Defense wins championships? Not necessarily, as teams that put up better numbers on offense are often the ones cutting down the nets.
NCAA tournament contenders can be sorted into statistical categories to see how much noise they will make in the tournament.
Even though there is no clear-cut favorite this year, history shows the tournament might not be as wide-open as some might think.
The number of teams meeting the benchmarks of champions is dwindling as we approach tournament time.
A taxonomy of tourney coaches reveals eight classes of experience and success.
Seven teams meet Peter Tiernan's 'champ check' criteria, and after the top teams are listed, there's a precipitous drop-off.
When conferences have strong performances in the regular season, they often fall short of expectations during March Madness.
The list of teams meeting the Champ Check requirements has grown, but scoring gets a further examination.
Here's what a blowout loss in the regular season has meant to a team's NCAA championship chances.
We learn all top seeds in the NCAA tournament are not legitimate contenders in the latest lesson of Bracket Science.
Six teams meet at least one of the three bracketscience.com champ tests.
Which NCAA tournament teams and coaches exceed expectations? Peter Tiernan has the answer in his latest Bracket Science 101 lesson.
Wanna know the science behind filling out a great bracket? Peter Tiernan takes you on the first step of that journey.
Peter Tiernan checked the data, and eight teams are currently checking all the boxes characteristic of a national champ. Minnesota and Ohio State are not among them.
Forty-five days out from the NCAA bracket announcement, Peter Tiernan checks the data and tells you what teams have the right numbers to make a championship run.