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|RK||TEAM||CONF||W-L||Proj W-L||Conf W-L||Proj Conf W-L||Win Conf (Reg)||Rem SOS RK|
|3||William & MaryW&M||CAA||21-11||21.0-11.0||13-5||13.0-5.0||<0.1%||--|
- Proj W-L: Projected overall W-L, accounting for results to date and BPI-based projections for remaining scheduled games. It is the average W-L from the season simulations.
- Proj Conf W-L: Projected Conference W-L, accounting for results to date and BPI-based projections for remaining scheduled games. It is the average conference W-L from the season simulations.
- Win Conf (Reg): Chance to at least share the best conference W-L record in a team's conference based on simulations. No tie-breaking is applied.
- Rem SOS RK: Remaining Strength of Schedule rank among all Division I teams based on how a typical top 25 team would do against each team's future schedule. SOS accounts for the game location, day's rest, travel distance, and high altitude in addition to opponent strength.