The Cody Kellner Points Index (CKPI) gives each team a rating that is reflective of their strength of schedule and the success they had within it. This is accomplished by using a least squares regression model which recalculates each formula until all ratings stabilize by use of simultaneous equations. These characteristics are what make the CKPI known as an “advanced ratings system.”
The results from the previous season will be weighted at a decreasing rate as the current season progresses. Margin of victory is considered in the CKPI ratings and evaluated based on how much a team dominated a game in terms of the number of points they scored in comparison to their opponent.
Individual statistics, upcoming games, injuries, conference affiliation, and location of games are not considered in the CKPI ratings.
Please note: The CKPI is based on the past and should never be used as a method of prediction.