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So let's start with the Addenda.
The NCAA has not released downloadable NET data, team sheets, etc since March 2020.
So I haven't been doing any of the fun stuff with the rankings, SOS, etc this year. (In hindsight, this looks like a good year to have stepped away from the numbers.) Note that my weekly ramblings predated my finding this NCAA download site by over a decade. But I haven't found a place that gives everything in one place AND will copy/paste easily into EXCEL. If you are still interested in seeing what is happening around college basketball, here are a few sites that might prove useful:
Here you'll find the six computer rankings that are provided to the Selection Committee. You can display everyone or any one conference. This is the only place that I've found that breaks out Q1A record along with the record per quadrant. If they would add Overall Record, Overall SOS, and OOC SOS, this would be a great table. Add conferences to my list of wants AND make it downloadable into EXCEL (one row per school), then you would have a perfect table.
The Warren Nolan site gives a great table and has the team sheets linked in their Nitty Gritty report. As far as I can tell, they don't break out the Q1A results and don't have a way to look at only one conference. The results don't copy/paste well into EXCEL and what you do get takes up two rows for each school.....not good.
Of course, the first two sites are not official and I can't guarantee their accuracy (though I've never found a mistake). The table that the NCAA is updating daily is not completely worthless, but far from complete. Clicking on the column headings will sort the data according to that column, so you can sort by conference or one of the other columns. For instance, sorting on "Quad 1" will show that Ohio St has the most Q1 wins (8-3) and that Gonzaga is second (7-0).
Lastly, I found the Bracketville site when it was ranked at or near the top of reviews of the various bracketology sites. I've posted a number of rants against Lundardi (ESPN) and Palm (CBS) over the years, but have never dissected Bracketville. It would be interesting to do just that, but I'll need downloadable data before I will attempt any analysis.