You might not notice lag but the people you play with may be. WiFi sucks for online games because you can get random interference you can do nothing about. your college WiFi sucks more because you have even more devices talking and only one will get its message through, even if they are on different APs two radios on or near the same channel will interfere with each other. Sorry but that's how physics works.
Hardwire your console and you won't have random radio noise (which even microwaves produce) destroying packets .
I never had drop outs either also thought the game ran fine, but changing to hardwire I actually had to relearn how to play and there was a noticeable difference.
Is it going to differentiate legit network errors over actually pulling/quitting the game? There have been countless times, a random lag spike occurs forcing the game to lag out and then certain users automatically assume it was a rage quit.
I'm not saying what you said here is wrong- I just find it ironic that these random "lag" spikes don't happen when I'm getting my ass handed to me on a silver platter, and only seem to occur when my opponent is getting smashed..