2009 W Tourney Pool at Yahoo Group ID #93207 password crz
I'm using the Yahoo default scoring. If someone else wants to open up another pool with customized scoring, bonus points etc. just put the info in the thread and we'll go with multiple pools. Multiple questions on the Dayton set-up to the Brackets. Putting a #8 Ohio State inside the state of Ohio seems like an undeserved advantage. Putting two #1 seeds there means the paying customers get two 1 vs. 16 games to sit through. And then this: You are a Dayton Flyer season ticket holder and able to get NCAA tickets. Your team had a good season and made the NCAA tourney. Now, wouldn't the slightest amount of common sense by the Tourney Selection Committee mean that Dayton would play on the days opposite when their home court is hosting Tourney games?
Originally posted by redsoxnationYou are a Dayton Flyer season ticket holder and able to get NCAA tickets. Your team had a good season and made the NCAA tourney. Now, wouldn't the slightest amount of common sense by the Tourney Selection Committee mean that Dayton would play on the days opposite when their home court is hosting Tourney games?
Besides the traditional bracket, it also includes: 1. Game days, times and location 2. How they got there 3. RPI Rank 4. Strength of Schedule Rank 5. Record over their last 12 games 6. Announcers for each game 7. The "lyrics" to CBS' NCAA bumper music.
Gawd Damn, I love the NCAA tournament (despite UK's absence this year - but printed the NIT bracket last night too!).
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I just want to know how the hell a team that didn't win it's conference in the regular season or tournament(Oklahoma) gets a higher seed and better location than the team that won the regular season(Kansas) and tournament championships(Missouri). And I'm willing to bet either team would be a better draw ticket-wise also. Of course, they could have shipped KU to Siberia and I wouldnt have a complaint.
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BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!! No, seriously, here are the first round scoring averages of the Pistons and the Western teams left in the playoffs: Detroit: 98.2 San Antonio: 97.5 LA Lakers: 90.0 Sacramento: 98.2 Minnesota: 94.2 So quit the bitching.