Just to explain, SOS is only telling in the midst of a season. Historical SOS tells you nothing about how a team scheduled. Useful information if you wanted to know what kind of scheduling the coach did would be to have a link of the team's schedule with those team's records. The number by SOS at the end of the season is probably 75% a reflection of how far you got in the postseason. My recent title, going into the postseason I had played a good non-con but my conference was very down - had one of the worst records in non-con, so my SOS wasn't particularly great - maybe 50s. Played 6 NT games... and my ending SOS was 3. Does that mean I had the 3rd hardest schedule? Of course not. It means I had 6 extra games against teams with great records that inflated my ending SOS. Does that make sense? If you wanted to know how a person scheduled, the only way to know is to see their schedule; end of season SOS doesn't tell you that. It's a worthless number. If they want to add it to the history page that's fine, it's no big deal and I'll get used to it. It just gets in the way of the important information imho.