JG: Well, "my" methods are of course ones I've learned from innovators like former North Carolina coach Dean Smith and basketball analyst Dean Oliver. But I hope those methods, whoever's applying them at a given point in time, have helped correct at least two misconceptions. Speaking first to the team level, there should be no such term as "scoring defense." A college team that allows 60 points a game might be a really good defense, a really bad one, or anything in between. If North Carolina does it while averaging 75 possessions a game, they're a really good defense. If Iowa does it while averaging 57 possessions per game, they're not so good on D.