That really was an interesting write-up, and he makes several very important points like: Better teams tend to beat their opponents by more than less better teams, which describes the Gators and Indiana.
So, the two most destructive teams are Florida and Indiana
In games decided by 6 points or less, Indiana
lost at home, 86-88 to Butler
Beat Iowa in Iowa City 69-65
lost at home to Wisconsin 59-64
Beat Michigan State at home 75-70
lost at Illinois 72-74
Beat Michigan State at Michigan 72-68
Lost at Minnesota 73-77
So, they are 3 - 4 in "close games" - 1-2 at home and 2-2 on the road.
Rather interesting that they have a better road than home record in close games - exactly the opposite of the Gators - Ohhhh - wait - the Gators have had no close losses or wins at home, although they were behind by 8 midway through the 2nd half against Bama when they had 2 players still recovering (Yeguete & Frazier), but ended up winning by 12 - so, that doesn't count as "close."
It was also consistent with the Gators 2006 and 2007 teams both of which lost several close games during the regular season, but won the couple they faced in the various tournaments they won.
Interesting analysis. By the way, New Mexico is playing in a conference that is likely below the SEC in competition. They did beat Connecticut at home, who is 9-8 in the Big East; they did beat Mercer at home; they did beat Southern Cal at home, they lost to S. Dakota State at home, they beat Cincinnati in Cincinnati (55-54), the lost at St. Louis; they were stomped at San Diego State 34-55 (much like the Gators were against Arkansas, although the Gators pulled to within 11 before the end), and they lost at UNLV. I'm not sure that I consider that a very impressive record, but he makes the point that they do appear to play down to their competition, with only a couple of greater than 20 point victories, and two solid losses, the 21 point San Diego State loss and a 14 point loss in St. Louis.