Attending Bowling Green State University where he majored in Accounting, Finance, Applied Economics, and Business Intelligence and Analytics, Trevor graduated in 2014 as the Outstanding Graduating Senior. During his tenure at Bowling Green State, Trevor impacted every corner of campus – including serving as President of both his social and professional fraternities and as a student ambassador for the College of Business.
Trevor used his background in Business Analytics as a foundation for creating his Bischoff Football model, which was created to predict NFL game outcomes in 2014 using only 3 variables. He first benchmarked his model against Nate Silver’s Elo and Microsoft’s Cortana, beating Cortana his first year. Trevor improved upon the 2014 Bischoff model and created Amos in 2015 to predict NFL outcomes. See current Amos predictions here.
Trevor has since expanded his prediction portfolio by adding Atlas, the Major League Baseball predictor, with more models on the way.
This website serves as both a professional space for collaboration, friends, and peers to contact and keep up with Trevor, but also a space to share some of Trevor’s work, projects, and advice.