**BY CHARLES SCUDDER | @cscudder**

Historically, the team with the winning rider of the men’s ITTs has a 75 percent chance of hoisting the Borg-Warner Trophy, while 33.3 percent of women’s ITT winners win the race.

But without analyzing the performance of every single cyclist for the past 20 years of ITT results — that’s at least 5,000 riders, for those of you keeping score at home — it is nearly impossible to produce a model for predicting how ITT performance weighs into the probability each team has to win the race.

If we rank each rider from Saturday and award points per position — first gets one point, second gets two points, third gets three, etc. — we start to get a picture of team performance in an individualized event.

**MEN**

Northern Indiana Cycling — 66

Alpha Epsilon Pi — 89

Beta Theta Pi — 106

Cutters — 111

Evans Scholars — 111

Phi Kappa Tau — 128

Sigma Chi — 135

Phi Gamma Delta — 156

Dodd’s House — 184

Delta Tau Delta — 221

Pi Kappa Alpha — 237

Black Key Bulls — 250

Forest — 278

Wright Cycling — 286

Alpha Tau Omega — 298

Delta Chi — 309

Phi Kappa Sigma — 350

Delta Sigma Pi — 351

Phi Kappa Psi — 353

Sigma Phi Epsilon — 360

Phi Sigma Kappa — 360

Gray Goat — 403

Sigma Nu — 409

Kappa Delta Rho — 481

Sigma Alpha Mu — 495

Sigma Alpha Epsilon — 547

Delta Upsilon — 574

Phi Delta Theta — 590

CSF — 600

Lambda Chi Alpha — 697

Collins — 965

Sigma Pi — ND

Pi Kappa Phi — ND

**WOMEN**

Army — 113

Mezcla — 131

Chi Omega — 162

Cru — 163

Delta Sigma Pi — 168

Ski — 181

Kappa Alpha Theta — 185

Melanzana — 193

Alpha Sigma Alpha — 227

Theta Phi Alpha — 240

CSF — 246

Alpha Chi Omega — 255

Kappa Kappa Gamma — 262

Alpha Xi Delta — 268

Teter — 284

Sigma Delta Tau — 288

Phi Mu — 316

Zeta Tau Alpha — 316

Delta Zeta — 345

Delta Gamma —358

Alpha Omicron Pi —360

Alpha Gamma Delta — 389

Wing It — 392

RideOn — 400

Gamma Phi Beta — 411

Alpha Delta Pi — 417

IU Nursing — 460

Delta Phi Epsilon — 497

Collins — 650

Kappa Delta — 782

Air Force — ND

Delta Delta Delta — ND

Alpha Phi — ND

But those statistics aren’t exactly fair, either. Northern Indiana Cycling, which scored 66 points in our model, only had one rider who placed 66th. Collins, which placed dead last in the men’s rankings, had eight riders, making their point total much higher.