Mason NEEDS this, Pistons, after all you've put him through
Working on another wallpaper this coming week, but here's another since the last one people were commenting that they didn't like the "artsy" stylings of the recent ones. I like how this turned out, but as always, I'm open to constructive criticism to help me provide more of what the MGoCommunity is looking for.
EDIT: Already nitpicked at my own design. Corrected the alignment of the "the road to march" text area. Not sure why I didn't catch that since I'd originally had it right. Oh well. Carry on.
- Desktop (16:9) -
Mobile version to come!
A good watch if you have 22 minutes to spare! I searched around a bit and haven't seen anything posted, so apologies in advance if I missed it.
On BTN now; 8:00 left.
UM up by 5 and trying for their first win (Seniors) against Li'l Sis.
Go Lady Wolverines.
I'm sure this makes sense to someone, but after just playing 4 top-20 teams (3 top 10) within 10 days, our strength of schedule is #25 in the country. Who has played a "tougher" schedule so far (with SOS rank in parentheses):
-New Mexico (#4): played 0 (currently) ranked teams
-Miami (#1): played 4 ranked teams
-Oklahoma (#7); played 5 ranked teams
-Arizona (#10): played 2 ranked teams
-Florida (#16): played 5 ranked teams
In short, WTF? In a world where NMU is considered to have the 4th toughest schedule and #3 RPI, I wonder what the point is of any of these numbers. Of course, they make for conversation, but clearly something is massively out of whack. Maybe this is a reason that the B1G fairs not as well as expected come tourney time. Thoughts? Am I just looking at these ranking incorrectly?