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E. D. dissertation, Harvard University, Dept. of Statistics. Harrison, P. , and Stevens, C. F. (1976), "Bayesian Forecasting," Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Ser. B, 38, 240-247. Harville, D. (1977), 'The Use of Linear Model Methodology to Rate High School or College Football Teams," Journal of the American Statistical Association, 72, 278-289. (1980), "Predictions for National Football League Games via Linear-Model Methodology," Journal of the American Statistical Association, 75, 516-524.
Rather than redo the entire analysis, we checked the sensitivity of our inferences to the normal assumption by reweighting the posterior draws from the Gibbs sampler by ratios of importance weights (relating the normal model to a variety of t models). The reweighting is easily done and provides information about how inferences would be likely to change under alternative models. Our conclusion is that using a robust alternative can slightly alter estimates of team strength but does not have a significant effect on the predictive performance.
A number of authors have examined the point spread as a predictor of game outcomes, including Amoako-Adu, Manner, and Yagil (1985), Stern (1991), and Zuber, Gandar, and Bowers (1985). Stern, in particular, showed that modeling the score difference of a game to have a mean equal to the point spread is empirically justifiable. We demonstrate that our model performs at least as well as the Las Vegas line for predicting game outcomes for the latter half of the 1993 season. Other work on modeling NFL football outcomes (Stefani 1977, 1980; Stern 1992; Thompson 1975) has not incorporated the stochastic nature of team strengths.