Preferably you would like to avoid PSU in the quarters if at all possible but getting is what really matters. Either way your going to run up against a pretty good team.Funny from Quint.
We beat two of these our bubble teams head to head and have better computer numbers than them.
I feel like they are just putting us on that list to have a discussion point.
For Jeremy is better to be the 8 and potentially play Penn State second round or be unseeded and on the other side of the bracket.
Towson got the AQ and Syracuse got the last seed. No need to apoligize!!!!
Hopkins got the last at large. You were in need of medical help regarding Cornell. Other than that, not awful.I suggest all
(1) read the NCAA Selection Criteria
(2) try to read and comprehend correctly what the page accurately says
The Criteria is based on RPI, SOS and Quality Wins and Losses. For example, Cornell is ahead of Syracuse because their rankings are: 12, 1 and 8 whereas Syracuse is 10, 9 and 12. That means Syracuse has a better RPI but Cornell has a tougher schedule and better quality wins. All three count. The committee does not have head-to-head as a primary criteria.
At present this is the probable order of at-large assuming Yale and Penn State get the AQ
(6) Notre Dame
Only 8 get in so to guess which ones the Committee will select, you need to examine the RPI, SOS and QW rankings. If two teams are very close for the last at-large selection, the committee examines secondary criteria.
According to the team sheets the NCAA released on May 3, Cornell's SOS was 11, not 3 as Larry Laxbyte kept insisting. Of the 9 top at-large teams, Cornell's SOS was in 8th place, ahead of only Maryland.Hopkins got the last at large. You were in need of medical help regarding Cornell. Other than that, not awful.