Does the Concordia game count on our record?

Submitted by lilpenny1316 on December 1st, 2010 at 10:55 AM

I ask this question for two reasons.  One, it's a nice departure from the apparent flavor of the week on here.  Second, I want to take my 3 year old and 1 year old daughters to their first hoops game.  I figured a game against supposed cupcake would be a good introduction for them. 

Odds are the arena will not be filled to capacity, so there should be more room for the girls to roam in the aisle.  Plus if I need to take them for a walk in the concourse, then I won't be too upset about missing a few minutes in the middle of a blowout. 

But my competitive side only wants to see a game that will actually count towards their record.  So is the Concordia game legit from that standpoint or should I pick another game, like against North Carolina Central?

Thanks!

Comments

Raoul

December 1st, 2010 at 11:32 AM ^

It's not an exhibition game, so it will count on the record. Concordia isn't D-1, though, so the game won't figure into Michigan's RPI.

You should consider taking your daughters to a women's basketball game--cheap tickets, free parking, sit wherever you want, improved chances of getting a free T-shirt. Downside: same PA announcer.

Raoul

December 1st, 2010 at 3:44 PM ^

No, he's just talking about the free pizza that the cheerleaders and dance team members hand out to random fans once a game.

At a women's game, a three-year-old jumping around in an aisle near the floor stands a good chance of snagging one of those free pizzas.