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Performance Against Seed Expectations (PASE) explained

Updated: March 10, 2008, 1:00 PM ET
By Peter Tiernan | Special to ESPN Insider

PASE, which stands for "Performance Against Seed Expectations," measures the average number of wins a team attains above or below the number its seed position would dictate that it achieves. PASE is calculated by tallying the positive or negative differences between actual and expected wins at each seed position. The total of these differences is then divided by the number of appearances to arrive at an average number of games the team either over-performs or under-performs per tournament.

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