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|6 weeks 5 days ago||Seriously though what's the||
Seriously though what's the Kenpom line? I'm curious.
A note that Kenpom has expected an average margin of victory of 2.2 (we were supposed to lose Florida by 5, everything else was a predicted close win except 13 against SDSU), and our actual margin of victory has been 13.4. So I'd like to know the Kenpom line so I can add 11.2 to it. I know that is not how things work at all but I don't care we're playing in the National Championship eeeeeeeee
EDIT: Per Ace on Twitter, Louisville by 5.
|4 years 21 weeks ago||Chances are they're too||
Chances are they're too highly ranked to really make a difference on our rank. I guess technically they could fall out and everyone might get bumped up, but, I think its also reasonable (based on how they voted for Minnesota last week) that, any bump we get is decreased by voters suddenly putting West Virginia in the top 20.
|4 years 21 weeks ago||Sure, we're probably out of||
Sure, we're probably out of the running for the regular season conference title, but, if we can get hot right now, get a first round bye, we can definitely win a game in Detroit in March, which should get us into the NCAA tournament, if not two, which WILL get us into the NCAA tournament.
|4 years 21 weeks ago||Oh, hey, found||
Oh, hey, found it.
|4 years 22 weeks ago||You're probably right. Lazy||
You're probably right. Lazy research on my part. I'll edit. Probably not now.
|4 years 23 weeks ago||I'd be down.||
I mean, I know it costs money, but, if they could find the funding to bump up Lax, then they could bump up womens hockey, and, well, do you really think a womens hockey team couldn't grab a crowd at Yost?
|4 years 24 weeks ago||We'll be ranked after we beat||
We'll be ranked after we beat Oakland. I know that's a couple weeks off, but, if we can pick up a convincing win against a decent team like, them, we'll be ranked. As far as next week's poll goes, our only hope is killing EMU, and hoping #23 Davidson loses to a solid West Virginia team in Morgantown, and #20 Ohio State loses to an undefeated Butler in Columbus. It would also help if Dayton lost at Creighton, and, while its unlikely, South Carolina State upset Clemson at home. It's also not unreasonable that BYU loses to Boise State and/or Portland.
As far as the rest of the bottom 5 and the teams that separate us from polls, I can't see Baylor, Marquette, Kansas, or Miami (FL) losing.