What is KenPom luck rating?
One stat that’s stood out to me as interesting is the “luck” rating, which effectively compares a team’s actual output to their expected output, where positive numbers indicate greater “luck.” In that way, it’s similar to the Pythagorean win-loss record that is fairly prevalent in certain baseball circles.
What is KenPom statistics?
Luck rating (Luck): KenPom defines this as a measure of the deviation between a team’s actual winning percentage and what one would expect from its game-by-game efficiencies. Essentially, a team involved in a lot of close games should not win (or lose) all of them.
Is KenPom predictive?
The KenPom ratings are highly influential when it comes to betting on college basketball. But the predictive part of the site also factors in home-court advantage, so KenPom will frequently predict that a lower-ranked team will win, depending on where the game is played.
What is KenPom’s prediction for BYU-Vanderbilt?
Ken Pomeroy, the industry leader in predictive college basketball analytics, cemented his BYU-Vanderbilt prediction on Wednesday night. KenPom gives BYU a 73% chance to win with an expected final score of 70-64. KenPom’s prediction mirrors the line that oddsmakers have set for this game.
What does KenPom’s prediction for BYU basketball game mean?
KenPom gives BYU a 73% chance to win with an expected final score of 70-64. KenPom’s prediction mirrors the line that oddsmakers have set for this game. BYU is a 5.5-point favorite and the over/under is set at 133.5. Meaning the oddsmakers expect a final score in the ballpark of 70-64 or 69-64 in favor of BYU.
Where is BYU ranked in KenPom college basketball rankings?
As of the time of this article, BYU is ranked 22nd in the KenPom college basketball rankings. Vanderbilt is ranked 77th, Stanford is 89th, and Liberty is 122nd. Should the Cougars defeat Vanderbilt and advance to the championship, they would be favored over either Stanford or Liberty.