up 2.1% (0.4 3-ptA per game); from 18.1 to 18.5 3-ptA: 3-pt field goal percentage is at 34.3%, down from 34.1% last year.  3-pt field goal attempts are at their highest number since an all-time high in 2007-08 (19.1 per game).

Free Throw Attempts: Up 14.6% (2.9 FTA per game); from 19.8 to 22.6 FTA: Team free throw percentage is at 69.5% (69.3% last year).  Teams are making 2.0 more free throws per game this year.  Free throw attempts are at their highest mark since 1993-94 (23.2 FTA/game).  Free Throw Attempts fell from 23.5 in November to 21.9 in December, but have risen to 22.3 per game so far in January.  Free Throw Attempts have remained relatively constant in non-conference (22.8) and conference (22.4).

Turnovers: Down 4.0% (0.5 turnovers per game); 13.3 to 12.8 turnovers: Turnovers per possession are down 6.6% while steals per possession are down 8.5%.  More plays that used to be steals/turnovers are being called fouls.

Personal Fouls: Up 9.8% (1.7 fouls per game); 17.7 to 19.4 fouls: Personal fouls are at their highest mark since 2000-01 (19.92 fouls per game).  Fouls per possession are up 6.7%.  Fouls are up 2.4% per possession from non-conference to conference this season.

Comparative analysis includes data from all games involving Division-I teams for the 2013-14 season.  Historical data is courtesy of the NCAA and can be found here.

Overall data differs slightly from NCAA data due to inclusion of games involving Division-I teams vs. Non Division-I teams.  As more D-I vs. D-I games are played, the included data is further diluted.

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