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Old 08-11-2014, 07:51 PM   #301
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At his request, I have moved Kuji Chagulia to St. Louis. I have also made a change to this dynasty..

Effective immediately, I have resigned as commissioner of the MVC. The reason for this is simple, I don't have as much time to invest in this as I did, and I want the focus to be on the FOFC coaches. So I won't be following the MVC like I have been, the coach reports for the MVC will be the same as the non-MVC, but I will still have polls every week.

This could change in the future, and if you guys really want me to keep up the same format for the MVC, I could, but as of now I just planned on doing FOFC coaches and nothing else.

This also means that ALL coaches, MVC and non-MVC, are at the mercy of the game. I won't be making any more hiring or firing decisions.
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Old 08-11-2014, 10:08 PM   #302
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Old 08-17-2014, 12:11 PM   #303
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Since I am doing away with being the commissioner of the MVC, all MVC and non-MVC teams will be lumped into one post, there will be no more separation between MVC and non-MVC since I'm only interested in how the FOFC coaches do now. That being said:

2019-2020 FOFC Coach Hot seat Ratings

Score Galore (Bryant) -- The expectations are higher this year, as the board wants a .500 conference record. Mr. Galores hot seat is average.

Cillian O'Reilly (Maine) -- Maine is expected to be in the NCAA Tournament this season. Lofty goals, but at least Cillian's hot seat is cool.

Ekeje Bafou (UMass Lowell) -- Also some lofty goals for Ekeje, as he is expected to lead his team to a .500 conference record, with an average hot seat.

Kuji Chagulia (St. Louis) -- His first year at St. Louis is crucial, as the board expects Kuji to have St. Louis competing for the conference championship, and his hot seat is already average. Yikes!

Roy Rogers (High Point) -- Roy's hot seat is average, and the board wants High Point to have a .500 conference record.

B.B. Gunn (Hawaii) -- B.B. can't quite get Hawaii over the hump, as the board still wants the Warriors competing for the conference title. B.B. has an average hot seat.

Alex Donovan (Bradley) -- As is the case for the majority of the teams, Bradley's board wants them to finish .500 in the MVC. Alex has an average hot seat.

Randolph Childress (Drake) -- Randolph has a nice cool seat this season, as the Drake board feels they can compete for the conference championship.

DeShawn St. John (Evansville) -- DeShawn's rookie year didn't go as well as he would have hoped, and the board is making it tough, expecting the Aces to be in the NCAA tournament this season. His seat is average.

Timmy Tribble (Illinois St.) -- The goal is simple for Illinois St., win the MVC title, whether it be the regular season or the postseason, the Illinois St. board wants a trophy. Timmy's seat is average.

Jawouk Bafou (Loyola Chicago) -- Jawouk has been steady for Loyola, as his seat is cool. Now the board would like him to lead Loyola to a .500 MVC record.

Ernesto Lopez (Northern Iowa) -- The board would like to see the Panthers in the top 2 or 3 when it comes to the end of the MVC season, and Ernesto has an average seat.

Patrick Hutt (BYU) -- Not the best of starts for Patrick at BYU last season, but the board hasn't let up. They still expect BYU to be in the Sweet Sixteen, and Patrick has an average seat.
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Old 08-17-2014, 12:16 PM   #304
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2019 Season Tournaments

Illinois St. will be the 7th seed in the 2019 Coaches Invitational and will take on Texas A&M first round.

Drake will be the 6th seed in the 2019 Las Vegas Challenge and will open up against Xavier.

Northern Iowa will be the 6th seed in the 2019 Las Vegas Shootout and will start against Stony Brook.

St. Louis is the 5th seed in the 2019 Paradise Shootout and will open up against Gonzaga.

Bradley is the 14th seed in the 2019 Preseason NIT and will open up against Missouri.

Evansville will be the 4th seed in the 4 team 2019 Youth Invitational and will open up against Memphis.

No other FOFC teams were invited to a preseason tournament this year, so only 6 of our 13 FOFC teams get a tournament. Not good.
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Old 08-19-2014, 10:52 PM   #305
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2 out of my 3 coaches in the preseason tournaments... not bad.
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Old 08-20-2014, 08:10 PM   #306
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2019 Season Tournament Wrap-Up

2019 Coaches Invitational

Illinois St. lost to (10) Texas A&M 84-71 in the first round.

2019 Las Vegas Challenge

Drake beat (3) Xavier 98-91 in the first round, then lost in the winners bracket semifinals 88-80 to (2) Washington, then lost the third place game 67-63 to (5) Tulane.

2019 Las Vegas Shootout

Northern Iowa won their first round game 94-86 against (11) Stony Brook, then lost 87-78 to (3) California in the quarterfinals.

2019 Paradise Shootout

St. Louis started out the season well, beating (4) Gonzaga 78-70 in the first round, then beating (1) Texas 66-57 in the winners bracket semifinals, and finished it off with a 64-42 stomping of (2) Tennessee in the championship game! Congrats to Kuji Chagulia who has his new team off to a roaring start!

2019 Preseason NIT

Bradley was hammered 85-34 by (3) Missouri in the first round, making their trip a very painful one.

2019 Youth Invitational

Evansville lost to (1) Memphis 67-62 in the first round of this 4 team tournament, then lost to (2) UCLA 70-56 in the third place game.
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Old 08-20-2014, 09:07 PM   #307
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Congrats to Kuji Chagulia who has his new team off to a roaring start!
Betta recognize, fools!

I mean... the opposition was tough, so I'm glad to have made it through the tournament.
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Old 09-02-2014, 11:25 PM   #308
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As I said in another post, this will be a slow moving dynasty for a while, as I've added another job. I'm not abandoning it, but posts may be limited to 1 a week, if that. Be patient everybody, as I will get back into this hot and heavy, hopefully soon.
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Old 09-19-2014, 02:05 PM   #309
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For those that are wondering (if anybody is still following since it's been so long) I WILL have at least 2 weeks of the current season simmed and posted on tomorrow, and I'm hoping to do a second post tomorrow as well. The posts shouldn't take long, so I'll keep them weekly. If it gets to be too demanding I may switch it up.

Let me know if people are still following or if they've given up on this!
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Old 09-19-2014, 02:51 PM   #310
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Old 09-19-2014, 11:06 PM   #311
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Old 09-20-2014, 03:02 PM   #312
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Here is how our FOFC teams have fared through Dec. 29, 2019:

Bryant (Score Galore) -- 8-5, 1-0 America East. The Bulldogs played some pretty tough teams in the non-conference season, beating Kansas St. and narrowly losing to Boston College and #9 Syracuse, all on the road. They won their conference opener 68-55.

Maine (Cillian O'Reilly) -- 6-7, 0-1 America East. Maine was able to defeat Boston College in a non-conference game, but lost the America East opener 93-77 to Binghamton.

UMass Lowell (Ekeje Bafou) -- 6-6, 0-1 America East. The River Hawks strongest non-conference wins are at UMass and at Harvard. They lost their conference opener 68-55 to Bryant.

St. Louis (Kuji Chagulia) -- 11-2, 0-0 Atlantic Ten. After winning the Paradise Shootout, the Billikens have stayed hot, although the rest of their non-conference schedule includes just 2 teams with winning records currently.

High Point (Roy Rogers) -- 4-7, 1-0 Big South. The Panthers opened the season by shocking Clemson, but in their last game they gave up 113 points to Florida St. Ouch!

Hawaii (B.B. Gunn) -- 5-4, 0-0 Big West. Hawaii missed a chance for a big RPI builder, losing at Air Force by 3, a team that has only lost twice all season. Just a quick look at the Big West tells me the Warriors have a very legit shot to win it this year.

Bradley (Alex Donovan) -- 3-9, 0-2 MVC. Not a great start again for the Braves, who have already lost their first 2 conference games and their average margin of defeat so far this season is over 21 points. Yikes!

Drake (Randolph Childress) -- 6-6, 0-1 MVC. Drake lost by 8 to a Georgetown team that is ranked #3 in the nation currently, and has handed St. Louis 1 of their 2 losses, so the pieces are there in what looks to be another down year for the MVC.

Evansville (Deshawn St. John) -- 3-9, 1-1 MVC. Keep in mind Evansville was a 24 win team just 3 seasons ago, but that has been by far their best mark since I started this dynasty. There just isn't a lot of talent going to the MVC anymore. Mr. St. John has work to do.

Illinois State (Timmy Tribble) -- 5-6, 2-0 MVC. A promising start as the Redbirds have won their first 2 MVC games, and to their credit played a very tough non-conference schedule, even beating a Marquette team that is currently in the top 25.

Loyola Chicago (Jawouk Bafou) -- 6-4, 2-0 MVC. Another team that has won their first 2 conference games, as Loyola continues to be the one MVC team to improve every year, at lest in conference. Let's hope they can keep it up.

Northern Iowa (Ernesto Lopez) -- 5-7, 1-1 MVC. The Panthers have solid wins at Florida St. and Washington St., but still look to get back to the dominant MVC team they used to be, as they've split their first 2 MVC games of the season.

BYU (Patrick Hutt) -- 9-3, 1-0 -- The Cougars have won 5 in a row, including a buzzer beating win over Arizona, who is currently atop the RPI charts in the early season. They also had a 1 point loss to a Utah team they used to have a rivalry with.

Here's a look at the top 25 polls:

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Top 25 # Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference test test test test -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Pittsburgh (70) 12-0 1798 1 Atlantic Coast Conference 2. Oklahoma State (2) 10-0 1730 3 Big 12 Conference 3. Georgetown 11-1 1626 2 Big East Conference 4. Michigan 11-0 1612 4 Big Ten Conference 5. Southern California 10-1 1400 11 Pacific-12 Conference 6. Wisconsin 9-1 1378 5 Big Ten Conference 7. Villanova 11-1 1363 7 Big East Conference 8. Fresno State 12-0 1298 9 Mountain West Conference 9. Syracuse 11-2 1240 13 Atlantic Coast Conference 10. Mississippi 10-0 1130 12 Southeastern Conference 11. Connecticut 11-2 1116 17 American Athletic Conference 12. Ohio State 10-2 1092 14 Big Ten Conference 13. Baylor 8-1 924 18 Big 12 Conference 14. Temple 9-2 742 19 American Athletic Conference 15. UW Milwaukee 12-1 689 20 Horizon League 16. Alabama 9-2 645 21 Southeastern Conference 17. Xavier 10-1 585 16 Big East Conference 18. Texas 10-2 555 22 Big 12 Conference 19. North Carolina State 10-1 548 NR Atlantic Coast Conference 20. Marquette 8-2 537 8 Big East Conference 21. Louisville 9-2 447 6 Atlantic Coast Conference 22. Utah 9-1 289 NR Pacific-12 Conference 23. North Carolina 9-2 283 25 Atlantic Coast Conference 24. North Texas 10-1 176 NR Conference USA 25. Purdue 10-2 120 NR Big Ten Conference Others Receiving Votes: Missouri 6-3 28 Southeastern Conference Miami 8-2 18 Atlantic Coast Conference Oregon 9-2 12 Pacific-12 Conference Saint Louis 11-2 8 Atlantic 10 Conference Kentucky 8-3 4 Southeastern Conference Duke 8-3 2 Atlantic Coast Conference Florida 8-2 2 Southeastern Conference Stanford 8-3 1 Pacific-12 Conference Tennessee 9-2 1 Southeastern Conference Troy 11-2 1 Sun Belt Conference


And the mid-major top 25:

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Mid Major Top 25 # Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference test test test test -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Fresno State (72) 12-0 1800 1 Mountain West Conference 2. UW Milwaukee 12-1 1728 2 Horizon League 3. North Texas 10-1 1653 4 Conference USA 4. Saint Louis 11-2 1565 8 Atlantic 10 Conference 5. Wichita State 10-2 1486 9 Missouri Valley Conference 6. Troy 11-2 1392 6 Sun Belt Conference 7. Air Force 10-2 1380 5 Mountain West Conference 8. Hofstra 9-2 1275 3 Colonial Athletic Association 9. UW Green Bay 10-2 1181 16 Horizon League 10. Duquesne 9-2 1130 21 Atlantic 10 Conference 11. Saint Mary's 9-3 1077 NR West Coast Conference 12. Chattanooga 9-2 1021 7 Southern Conference 13. Sacramento State 7-2 1018 20 Big Sky Conference 14. Brigham Young 9-3 905 NR West Coast Conference 15. Princeton 10-3 657 17 Ivy League 16. UNLV 8-3 638 15 Mountain West Conference 17. American 10-3 624 14 Patriot League 18. Northeastern 8-3 537 NR Colonial Athletic Association 19. San Diego State 8-3 525 12 Mountain West Conference 20. Southern Mississippi 7-3 504 NR Conference USA 21. Richmond 10-3 382 NR Atlantic 10 Conference 22. La Salle 7-3 275 22 Atlantic 10 Conference 23. Louisiana Tech 8-3 200 NR Conference USA 24. Wyoming 7-3 144 NR Mountain West Conference 25. Samford 8-3 109 23 Southern Conference Others Receiving Votes: Towson 8-3 85 Colonial Athletic Association Weber State 6-3 68 Big Sky Conference Alcorn State 6-3 23 Southwestern Athletic Conference St. Bonaventure 5-3 18 Atlantic 10 Conference
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Bryant (Score Galore) -- 8-6, 1-1 America East. Only 1 game this week for Bryant, a 71-63 loss at UMBC.

Maine (Cillian O'Reilly) -- 7-8, 1-2 America East. A road split this week for the Black Bears, who won at Hartford 74-60 but lost at Stony Brook 99-85.

UMass Lowell (Ekeje Bafou) -- 7-8, 1-2 America East. The River Hawks also split on the road this week, winning 90-80 at Stony Brook, but getting hammered at New Hampshire 87-46.

St. Louis (Kuji Chagulia) -- 11-3, 0-0 A-Ten. Just 1 game this week for the Lou, who lost 56-53 at home to Southern Illinois.

High Point (Roy Rogers) -- 5-9, 1-1 Big South. The Panthers won a home non-conference game 70-50 against NC Central, then faced conference foe Charleston Southern at home and lost 82-74.

Hawaii (B.B. Gunn) -- 5-5, 0-0 Big West. The Warriors went to Iona this week in their only game, but lost 69-46.

Bradley (Alex Donovan) -- 3-11, 0-4 MVC. 2 road losses this week for the Braves, as they lost 90-59 at Drake, then lost 78-74 in overtime at Missouri St.

Drake (Randolph Childress) -- 8-6, 2-1 MVC. The Bulldogs beat Bradley 90-59 and Northern Iowa 97-71 in a couple home wins this week.

Evansville (DeShawn St. John) -- 5-9, 3-1 MVC. The Aces have started well in conference play, getting 2 tough home games this week and winning both, 61-52 vs. Illinois St. and 64-62 vs. Wichita St.

Illinois St. (Timmy Tribble) -- 6-7, 3-1 MVC. The Redbirds lost 61-52 at Evansville and beat Loyola Chicago on the road 81-73 this week.

Loyola Chicago (Jawouk Bafou) -- 7-5, 3-1 MVC. The Ramblers opened the week by dismantling Wichita St. 71-56, then lost to Illinois St. 81-73, both at home.

Northern Iowa (Ernesto Lopez) -- 6-8, 2-2 MVC. UNI won 98-94 at Missouri St. in a high scoring game, then got hammered at Drake, 97-71.

BYU (Patrick Hutt) -- 11-3, 3-0 WCC. The Cougars had 2 home games this week, beating San Diego 80-69 then beating Portland 69-66.

Here are the top 25 polls for the week:

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Top 25 # Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference test test test test -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Pittsburgh (68) 12-1 1796 1 Atlantic Coast Conference 2. Oklahoma State (4) 11-1 1719 2 Big 12 Conference 3. Georgetown 12-1 1664 3 Big East Conference 4. Villanova 13-1 1557 7 Big East Conference 5. Wisconsin 11-1 1529 6 Big Ten Conference 6. Michigan 11-1 1394 4 Big Ten Conference 7. Baylor 10-1 1290 13 Big 12 Conference 8. Ohio State 11-2 1243 12 Big Ten Conference 9. Mississippi 11-0 1240 10 Southeastern Conference 10. Louisville 11-2 1142 21 Atlantic Coast Conference 11. Temple 11-2 1056 14 American Athletic Conference 12. Texas 12-2 906 18 Big 12 Conference 13. Xavier 12-1 890 17 Big East Conference 14. Alabama 10-2 814 16 Southeastern Conference 15. UW Milwaukee 14-1 769 15 Horizon League 16. Fresno State 13-1 740 8 Mountain West Conference 17. North Carolina 11-2 715 23 Atlantic Coast Conference 18. Southern California 10-2 641 5 Pacific-12 Conference 19. Purdue 10-2 450 25 Big Ten Conference 20. Utah 11-1 439 22 Pacific-12 Conference 21. Syracuse 11-3 430 9 Atlantic Coast Conference 22. Missouri 8-3 329 NR Southeastern Conference 23. Oregon 10-2 177 NR Pacific-12 Conference 24. Kentucky 9-3 144 NR Southeastern Conference 25. Duke 10-3 110 NR Atlantic Coast Conference Others Receiving Votes: Washington 10-2 60 Pacific-12 Conference Marquette 9-3 58 Big East Conference Air Force 12-2 42 Mountain West Conference Tennessee 10-2 27 Southeastern Conference Hofstra 11-2 8 Colonial Athletic Association North Carolina State 10-2 8 Atlantic Coast Conference Miami 9-3 7 Atlantic Coast Conference Connecticut 11-4 6 American Athletic Conference



And the mid-major top 25:

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Mid Major Top 25 # Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference test test test test -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Fresno State (63) 13-1 1791 1 Mountain West Conference 2. UW Milwaukee (9) 14-1 1737 2 Horizon League 3. Air Force 12-2 1610 7 Mountain West Conference 4. Saint Mary's 11-3 1585 11 West Coast Conference 5. Hofstra 11-2 1498 8 Colonial Athletic Association 6. Brigham Young 11-3 1427 14 West Coast Conference 7. North Texas 10-2 1367 3 Conference USA 8. Sacramento State 9-2 1297 13 Big Sky Conference 9. Chattanooga 11-2 1233 12 Southern Conference 10. Saint Louis 11-3 1156 4 Atlantic 10 Conference 11. Troy 12-3 1064 6 Sun Belt Conference 12. Northeastern 10-3 1018 18 Colonial Athletic Association 13. Wyoming 9-3 949 24 Mountain West Conference 14. Samford 10-3 822 25 Southern Conference 15. Duquesne 9-3 786 10 Atlantic 10 Conference 16. UW Green Bay 10-3 738 9 Horizon League 17. Richmond 10-3 715 21 Atlantic 10 Conference 18. Wichita State 10-4 498 5 Missouri Valley Conference 19. Fairfield 11-4 455 NR Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference 20. American 11-4 336 17 Patriot League 21. Dayton 9-4 284 NR Atlantic 10 Conference 22. San Diego State 9-4 260 19 Mountain West Conference 23. Loyola Marymount 10-4 232 NR West Coast Conference 24. UNLV 9-4 167 16 Mountain West Conference 25. Princeton 10-4 92 15 Ivy League Others Receiving Votes: Southern Mississippi 7-4 75 Conference USA UC Santa Barbara 9-4 61 Big West Conference Siena 10-4 42 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Louisiana Tech 8-4 31 Conference USA La Salle 8-4 28 Atlantic 10 Conference Northwestern State 7-4 19 Southland Conference Sacred Heart 9-4 14 Northeast Conference UMKC 8-4 7 Western Athletic Conference Alcorn State 7-4 6 Southwestern Athletic Conference
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Bryant (Score Galore) -- 9-8, 2-2 America East. The Bulldogs split this week, winning a home game against New Hampshire 68-60 then losing at Albany 66-59.

Maine (Cillian O'Reilly) -- 7-10, 1-4 America East. The Black Bears continue to struggle right now, losing 2 home games this week, first losing to Albany 86-74, then losing 85-83 in OT to UMass Lowell.

Umass Lowell (Ekeje Bafou) -- 8-9, 2-2 America East. The River Hawks lost a tough home non-conference game to St. Joes 83-69 before winning at Maine 85-83.

St. Louis (Kuji Chagulia) -- 11-3, 0-0 A-Ten. No games this week for the Billikens, who don't play again until the 15th. Wonder how they got so lucky to have 2 weeks off?? Sounds to me like the NCAA needs to investigate.

High Point (Roy Rogers) -- 6-10, 2-2 Big South. The Panthers split 2 home games this week, losing 88-84 to Campbell, then beating Winthrop 74-55.

Hawaii (B.B. Gunn) -- 6-6, 1-0 Big West. The Warriors finished off their non-conference schedule with an 83-74 loss to San Diego before beating Cal St. Fullerton 78-71 in their conference opener.

Bradley (Alex Donovan) -- 4-11, 1-4 MVC. Just 1 game this week for the Braves, but it was a win, 63-59 at home against Northern Iowa.

Drake (Randolph Childress) -- 9-7, 3-2 MVC. The Bulldogs won at Illinois St. 61-58 then lost 107-97 at Wichita St. in a game where the defense was non-existent.

Evansville (DeShawn St. John) -- 5-11, 3-3 MVC. 2 losses this week for Evansville, who lost at Indiana St. 66-56 then lost at Southern Illinois 84-61.

Illinois St. (Timmy Tribble) -- 6-9, 3-3 MVC. 2 losses for the Redbirds this week, both at home, losing 61-58 to Drake and 66-58 to Missouri St.

Loyola Chicago (Jawouk Bafou) -- 8-6, 4-2 MVC. The Ramblers just missed a perfect week, as they lost 94-91 in OT at Southern Illinois, but rebounded to win at Indiana St. 75-67.

Northern Iowa (Ernesto Lopez) -- 6-9, 2-3 MVC. 1 game this week for the Panthers, a 63-59 loss at Bradley.

BYU (Patrick Hutt) -- 12-4, 4-1 WCC. The Cougars lost at Pacific 101-81 then won at St. Marys 84-77.

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Top 25 # Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference test test test test -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Pittsburgh (71) 14-1 1799 1 Atlantic Coast Conference 2. Oklahoma State (1) 13-1 1728 2 Big 12 Conference 3. Villanova 15-1 1648 4 Big East Conference 4. Georgetown 13-2 1567 3 Big East Conference 5. Michigan 13-1 1535 6 Big Ten Conference 6. Missouri 10-3 1356 22 Southeastern Conference 7. Fresno State 15-1 1319 16 Mountain West Conference 8. Louisville 12-3 1319 10 Atlantic Coast Conference 9. Ohio State 12-3 1200 8 Big Ten Conference 10. Duke 12-3 1023 25 Atlantic Coast Conference 11. Oregon 12-2 957 23 Pacific-12 Conference 12. Miami 11-3 945 NR Atlantic Coast Conference 13. Alabama 11-3 811 14 Southeastern Conference 14. North Carolina State 12-2 807 NR Atlantic Coast Conference 15. Texas 12-3 797 12 Big 12 Conference 16. Wisconsin 11-3 772 5 Big Ten Conference 17. UW Milwaukee 15-2 671 15 Horizon League 18. Tennessee 12-2 587 NR Southeastern Conference 19. Connecticut 13-4 569 NR American Athletic Conference 20. Southern California 11-3 547 18 Pacific-12 Conference 21. Syracuse 12-4 352 21 Atlantic Coast Conference 22. Purdue 11-3 310 19 Big Ten Conference 23. Utah 12-2 310 20 Pacific-12 Conference 24. Mississippi 11-2 170 9 Southeastern Conference 25. Baylor 10-3 157 7 Big 12 Conference Others Receiving Votes: Stanford 11-4 46 Pacific-12 Conference Sacramento State 11-2 37 Big Sky Conference Marquette 10-4 16 Big East Conference Temple 11-4 16 American Athletic Conference Arkansas 11-3 13 Southeastern Conference Xavier 12-3 11 Big East Conference North Carolina 11-4 4 Atlantic Coast Conference Northeastern 12-3 1 Colonial Athletic Association



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Mid Major Top 25 # Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference test test test test -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Fresno State (72) 15-1 1800 1 Mountain West Conference 2. UW Milwaukee 15-2 1728 2 Horizon League 3. Sacramento State 11-2 1611 8 Big Sky Conference 4. Saint Mary's 12-4 1564 4 West Coast Conference 5. Saint Louis 11-3 1491 10 Atlantic 10 Conference 6. Northeastern 12-3 1444 12 Colonial Athletic Association 7. Brigham Young 12-4 1329 6 West Coast Conference 8. Hofstra 12-3 1321 5 Colonial Athletic Association 9. Samford 12-3 1226 14 Southern Conference 10. Duquesne 10-3 1059 15 Atlantic 10 Conference 11. Chattanooga 12-3 1027 9 Southern Conference 12. North Texas 10-3 991 7 Conference USA 13. Wichita State 12-4 964 18 Missouri Valley Conference 14. Fairfield 13-4 835 19 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference 15. San Diego State 11-4 783 22 Mountain West Conference 16. Air Force 12-4 768 3 Mountain West Conference 17. UNLV 11-4 692 24 Mountain West Conference 18. Princeton 12-4 569 25 Ivy League 19. Siena 12-4 485 NR Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference 20. Southern Mississippi 9-4 446 NR Conference USA 21. Wyoming 10-4 412 13 Mountain West Conference 22. UW Green Bay 11-4 337 16 Horizon League 23. Richmond 10-4 227 17 Atlantic 10 Conference 24. Belmont 11-5 110 NR Ohio Valley Conference 25. Saint Joseph's 8-4 93 NR Atlantic 10 Conference Others Receiving Votes: UMKC 9-4 26 Western Athletic Conference Loyola Marymount 11-5 17 West Coast Conference Georgia Southern 11-5 15 Sun Belt Conference American 12-5 8 Patriot League Valparaiso 11-5 6 Horizon League Troy 12-5 4 Sun Belt Conference Elon 10-5 3 Colonial Athletic Association Furman 11-5 3 Southern Conference Gonzaga 11-6 3 West Coast Conference Florida International 8-5 2 Conference USA Dayton 9-5 1 Atlantic 10 Conference
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Bryant (Score Galore) -- 10-9, 3-3 America East. The Bulldogs beat Maine 62-50, then got hammered against Stony Brook, 82-51. Both were home games.

Maine (Cillian O'Reilly) -- 7-12, 1-6 America East. 2 tough road losses for Maine this week, losing 62-60 at Bryant, then losing 71-56 at UMBC.

UMass Lowell (Ekeje Bafou) -- 10-9, 4-2 America East. 2 hard fought home games this week for the River Hawks, who beat Binghamton 84-79 then beat Hartford 79-77.

St. Louis (Kuji Chagulia) -- 12-4, 1-1 A-Ten. The Billikens split after a long layoff, first losing at Dayton 75-71, then winning at George Washington 68-40.

High Point (Roy Rogers) -- 8-10, 4-2 Big South. 2 solid road wins this week for the Panthers, beating Presbyterian 85-65 then beating Liberty 67-55.

Hawaii (B.B. Gunn) -- 8-6, 3-0 Big West. The Warriors stay perfect in the young conference season, first winning at UC Riverside 66-55, then returning home to beat Cal St. Northridge 80-75.

Bradley (Alex Donovan) -- 6-11, 3-4 MVC. A very good week for the Braves, winning 2 home games. First beating Wichita St. 59-55, then beating Illinois St. 84-56.

Drake (Randolph Childress) -- 11-7, 5-2 MVC. The Bulldogs had 2 home games this week, beating Southern Illinois 86-85 then beating Indiana St. 70-62.

Evansville (DeShawn St. John) -- 6-11, 4-3 MVC. Just 1 game this week for the Aces, but it was a 76-68 win at Loyola Chicago.

Illinois St. (Timmy Tribble) -- 6-11, 3-5 MVC. 2 road losses this week for the Redbirds, first a 77-65 loss at Northern Iowa, then the 84-56 road loss at Bradley.

Loyola Chicago (Jawouk Bafou) -- 9-7, 4-3 MVC. The Ramblers won a non-conference home game 94-86 against Valparaiso, then returned to conference play, losing 76-68 at home to Evansville.

Northern Iowa (Ernesto Lopez) -- 7-10, 3-4 MVC. The Panthers had 2 home games this week, beating Illinois St. 77-65 and losing to Wichita St. 73-71.

BYU (Patrick Hutt) -- A split this week for the Cougars, who beat Loyola Marymount at home 72-63, then stayed home and lost to Gonzaga 72-62.

Let's look at some rankings:

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Top 25 # Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference test test test test -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Pittsburgh (70) 16-1 1798 1 Atlantic Coast Conference 2. Oklahoma State (2) 15-1 1729 2 Big 12 Conference 3. Villanova 17-1 1657 3 Big East Conference 4. Louisville 14-3 1526 8 Atlantic Coast Conference 5. Georgetown 14-3 1460 4 Big East Conference 6. Missouri 12-3 1443 6 Southeastern Conference 7. Miami 13-3 1435 12 Atlantic Coast Conference 8. Tennessee 14-2 1277 18 Southeastern Conference 9. Connecticut 15-4 1211 19 American Athletic Conference 10. Syracuse 14-4 1104 21 Atlantic Coast Conference 11. Michigan 13-3 1051 5 Big Ten Conference 12. Fresno State 16-2 948 7 Mountain West Conference 13. Purdue 13-3 947 22 Big Ten Conference 14. Baylor 13-3 856 25 Big 12 Conference 15. Ohio State 13-4 812 9 Big Ten Conference 16. Mississippi 13-2 725 24 Southeastern Conference 17. Oregon 13-3 650 11 Pacific-12 Conference 18. North Carolina State 13-3 558 14 Atlantic Coast Conference 19. Marquette 11-4 463 NR Big East Conference 20. UW Milwaukee 16-3 336 17 Horizon League 21. Wisconsin 12-4 322 16 Big Ten Conference 22. Sacramento State 13-2 254 NR Big Sky Conference 23. Utah 13-3 234 23 Pacific-12 Conference 24. Saint Mary's 14-4 206 NR West Coast Conference 25. North Carolina 13-4 142 NR Atlantic Coast Conference Others Receiving Votes: Stanford 12-5 119 Pacific-12 Conference Duke 12-5 58 Atlantic Coast Conference Hofstra 14-3 32 Colonial Athletic Association Alabama 11-5 18 Southeastern Conference Southern California 12-4 9 Pacific-12 Conference Temple 12-5 8 American Athletic Conference UCLA 11-4 6 Pacific-12 Conference Memphis 11-5 4 American Athletic Conference Texas 12-5 2 Big 12 Conference



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Mid Major Top 25 # Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference test test test test -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Fresno State (71) 16-2 1799 1 Mountain West Conference 2. Saint Mary's 14-4 1719 4 West Coast Conference 3. UW Milwaukee (1) 16-3 1647 2 Horizon League 4. Sacramento State 13-2 1590 3 Big Sky Conference 5. Hofstra 14-3 1512 8 Colonial Athletic Association 6. Brigham Young 13-5 1419 7 West Coast Conference 7. Saint Louis 12-4 1337 5 Atlantic 10 Conference 8. Northeastern 13-4 1274 6 Colonial Athletic Association 9. San Diego State 12-4 1202 15 Mountain West Conference 10. Princeton 13-4 1092 18 Ivy League 11. Samford 13-4 1065 9 Southern Conference 12. Belmont 13-5 977 24 Ohio Valley Conference 13. Wichita State 13-5 852 13 Missouri Valley Conference 14. Duquesne 11-4 843 10 Atlantic 10 Conference 15. North Texas 11-4 839 12 Conference USA 16. Air Force 13-5 730 16 Mountain West Conference 17. UNLV 12-5 677 17 Mountain West Conference 18. Georgia Southern 13-5 569 NR Sun Belt Conference 19. Fairfield 13-5 497 14 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference 20. Furman 13-5 417 NR Southern Conference 21. Dayton 11-5 390 NR Atlantic 10 Conference 22. Siena 13-5 269 19 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference 23. Pepperdine 13-6 224 NR West Coast Conference 24. UW Green Bay 12-5 176 22 Horizon League 25. Florida International 10-5 124 NR Conference USA Others Receiving Votes: LIU Brooklyn 12-5 56 Northeast Conference Richmond 11-5 28 Atlantic 10 Conference VCU 9-5 25 Atlantic 10 Conference Saint Joseph's 9-5 18 Atlantic 10 Conference Chattanooga 12-5 10 Southern Conference Old Dominion 11-5 10 Conference USA South Dakota State 12-6 5 Summit League Monmouth 13-6 4 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Gonzaga 12-7 2 West Coast Conference UMKC 10-5 2 Western Athletic Conference
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Bryant (Score Galore) -- 11-10, 4-4 America East. A split this week for the Bulldogs, who lost at Binghamton 79-69 then return home to roll over UMBC 101-64.

Maine (Cillian O'Reilly) -- 8-13, 2-7 America East. The Black Bears continue to struggle, as they did beat New Hampshire 72-56, then lost to Hartford 89-81.

UMass Lowell (Ekeje Bafou) -- 11-10, 5-3 America East. A split this week for the River Hawks, who lost 73-62 to UMBC, then beat Stony Brook 86-69.

St. Louis (Kuji Chagulia) -- 14-4, 3-1 A-Ten. Good week for the Billikens, who beat Duquesne 59-54 at home, then travelled to VCU and beat them 79-67.

High Point (Roy Rogers) -- 10-10, 5-2 Big South. The Panthers won a non-conference game at Rider 75-63, then returned home to beat Longwood 66-63.

Hawaii (B.B. Gunn) -- 10-6, 5-0 Big West. The Warriors keep on rolling, this week narrowly winning at home against Long Beach St. 67-65, then getting a tough road win at Cal Poly 69-64.

Bradley (Alex Donovan) -- 7-12, 4-5 MVC. A road split for the Braves this week, losing at Southern Illinois 73-54 then winning at Indiana St. 72-61.

Drake (Randolph Childress) -- 12-8, 6-3 MVC. A road split for the Bulldogs, winning at Loyola Chicago 95-79 before losing at Evansville 81-74.

Evansville (DeShawn St. John) -- 8-11, 6-3 MVC. 2 solid home wins for the Aces this week, beating Missouri St. 79-69 and Drake 81-74.

Illinois St. (Timmy Tribble) -- 6-13, 3-6 MVC. The losing streak is now 6 for the Redbirds, as they got hammered in a non-conference game at UNLV, 86-57, then losing at Wichita St. 68-64 in OT.

Loyola Chicago (Jawouk Bafou) -- 9-9, 4-5 MVC. 2 more losses this week for the Ramblers, who lost against Drake 95-79, then lost against Missouri St. 73-65, both games at home.

Northern Iowa (Ernesto Lopez) -- 8-11, 4-5 MVC. UNI won 77-69 at Indiana St. then lost 79-73 in OT at Southern Illinois.

BYU (Patrick Hutt) -- 15-5, 7-2 WCC. The Cougars won 2 road games this week, 68-60 at San Francisco and 71-52 at Santa Clara.

Here's a look at some rankings:

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Top 25 # Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference test test test test -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Pittsburgh (70) 18-1 1798 1 Atlantic Coast Conference 2. Oklahoma State (2) 17-1 1728 2 Big 12 Conference 3. Villanova 19-1 1658 3 Big East Conference 4. Louisville 16-3 1537 4 Atlantic Coast Conference 5. Miami 15-3 1537 7 Atlantic Coast Conference 6. Connecticut 17-4 1393 9 American Athletic Conference 7. Tennessee 16-2 1380 8 Southeastern Conference 8. Syracuse 16-4 1316 10 Atlantic Coast Conference 9. Georgetown 15-4 1208 5 Big East Conference 10. Ohio State 15-4 1179 15 Big Ten Conference 11. Purdue 15-3 1067 13 Big Ten Conference 12. Missouri 13-4 1036 6 Southeastern Conference 13. Michigan 14-4 840 11 Big Ten Conference 14. Wisconsin 14-4 788 21 Big Ten Conference 15. Saint Mary's 16-4 768 24 West Coast Conference 16. Fresno State 17-3 682 12 Mountain West Conference 17. Baylor 14-4 644 14 Big 12 Conference 18. Mississippi 14-3 571 16 Southeastern Conference 19. UW Milwaukee 17-3 501 20 Horizon League 20. Temple 14-5 370 NR American Athletic Conference 21. North Carolina State 14-4 340 18 Atlantic Coast Conference 22. Southern California 14-4 291 NR Pacific-12 Conference 23. Texas 14-5 240 NR Big 12 Conference 24. Marquette 12-5 123 19 Big East Conference 25. Saint Louis 14-4 118 NR Atlantic 10 Conference Others Receiving Votes: Duke 13-6 60 Atlantic Coast Conference Stanford 13-6 51 Pacific-12 Conference Sacramento State 14-3 43 Big Sky Conference San Diego State 14-4 36 Mountain West Conference Brigham Young 15-5 26 West Coast Conference Alabama 12-6 21 Southeastern Conference Princeton 15-4 17 Ivy League UCLA 12-5 10 Pacific-12 Conference Xavier 14-5 10 Big East Conference Florida 12-5 4 Southeastern Conference Seton Hall 13-5 4 Big East Conference Oregon 13-5 3 Pacific-12 Conference Kentucky 12-6 2 Southeastern Conference


Good to see St. Louis and BYU getting national ranking exposure, as they seem to be the class of our FOFC teams.

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Mid Major Top 25 # Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference test test test test -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Saint Mary's (68) 16-4 1796 2 West Coast Conference 2. Fresno State 17-3 1720 1 Mountain West Conference 3. UW Milwaukee (4) 17-3 1657 3 Horizon League 4. Brigham Young 15-5 1584 6 West Coast Conference 5. Saint Louis 14-4 1491 7 Atlantic 10 Conference 6. Sacramento State 14-3 1425 4 Big Sky Conference 7. San Diego State 14-4 1374 9 Mountain West Conference 8. Princeton 15-4 1286 10 Ivy League 9. Wichita State 15-5 1244 13 Missouri Valley Conference 10. Hofstra 14-5 1085 5 Colonial Athletic Association 11. UW Green Bay 14-5 959 24 Horizon League 12. Belmont 14-6 936 12 Ohio Valley Conference 13. Gonzaga 14-7 848 NR West Coast Conference 14. Samford 14-5 784 11 Southern Conference 15. Richmond 13-5 750 NR Atlantic 10 Conference 16. Duquesne 12-5 666 14 Atlantic 10 Conference 17. UNLV 13-6 571 17 Mountain West Conference 18. LIU Brooklyn 14-5 528 NR Northeast Conference 19. Old Dominion 13-5 488 NR Conference USA 20. Air Force 14-6 478 16 Mountain West Conference 21. Chattanooga 14-5 401 NR Southern Conference 22. Georgia Southern 14-6 254 18 Sun Belt Conference 23. North Texas 12-5 251 15 Conference USA 24. Pepperdine 14-7 138 23 West Coast Conference 25. Northeastern 13-6 127 8 Colonial Athletic Association Others Receiving Votes: South Dakota State 14-6 121 Summit League Holy Cross 14-6 95 Patriot League Dayton 12-6 86 Atlantic 10 Conference Southern Mississippi 11-6 73 Conference USA Monmouth 15-6 71 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Colorado State 11-6 63 Mountain West Conference Alcorn State 12-5 30 Southwestern Athletic Conference VCU 10-6 16 Atlantic 10 Conference Ohio 13-7 4 Mid-American Conference
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Alright guys, everything is back up and in order, and I'm back in town, so I will have the next update if not tonight, then definitely tomorrow, and I will try to have a minimum of 2 updates a week, at least through November. My work schedule will increase in December, so I want to pound out as much as I can within the next 3-4 weeks. Be tuned in for another update no later than tomorrow night.
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Sorry guys, I'm a little late with this report, real life got in the way again this week. But I'm back, and here we go!

Bryant (Score Galore) -- 12-11, 5-5 6th America East. Bryant had 2 road games this week, losing 86-80 at Hartford, then winning 69-59 at New Hampshire.

Maine (Cillian O'Reilly) -- 10-13, 3-7 9th (last) America East. It was a good week for the Black Bears, who won a non-conference game at Lafayette 84-62, then returned to conference play to win at Albany 75-69.

UMass Lowell (Ekeje Bafou) -- 12-10, 6-3 1st America East. Just 1 game this week for the River Hawks, who crushed Albany on the road, 81-54.

St. Louis (Kuji Chagulia) -- 15-5, 4-2 T-2nd Atlantic Ten. 2 home games this week for the Lou, who beat GW 71-47, then lost to VCU 81-63.

High Point (Roy Rogers) -- 11-11, 6-3 1st in North Division of Big South. The Panthers won at Campbell 84-58, then went to UNC Asheville and lost 85-64.

Hawaii (B.B. Gunn) -- 12-6, 7-0 1st Big West. Hawaii is rolling right now, increasing their winning streak to 7 games with a 76-68 win at UC Santa Barbara, then winning 71-48 at home against UC Davis.

Bradley (Alex Donovan) -- 7-14, 4-7 T-7th MVC. 2 home losses for the Braves this week, losing 56-48 to Missouri St., then losing 82-67 to Drake.

Drake (Randolph Childress) -- 14-8, 8-3 T-1st MVC. Drake won 2 road games this week, at Northern Iowa 87-76, and at Bradley 82-67.

Evansville (DeShawn St. John) -- 9-12, 7-4 3rd MVC. The Aces lost 76-67 at Wichita St., then went to Illinois St. and won 73-64.

Illinois St. (Timmy Tribble) -- 7-14, 4-7 T-7th MVC. The Redbirds pounded Loyola Chicago 92-73 at home, then lost to Evansville 73-64, also at home.

Loyola Chicago (Jawouk Bafou) -- 9-11, 4-7 T-7th MVC. 2 more losses this week for the Ramblers, who lost 92-73 at Illinois St. and 78-67 at Wichita St.

Northern Iowa (Ernesto Lopez) -- 9-12, 5-6 6th MVC. The Panthers lost 87-76 to Drake and beat Missouri St. 66-58, both at home.

BYU (Patrick Hutt) -- 17-5, 9-2 2nd WCC. 2 close wins for BYU this week, as they won at Portland 83-82, then won at San Diego 86-78. A big game against nationally ranked St. Marys looms next week.

Here's a look at the rankings:

Top 25

# Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference test test test test
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1. Pittsburgh (72) 20-1 1800 1 Atlantic Coast Conference
2. Oklahoma State 18-2 1724 2 Big 12 Conference
3. Villanova 20-2 1638 3 Big East Conference
4. Miami 16-4 1587 5 Atlantic Coast Conference
5. Connecticut 17-4 1478 6 American Athletic Conference
6. Georgetown 17-4 1459 9 Big East Conference
7. Ohio State 16-5 1300 10 Big Ten Conference
8. Wisconsin 16-4 1277 14 Big Ten Conference
9. Tennessee 17-3 1207 7 Southeastern Conference
10. Syracuse 16-5 1134 8 Atlantic Coast Conference
11. Louisville 17-4 1044 4 Atlantic Coast Conference
12. Baylor 16-4 1037 17 Big 12 Conference
13. Duke 15-6 1024 NR Atlantic Coast Conference
14. Purdue 16-4 846 11 Big Ten Conference
15. Saint Mary's 18-4 827 15 West Coast Conference
16. Temple 15-5 644 20 American Athletic Conference
17. Southern California 16-4 548 22 Pacific-12 Conference
18. Michigan 15-5 521 13 Big Ten Conference
19. Stanford 15-6 501 NR Pacific-12 Conference
20. Missouri 13-6 345 12 Southeastern Conference
21. Fresno State 17-3 319 16 Mountain West Conference
22. Mississippi 15-4 202 18 Southeastern Conference
23. Brigham Young 17-5 192 NR West Coast Conference
24. Alabama 13-7 152 NR Southeastern Conference
25. Kansas 13-7 127 NR Big 12 Conference

Others Receiving Votes:
Seton Hall 15-5 101 Big East Conference
UW Milwaukee 18-4 90 Horizon League
Marquette 13-6 79 Big East Conference
Texas 15-6 41 Big 12 Conference
Florida 14-5 39 Southeastern Conference
Princeton 17-4 24 Ivy League
UCLA 13-6 24 Pacific-12 Conference
Xavier 15-6 22 Big East Conference
Kentucky 13-7 20 Southeastern Conference
North Carolina State 14-6 11 Atlantic Coast Conference
Wichita State 17-5 9 Missouri Valley Conference
North Carolina 14-7 7 Atlantic Coast Conference

Great to see BYU in the national rankings, but I'm a bit disappointed that neither St. Louis or Hawaii even received 1 national vote. Total disrespect.

Mid Major Top 25

# Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference test test test test
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1. Saint Mary's (72) 18-4 1800 1 West Coast Conference
2. Brigham Young 17-5 1721 4 West Coast Conference
3. Fresno State 17-3 1639 2 Mountain West Conference
4. UW Milwaukee 18-4 1586 3 Horizon League
5. Wichita State 17-5 1490 9 Missouri Valley Conference
6. Saint Louis 15-5 1418 5 Atlantic 10 Conference
7. Princeton 17-4 1307 8 Ivy League
8. Belmont 16-6 1224 12 Ohio Valley Conference
9. UNLV 15-6 1196 17 Mountain West Conference
10. San Diego State 14-5 1092 7 Mountain West Conference
11. Air Force 15-6 1021 20 Mountain West Conference
12. Duquesne 14-5 923 16 Atlantic 10 Conference
13. Sacramento State 15-4 891 6 Big Sky Conference
14. Georgia Southern 16-6 831 22 Sun Belt Conference
15. Monmouth 17-6 706 NR Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference
16. Gonzaga 14-8 702 13 West Coast Conference
17. Northeastern 15-6 656 25 Colonial Athletic Association
18. Chattanooga 16-5 508 21 Southern Conference
19. VCU 12-6 453 NR Atlantic 10 Conference
20. Hofstra 15-6 429 10 Colonial Athletic Association
21. UW Green Bay 15-6 337 11 Horizon League
22. Southern Mississippi 13-6 314 NR Conference USA
23. Pepperdine 15-8 243 24 West Coast Conference
24. Richmond 14-6 240 15 Atlantic 10 Conference
25. Saint Joseph's 12-6 88 NR Atlantic 10 Conference

Others Receiving Votes:
Dayton 13-7 85 Atlantic 10 Conference
LIU Brooklyn 15-6 79 Northeast Conference
Colorado State 12-7 71 Mountain West Conference
Drake 14-8 67 Missouri Valley Conference
Furman 15-7 51 Southern Conference
Troy 16-7 47 Sun Belt Conference
Florida International 12-7 41 Conference USA
Holy Cross 15-7 38 Patriot League
Alcorn State 14-5 29 Southwestern Athletic Conference
Hawaii 12-6 26 Big West Conference
UNC Wilmington 14-7 23 Colonial Athletic Association
Ohio 14-8 22 Mid-American Conference
South Dakota State 14-8 3 Summit League
American 15-8 2 Patriot League
Loyola Marymount 13-8 1 West Coast Conference

Hey how about that! 4 of our FOFC coached teams are in the mid-major rankings, good to see Drake and Hawaii in there, but they must keep up the good performances. It's fitting that St. Marys and BYU are the top 2, that will change next week after they play.
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Bryant (Score Galore) -- 13-12, 6-6 T-5th America East. The Bulldogs lost at home 69-61 to UMass Lowell, then went to Maine and won 80-77.

Maine (Cillian O'Reilly) -- 11-14, 4-8 9th (last) America East. The Black Bears won at Binghamton 82-72 the lost at home to Bryant 80-77.

UMass Lowell (Ekeje Bafou) -- 13-11 7-4 1st America East. The River Hawks won at Bryant 69-61 then went to Binghamton and got hammered 73-49.

St. Louis (Kuji Chagulia) -- 17-5, 6-2 2nd Atlantic Ten. The Billikens get back on track this week winning 2 close ones, first at Rhode Island 77-71, then at home against Dayton 58-56.

High Point (Roy Rogers) -- 8-3, 13-11 1st in North Division of Big South. 2 solid wins for the Panthers this week, first a 96-87 win at home against Coastal Carolina, then an even better 88-65 win at Winthrop.

Hawaii (B.B. Gunn) -- 14-6, 9-0 1st Big West. It's a 9 game winning streak now for the Warriors, with all 9 wins coming in the conference. They hosted UC Irvine and won 75-56, then won 94-73 at Cal St. Fullerton.

Bradley (Alex Donovan) -- 4-8, 7-15 8th MVC. Just 1 game this week for the Braves, who lost 77-69 at Northern Iowa.

Drake (Randolph Childress) -- 16-8, 10-3 1st MVC. The Bulldogs won 2 home games this week, beating Wichita St. 74-63, then beating Illinois St. 63-50.

Evansville (DeShawn St. John) -- 10-13, 8-5 T-3rd MVC. A split this week for the Aces, who lost 76-71 against Southern Illinois, then beat Indiana St. 57-51, both at home.

Illnois St. (Timmy Tribble) -- 7-16, 4-9 9th MVC. The slide continues for the Redbirds, as they lost at Missouri St. 70-56 then lost at Drake 63-50.

Loyola Chicago (Jawouk Bafou) -- 10-12, 5-8 7th MVC. The Ramblers beat Indiana St. 68-47 then lost a wild one to Southern Illinois 101-96, both at home.

Northern Iowa (Ernesto Lopez) -- 11-12, 6-6 6th MVC. The Panthers started off the week with a non-conference win, 66-63 at East Tennessee St., then winning a conference home game against Bradley 77-69.

BYU (Patrick Hutt) -- 17-7, 9-4 2nd WCC. Not a good week for the Cougars, who lost both their home games this week. First they lost the big battle against St. Marys 83-69, then they lost to Pacific 83-82.

Here are the polls for the week:

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Top 25 # Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference test test test test -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Pittsburgh (72) 22-1 1800 1 Atlantic Coast Conference 2. Oklahoma State 20-2 1727 2 Big 12 Conference 3. Villanova 21-2 1644 3 Big East Conference 4. Connecticut 19-4 1575 5 American Athletic Conference 5. Tennessee 19-3 1478 9 Southeastern Conference 6. Miami 17-5 1474 4 Atlantic Coast Conference 7. Baylor 18-4 1355 12 Big 12 Conference 8. Purdue 18-4 1207 14 Big Ten Conference 9. Georgetown 17-6 1201 6 Big East Conference 10. Saint Mary's 20-4 1116 15 West Coast Conference 11. Syracuse 17-6 1115 10 Atlantic Coast Conference 12. Ohio State 17-6 1042 7 Big Ten Conference 13. Louisville 17-5 897 11 Atlantic Coast Conference 14. Duke 16-7 866 13 Atlantic Coast Conference 15. Michigan 17-5 772 18 Big Ten Conference 16. Wisconsin 16-6 716 8 Big Ten Conference 17. Marquette 15-6 626 NR Big East Conference 18. Seton Hall 17-5 512 NR Big East Conference 19. Stanford 16-7 486 19 Pacific-12 Conference 20. Kansas 15-7 428 25 Big 12 Conference 21. Southern California 17-5 416 17 Pacific-12 Conference 22. Saint Louis 17-5 191 NR Atlantic 10 Conference 23. Missouri 14-7 187 20 Southeastern Conference 24. Mississippi 16-5 166 22 Southeastern Conference 25. Princeton 19-4 128 NR Ivy League Others Receiving Votes: Temple 15-7 71 American Athletic Conference Kentucky 14-8 70 Southeastern Conference North Carolina 16-7 54 Atlantic Coast Conference UW Milwaukee 19-5 34 Horizon League Brigham Young 17-7 13 West Coast Conference Fresno State 17-5 13 Mountain West Conference Sacramento State 17-4 13 Big Sky Conference Texas 15-7 4 Big 12 Conference North Carolina State 15-7 2 Atlantic Coast Conference Monmouth 19-6 1 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference


What a difference a week makes as St. Louis is back in the polls after not receiving a vote last week. And of course while BYU is still receiving a few votes, they drop out after their 0-2 week. I'm still a bit miffed as to why Hawaii, with their 9-0 conference start, isn't receiving a vote. I guess they don't consider the Big West a strong enough conference.

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Mid Major Top 25 # Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference test test test test -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Saint Mary's (72) 20-4 1800 1 West Coast Conference 2. Saint Louis 17-5 1673 6 Atlantic 10 Conference 3. Brigham Young 17-7 1664 2 West Coast Conference 4. UW Milwaukee 19-5 1531 4 Horizon League 5. Princeton 19-4 1468 7 Ivy League 6. Fresno State 17-5 1409 3 Mountain West Conference 7. UNLV 17-6 1389 9 Mountain West Conference 8. Air Force 17-6 1252 11 Mountain West Conference 9. Belmont 18-6 1247 8 Ohio Valley Conference 10. Wichita State 17-7 1070 5 Missouri Valley Conference 11. Sacramento State 17-4 1046 13 Big Sky Conference 12. Monmouth 19-6 954 15 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference 13. VCU 14-6 920 19 Atlantic 10 Conference 14. Chattanooga 18-5 860 18 Southern Conference 15. Southern Mississippi 15-6 825 22 Conference USA 16. Northeastern 17-6 754 17 Colonial Athletic Association 17. Hofstra 17-6 633 20 Colonial Athletic Association 18. Georgia Southern 17-7 529 14 Sun Belt Conference 19. Drake 16-8 473 NR Missouri Valley Conference 20. Gonzaga 15-9 413 16 West Coast Conference 21. LIU Brooklyn 17-6 308 NR Northeast Conference 22. Florida International 14-7 223 NR Conference USA 23. San Diego State 14-7 191 10 Mountain West Conference 24. Furman 16-7 137 NR Southern Conference 25. Richmond 15-7 132 24 Atlantic 10 Conference Others Receiving Votes: Saint Joseph's 13-7 84 Atlantic 10 Conference Hawaii 14-6 70 Big West Conference UW Green Bay 16-7 63 Horizon League American 17-8 50 Patriot League Alcorn State 16-5 49 Southwestern Athletic Conference Colorado State 13-8 35 Mountain West Conference Duquesne 14-7 32 Atlantic 10 Conference Loyola Marymount 15-8 29 West Coast Conference Troy 17-8 21 Sun Belt Conference Holy Cross 16-8 20 Patriot League Ohio 15-9 17 Mid-American Conference Old Dominion 15-7 11 Conference USA Pepperdine 15-10 9 West Coast Conference Cleveland State 14-10 5 Horizon League Southern Illinois 15-9 3 Missouri Valley Conference Valparaiso 15-9 1 Horizon League


We welcome Drake to the mid-major top 25, we still have 4 FOFC coached teams receiving votes, with Hawaii still on the outside of the top 25, but inching closer. And go figure, the season I resign as MVC commissioner, some of our teams wake up. There are 3 MVC teams receiving votes in the mid-major poll this week, but that's ok, I'm still happy with my decision to resign and focus more on the FOFC coaches. Now the pressure of hiring and firing is out of my hands.
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Bryant (Score Galore) -- 13-13, 6-7 T-5th America East. Only 1 game this week for Bryant, a 79-71 loss at home to Binghamton.

Maine (Cillian O'Reilly) -- 12-15, 5-9 9th (last) America East. The Black Bears split this week, hosting Stony Brook and winning 89-71, then travelling to New Hampshire and losing 89-66.

UMass Lowell (Ekeje Bafou) -- 15-11, 9-4 1st America East. 2 close wins this week for the River Hawks. First they hosted New Hampshire and won 67-64, then they travelled to UMBC and won 69-65.

St. Louis (Kuji Chagulia) -- 18-6, 7-3 T-2nd Atlantic Ten. The Billikens hosted Davidson and won 66-47, then lost at Fordham 71-51.

High Point (Roy Rogers) -- 14-12, 9-4 1st North Division of Big South. The Panthers hosted Radford and won 72-64, then travelled to Charleston Southern and lost 70-63.

Hawaii (B.B. Gunn) -- 16-7, 10-0 1st Big West. The Warriors had 3 games this week, the first 2 out of conference. They hosted South Florida and won 55-45, then lost a heartbreaker at Nevada 65-64. They returned home for Big West play, hosting UC Riverside and winning 72-63.

Bradley (Alex Donovan) -- 8-16, 5-9 8th MVC. The Braves won 62-43 at Illinois St. then returned home to host Wichita St. and lost 62-48.

Drake (Randolph Childress) -- 17-9, 11-4 1st MVC. Randolph Childress picked up his 100th career win as the Bulldogs won 63-44 at Indiana St., then lost a tough one at Southern Illinois 101-92.

Evansville (DeShawn St. John) -- 10-15, 8-6 5th MVC. The Aces lost twice this week, both at home. First a non-conference loss to Virginia Tech 59-55, then a conference loss to Loyola Chicago 84-78.

Illinois St. (Timmy Tribble) -- 8-17, 5-10 9th MVC. The Redbirds split their home games this week, first losing to Bradley 62-43, then breaking their losing streak by beating Northern Iowa 90-82.

Loyola Chicago (Jawouk Bafou) -- 12-12, 6-8 T-6th MVC. The Ramblers won twice this week, first a non-conference home game win against Oakland 78-76, then a conference win at Evansville 84-78.

Northern Iowa (Ernesto Lopez) -- 11-14, 6-8 T-6th MVC. The Panthers lost 2 road games this week, first at Wichita St. 88-77 then at Illinois St. 90-82.

BYU (Patrick Hutt) -- 17-9, 9-6 3rd WCC. The losing streak is 4 for the Cougars after 2 road losses this week, first a 106-102 loss in overtime at Gonzaga, then an 80-72 loss at Loyola Marymount.

Here are the rankings for the week:

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Top 25 # Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference test test test test -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Pittsburgh (72) 22-3 1800 1 Atlantic Coast Conference 2. Oklahoma State 21-3 1723 2 Big 12 Conference 3. Connecticut 21-4 1610 4 American Athletic Conference 4. Villanova 22-3 1532 3 Big East Conference 5. Tennessee 21-3 1522 5 Southeastern Conference 6. Miami 19-5 1519 6 Atlantic Coast Conference 7. Ohio State 19-6 1366 12 Big Ten Conference 8. Southern California 19-5 1262 21 Pacific-12 Conference 9. Syracuse 19-6 1235 11 Atlantic Coast Conference 10. Purdue 19-5 1075 8 Big Ten Conference 11. Baylor 18-5 1017 7 Big 12 Conference 12. Wisconsin 18-6 1004 16 Big Ten Conference 13. Georgetown 18-7 899 9 Big East Conference 14. Saint Mary's 21-5 891 10 West Coast Conference 15. Louisville 18-6 721 13 Atlantic Coast Conference 16. Stanford 17-8 679 19 Pacific-12 Conference 17. Kansas 17-7 657 20 Big 12 Conference 18. Duke 17-8 613 14 Atlantic Coast Conference 19. Seton Hall 19-5 543 18 Big East Conference 20. Michigan 18-6 507 15 Big Ten Conference 21. Mississippi 18-5 415 24 Southeastern Conference 22. Marquette 16-7 282 17 Big East Conference 23. Princeton 20-4 253 25 Ivy League 24. Saint Louis 18-6 132 22 Atlantic 10 Conference 25. Texas 17-7 66 NR Big 12 Conference Others Receiving Votes: UCLA 15-8 26 Pacific-12 Conference Kentucky 15-9 15 Southeastern Conference Chattanooga 20-5 13 Southern Conference Monmouth 21-6 9 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference North Carolina 16-9 5 Atlantic Coast Conference UW Milwaukee 20-6 5 Horizon League Southern Mississippi 17-6 3 Conference USA Xavier 17-8 1 Big East Conference


No surprise that BYU lost their votes after losing 4 games in a row. Still nothing for Drake and Hawaii.

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Mid Major Top 25 # Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference test test test test -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Saint Mary's (72) 21-5 1800 1 West Coast Conference 2. Saint Louis 18-6 1682 2 Atlantic 10 Conference 3. Princeton 20-4 1601 5 Ivy League 4. UW Milwaukee 20-6 1504 4 Horizon League 5. Southern Mississippi 17-6 1450 15 Conference USA 6. UNLV 18-7 1411 7 Mountain West Conference 7. Brigham Young 17-9 1358 3 West Coast Conference 8. Wichita State 19-7 1300 10 Missouri Valley Conference 9. Air Force 18-7 1190 8 Mountain West Conference 10. Fresno State 18-6 1162 6 Mountain West Conference 11. Chattanooga 20-5 1049 14 Southern Conference 12. Hofstra 19-6 995 17 Colonial Athletic Association 13. Belmont 19-7 931 9 Ohio Valley Conference 14. Monmouth 21-6 917 12 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference 15. Sacramento State 18-5 733 11 Big Sky Conference 16. Georgia Southern 18-7 655 18 Sun Belt Conference 17. VCU 15-7 640 13 Atlantic 10 Conference 18. Saint Joseph's 15-7 636 NR Atlantic 10 Conference 19. LIU Brooklyn 19-6 524 21 Northeast Conference 20. Northeastern 18-7 463 16 Colonial Athletic Association 21. Loyola Marymount 17-8 361 NR West Coast Conference 22. Gonzaga 16-10 317 20 West Coast Conference 23. Drake 17-9 203 19 Missouri Valley Conference 24. Alcorn State 18-5 180 NR Southwestern Athletic Conference 25. Richmond 16-8 77 25 Atlantic 10 Conference Others Receiving Votes: Hawaii 16-7 61 Big West Conference UW Green Bay 17-8 42 Horizon League American 18-9 40 Patriot League San Diego State 14-8 38 Mountain West Conference Furman 17-8 29 Southern Conference Duquesne 15-8 18 Atlantic 10 Conference Florida International 14-9 8 Conference USA Marshall 14-8 8 Conference USA North Texas 15-8 7 Conference USA Old Dominion 16-8 6 Conference USA Pepperdine 16-11 2 West Coast Conference Cleveland State 15-11 1 Horizon League Elon 16-9 1 Colonial Athletic Association


Hawaii inches closer to being in the mid-major top 25. Had they not lost that game to Nevada, I think they'd be in. Drake moves down as does BYU.
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Bryant (Score Galore) -- 15-13, 8-7 T-3rd America East. 2 home wins for Bryant this week, first a 76-75 win against Albany, then a 74-55 win against Hartford.

Maine (Cillian O'Reilly) -- 12-16, 5-10 T-8th (T-last) America East. 1 game this week for the Black Bears, an 86-69 loss at UMass Lowell.

UMass Lowell (Ekeje Bafou) -- 17-11, 11-4 1st America East. It's 4 games in a row now for the River Hawks after 2 wins this week. 2 home wins, first 86-69 against Maine, then 76-71 against Albany.

St. Louis (Kuji Chagulia) -- 19-7, 8-4 T-3rd Atlantic Ten. A split this week, as the Billikens hosted George Mason and won 52-48, then lost at Richmond 81-73.

High Point (Roy Rogers) -- 15-13, 10-5 1st in North Division of Big South. Another split this week for the Panthers, as they hosted Liberty and won 88-70, then lost 88-81 at Longwood.

Hawaii (B.B. Gunn) -- 18-7, 12-0 1st Big West. The Warriors continue to roll through the conference this season with 2 more wins this week. First a 70-59 win at Cal St. Northridge, then an 85-68 win at Long Beach St.

Bradley (Alex Donovan) -- 8-18, 5-11 T-8th MVC. 2 home losses for the Braves this week, as they lost to Indiana St. 67-65 then a 75-42 loss against Southern Illinois.

Drake (Randolph Childress) -- 18-10, 12-5 1st MVC. The Bulldogs split their games this week, both at home. They won 79-53 against Evansville then lost 97-95 against Loyola Chicago.

Evansville (DeShawn St. John) -- 11-16, 9-7 5th MVC. The Aces split 2 road games this week, losing 79-53 at Drake then winning 69-66 at Missouri St.

Illinois St. (Timmy Tribble) -- 8-18, 5-11 T-8th MVC. 2 home games this week for the Redbirds, who won 90-82 against Northern Iowa and lost 87-70 to Wichita St.

Loyola Chicago (Jawouk Bafou) -- 14-12, 8-8 6th MVC. 2 more road wins this week for the Ramblers who beat Missouri St. 86-78 then beat Drake 97-95.

Northern Iowa (Ernesto Lopez) -- 12-15, 7-9 7th MVC. A home split this week for the Panthers. They won 99-88 against Southern Illinois then lost to Indiana St. 87-82.

BYU (Patrick Hutt) -- 19-9, 11-6 2nd WCC. The Cougars got back on the right track with 2 home wins. First they beat Santa Clara 76-39 then they beat San Francisco 62-47.

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Top 25 # Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference test test test test -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Pittsburgh (66) 23-4 1794 1 Atlantic Coast Conference 2. Oklahoma State (5) 23-3 1727 2 Big 12 Conference 3. Miami (1) 21-5 1647 6 Atlantic Coast Conference 4. Tennessee 23-3 1590 5 Southeastern Conference 5. Connecticut 22-5 1512 3 American Athletic Conference 6. Villanova 23-4 1436 4 Big East Conference 7. Ohio State 20-7 1345 7 Big Ten Conference 8. Wisconsin 20-6 1249 12 Big Ten Conference 9. Purdue 21-5 1232 10 Big Ten Conference 10. Southern California 20-6 1149 8 Pacific-12 Conference 11. Saint Mary's 22-5 972 14 West Coast Conference 12. Michigan 20-6 962 20 Big Ten Conference 13. Louisville 20-6 957 15 Atlantic Coast Conference 14. Kansas 19-7 883 17 Big 12 Conference 15. Stanford 19-8 752 16 Pacific-12 Conference 16. Baylor 19-6 735 11 Big 12 Conference 17. Syracuse 19-8 693 9 Atlantic Coast Conference 18. Mississippi 20-5 669 21 Southeastern Conference 19. Marquette 18-7 524 22 Big East Conference 20. Duke 18-9 467 18 Atlantic Coast Conference 21. Texas 19-7 298 25 Big 12 Conference 22. Georgetown 18-9 275 13 Big East Conference 23. Xavier 19-8 140 NR Big East Conference 24. Chattanooga 22-5 114 NR Southern Conference 25. Seton Hall 19-7 83 19 Big East Conference Others Receiving Votes: Memphis 17-8 53 American Athletic Conference Sacramento State 20-5 43 Big Sky Conference Saint Louis 19-7 33 Atlantic 10 Conference UNLV 20-7 23 Mountain West Conference Hofstra 21-6 12 Colonial Athletic Association Monmouth 22-6 9 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Wichita State 21-7 9 Missouri Valley Conference Princeton 20-6 5 Ivy League Alcorn State 20-5 2 Southwestern Athletic Conference Mississippi State 15-9 2 Southeastern Conference UCLA 16-9 2 Pacific-12 Conference Colorado 18-8 1 Pacific-12 Conference North Carolina 16-10 1 Atlantic Coast Conference

And with that, we now have no FOFC coached teams in the top 25, and it still bugs me that Hawaii hasn't even received a vote.

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Mid Major Top 25 # Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference test test test test -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Saint Mary's (72) 22-5 1800 1 West Coast Conference 2. UNLV 20-7 1619 6 Mountain West Conference 3. Saint Louis 19-7 1598 2 Atlantic 10 Conference 4. Brigham Young 19-9 1512 7 West Coast Conference 5. Wichita State 21-7 1482 8 Missouri Valley Conference 6. Chattanooga 22-5 1382 11 Southern Conference 7. Hofstra 21-6 1363 12 Colonial Athletic Association 8. Southern Mississippi 18-7 1284 5 Conference USA 9. Air Force 19-7 1264 9 Mountain West Conference 10. VCU 17-7 1108 17 Atlantic 10 Conference 11. Princeton 20-6 1013 3 Ivy League 12. Monmouth 22-6 1000 14 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference 13. Sacramento State 20-5 935 15 Big Sky Conference 14. Fresno State 19-7 915 10 Mountain West Conference 15. Saint Joseph's 17-7 895 18 Atlantic 10 Conference 16. UW Milwaukee 20-8 752 4 Horizon League 17. Belmont 20-8 684 13 Ohio Valley Conference 18. Alcorn State 20-5 509 24 Southwestern Athletic Conference 19. Richmond 18-8 508 25 Atlantic 10 Conference 20. Northeastern 19-8 415 20 Colonial Athletic Association 21. UW Green Bay 19-8 342 NR Horizon League 22. Georgia Southern 19-8 270 16 Sun Belt Conference 23. LIU Brooklyn 20-7 216 19 Northeast Conference 24. Hawaii 18-7 215 NR Big West Conference 25. American 20-9 100 NR Patriot League Others Receiving Votes: San Diego 15-11 53 West Coast Conference Wyoming 16-9 52 Mountain West Conference Drake 18-10 39 Missouri Valley Conference North Texas 17-8 25 Conference USA Marshall 16-8 24 Conference USA Furman 18-9 19 Southern Conference San Diego State 15-9 7 Mountain West Conference


Welcome Hawaii to the mid-major top 25, and it's about time! BYU moves up, the Lou moves down, and Drake falls out after their loss to Loyola.
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Bryant (Score Galore) -- 16-13, 9-7 T-3rd America East. 1 game to finish off the regular season for Bryant, an 87-76 win at Stony Brook. Due to tiebreakers, they will be the #3 seed in the America East tourney.

Maine (Cillian O'Reilly) -- 13-16, 6-10 4 way tie for 7th (last place) America East. Also 1 game for Maine this week, a 75-59 win at home vs. UMBC. They'll be the 8th seed in the America East tourney.

UMass Lowell (Ekeje Bafou) -- 17-12, 11-5 T-1st America East. The River Hawks missed a chance to win the America East regular season title outright, as they lost their last regular season game at Hartford 68-56. They still draw the top seed in the America East tourney.

St. Louis (Kuji Chagulia) -- 21-7, 10-4 3rd Atlantic Ten. Kuji picked up win number 100 for his career this week, winning at St. Bonaventure 66-54. They then returned home to LaSalle and won 68-51, for win #101 for Kuji.

High Point (Roy Rogers) -- 16-13, 11-5 T-1st North Division of Big South. The Panthers ended the regular season by smashing Prebyterian at home, 91-57. They'll be the 4th seed in the Big South tournament.

Hawaii (B.B. Gunn) -- 20-7, 14-0 1st Big West. Hawaii clinched the Big West regular season title this week, with 2 more wins both at home. First a 72-54 win against Cal Poly, then a very tough 108-103 overtime win against UCSB. Now can they finish off the regular season undefeated in Big West play?

Bradley (Alex Donovan) -- 8-20, 5-13 9th MVC. 2 more road losses for the Braves this week, first getting hammered 82-39 at Evansville, then losing 71-58 at Loyola Chicago. They'll be in the play-in round as the 9th seed in the MVC tourney.

Drake (Randolph Childress) -- 19-11, 13-5 T-1st MVC. A bad loss at Lafayette, 76-68 to start the week, then they finish off the regular season with an 88-67 win at Missouri St. They'll be the 2nd seed in the MVC tourney.

Evansville (DeShawn St. John) -- 13-16, 11-7 3rd MVC. 2 home wins to finish off the regular season, an 82-39 pounding of Bradley, then an 88-85 OT win against Northern Iowa. They'll be the 3rd seed in the MVC tourney.

Illinois State (Timmy Tribble) -- 10-18, 7-11 8th MVC. 2 road wins to finish off the regular season, as they won at Indiana St. 58-50 then won at Southern Illinois 78-68. Unfortunately this wasn't enough to keep them out of the play-in round. They'll be the 8th seed playing a day early.

Loyola Chicago (Jawouk Bafou) -- 15-13, 9-9 6th MVC. A home split to finish off the regular season, as the Ramblers lost 95-92 to Northern Iowa, then beat Bradley 71-58.. Congrats to Mr. Bafou as for the first time ever, Loyola Chicago will avoid the play-in round, as the 6th seed. They get to rest an extra day this season!

Northern Iowa (Ernesto Lopez) -- 13-16, 8-10 7th MVC. 2 really tough road games to end the regular season, a 95-92 win at Loyola Chicago and an 88-85 loss at Evansville. If they beat Evansville, then they probably avoid the play-in round, as it stands, they are playing on Thursday night as the 7th seed.

BYU (Patrick Hutt) -- 20-9, 12-6 2nd WCC. Only 1 game this week for the Cougars, an 82-64 win at Pepperdine. They'll get the 2nd seed and a bye in the WCC tournament.

Here is a look at the polls:

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Top 25 # Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference test test test test -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Oklahoma State (67) 25-3 1795 2 Big 12 Conference 2. Pittsburgh (5) 24-5 1732 1 Atlantic Coast Conference 3. Connecticut 24-5 1635 5 American Athletic Conference 4. Miami 21-6 1575 3 Atlantic Coast Conference 5. Wisconsin 22-6 1494 8 Big Ten Conference 6. Tennessee 23-5 1439 4 Southeastern Conference 7. Ohio State 22-7 1362 7 Big Ten Conference 8. Villanova 24-5 1315 6 Big East Conference 9. Saint Mary's 24-5 1170 11 West Coast Conference 10. Michigan 22-6 1157 12 Big Ten Conference 11. Purdue 22-6 1027 9 Big Ten Conference 12. Louisville 22-6 1020 13 Atlantic Coast Conference 13. Kansas 20-7 975 14 Big 12 Conference 14. Mississippi 22-5 893 18 Southeastern Conference 15. Baylor 20-7 766 16 Big 12 Conference 16. Duke 19-9 721 20 Atlantic Coast Conference 17. Syracuse 20-9 610 17 Atlantic Coast Conference 18. Stanford 20-9 562 15 Pacific-12 Conference 19. Southern California 21-7 421 10 Pacific-12 Conference 20. Marquette 19-8 392 19 Big East Conference 21. Seton Hall 21-7 355 25 Big East Conference 22. Xavier 21-8 340 23 Big East Conference 23. Texas 20-8 167 21 Big 12 Conference 24. Saint Louis 21-7 147 NR Atlantic 10 Conference 25. Wichita State 23-7 80 NR Missouri Valley Conference Others Receiving Votes: Georgetown 19-10 71 Big East Conference Hofstra 23-6 47 Colonial Athletic Association Colorado 20-8 34 Pacific-12 Conference Chattanooga 23-6 25 Southern Conference Princeton 22-6 24 Ivy League Alcorn State 22-5 14 Southwestern Athletic Conference Air Force 21-7 12 Mountain West Conference Southern Mississippi 20-7 9 Conference USA North Carolina 18-10 5 Atlantic Coast Conference Memphis 18-9 4 American Athletic Conference UCLA 18-9 3 Pacific-12 Conference Missouri 16-11 2 Southeastern Conference


Still no Hawaii? I realize their strength of schedule isn't the greatest, but come on, a team that is undefeated in conference play going into the last week of the regular season should get at least 1 national vote, am I right?

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Mid Major Top 25 # Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference test test test test -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Saint Mary's (72) 24-5 1800 1 West Coast Conference 2. Wichita State 23-7 1675 5 Missouri Valley Conference 3. Saint Louis 21-7 1601 3 Atlantic 10 Conference 4. Brigham Young 20-9 1541 4 West Coast Conference 5. Hofstra 23-6 1497 7 Colonial Athletic Association 6. Southern Mississippi 20-7 1406 8 Conference USA 7. Air Force 21-7 1391 9 Mountain West Conference 8. Saint Joseph's 19-7 1303 15 Atlantic 10 Conference 9. Chattanooga 23-6 1167 6 Southern Conference 10. Princeton 22-6 1132 11 Ivy League 11. UNLV 20-8 1107 2 Mountain West Conference 12. VCU 18-8 975 10 Atlantic 10 Conference 13. UW Milwaukee 21-8 948 16 Horizon League 14. Fresno State 20-8 881 14 Mountain West Conference 15. Alcorn State 22-5 745 18 Southwestern Athletic Conference 16. Sacramento State 21-6 738 13 Big Sky Conference 17. Monmouth 22-7 678 12 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference 18. UW Green Bay 21-8 555 21 Horizon League 19. Belmont 21-9 527 17 Ohio Valley Conference 20. Hawaii 20-7 501 24 Big West Conference 21. Richmond 19-9 342 19 Atlantic 10 Conference 22. Northeastern 20-9 326 20 Colonial Athletic Association 23. American 20-9 187 25 Patriot League 24. Georgia Southern 20-9 162 22 Sun Belt Conference 25. LIU Brooklyn 21-8 91 23 Northeast Conference Others Receiving Votes: Wyoming 17-10 44 Mountain West Conference Drake 19-11 24 Missouri Valley Conference San Diego State 16-10 18 Mountain West Conference Colorado State 16-10 16 Mountain West Conference North Texas 18-9 14 Conference USA Loyola Maryland 19-11 6 Patriot League Florida International 16-11 2 Conference USA


Even in the mid-major poll, I feel that Hawaii is being slighted. It'll be interesting to see what happens in both polls next week and in the weeks to come, especially if they finish the regular season undefeated in Big West play and win the Big West tourney.
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We have 6 conferences represented by FOFC coaches, and 4 of those conferences had their conference tournament this week, so we start there.

America East Tournament

Bryant (Score Galore) lost a heartbreaker in their first game, as (6) Albany beat them 66-64 in OT. They have a 16-14 record and a very slim shot at the postseason. If so, it'll almost certainly be the CIT.

Maine (Cillian O'Reilly) got hammered in the play-in game, losing to (9) Stony Brook 93-68. They finish the regular season at 13-17, and they will be done.

UMass Lowell (Ekeje Bafou) came in as the top seed but lost in the quarterfinals to (9) Stony Brook 87-79. They have a 17-13 record and since they split their conference regular season title, should be in line for CBI or CIT.

Big South Tournament

High Point (Roy Rogers) lost in the quarterfinals to (5) Winthrop 86-81. With a 16-14 record, they also have a slim shot at the postseason.

MVC Tournament

Bradley (Alex Donovan) beat (8) Illinois St. 73-67 in a play-in game, then lost in the quarterfinals to (1) Wichita St. 63-45. With a 9-21 record, the Braves are done, obviously. The question is, will Donovan keep his job?

Drake (Randolph Childress) beat (7) Northern Iowa 68-45 in the quarterfinals, then got by (3) Evansville 73-72 in the semifinals, then won the MVC title game over (1) Wichita St. 65-57. They'll receive an auto bid to the NCAA tournament, but with a 22-11 record, will probably be looking at a potential First Four match-up.

Evansville (DeShawn St. John) beat (6) Loyola Chicago 67-65 in the quarterfinals, but lost 73-72 to (2) Drake in the semifinals. Despite finishing 3rd in the MVC, their 14-17 record should keep them at home when the brackets are announced.

Illinois State (Timmy Tribble) lost a play-in game to (9) Bradley 73-67 and end their season with a 10-19 record, surely pitting Tribble on the hotseat next year.

Loyola Chicago (Jawouk Bafou) lost in the quarterfinals to (3) Evansville 67-65. They have a 15-15 record on the season, and could sneak into the CBI or CIT, but that 184 RPI surely will keep them at home.

Northern Iowa (Ernesto Lopez) won their play-in game over (10) Indiana State 72-60, then lost in the quarterfinals to (2) Drake 68-45, more than likely ending their season at 14-17.

WCC Tournament

BYU (Patrick Hutt) beat (7) Portland 61-58 in the quarterfinals, then smashed (6) Gonzaga 95-65 in the semifinals. They'll play (5) Pepperdine in the WCC championship game, and that will be covered next week.

Our other 2 teams finished off their conference schedule this week, let's look at them.

St. Louis (Kuji Chagulia) -- 23-7, 12-4 2nd Atlantic Ten. The Billikens finished off their regular season by beating St. Josephs 80-62, then going to UMass and winning 70-56. They'll be the #2 seed in the A-Ten Tourney.

Hawaii (B.B. Gunn) -- 22-7, 16-0 1st Big West. And there you have it, the Warriors finished with an undefeated conference season, the only team in the nation to do so. A couple road games this week, winning at UC Davis 84-71 and winning at UC Irvine 75-66. Obviously, they'll be the #1 seed in the Big West Tourney.

Let's have a look at some polls shall we?

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Top 25 # Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference test test test test -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Oklahoma State (68) 26-4 1796 1 Big 12 Conference 2. Pittsburgh (4) 25-6 1731 2 Atlantic Coast Conference 3. Connecticut 25-5 1616 3 American Athletic Conference 4. Wisconsin 24-6 1593 5 Big Ten Conference 5. Tennessee 25-5 1499 6 Southeastern Conference 6. Miami 22-7 1404 4 Atlantic Coast Conference 7. Villanova 26-5 1394 8 Big East Conference 8. Kansas 22-7 1253 13 Big 12 Conference 9. Louisville 24-6 1203 12 Atlantic Coast Conference 10. Michigan 24-6 1201 10 Big Ten Conference 11. Ohio State 23-8 1046 7 Big Ten Conference 12. Mississippi 24-5 1010 14 Southeastern Conference 13. Saint Mary's 25-6 983 9 West Coast Conference 14. Purdue 23-7 858 11 Big Ten Conference 15. Duke 21-9 816 16 Atlantic Coast Conference 16. Stanford 22-9 748 18 Pacific-12 Conference 17. Saint Louis 23-7 538 24 Atlantic 10 Conference 18. Syracuse 21-10 531 17 Atlantic Coast Conference 19. Colorado 22-8 377 NR Pacific-12 Conference 20. Baylor 20-9 343 15 Big 12 Conference 21. Marquette 20-9 322 20 Big East Conference 22. Texas 21-9 261 23 Big 12 Conference 23. Princeton 24-6 225 NR Ivy League 24. Southern California 21-9 172 19 Pacific-12 Conference 25. Missouri 18-11 113 NR Southeastern Conference Others Receiving Votes: Xavier 22-9 87 Big East Conference UCLA 20-9 77 Pacific-12 Conference Wichita State 25-8 67 Missouri Valley Conference Georgetown 20-10 44 Big East Conference Memphis 20-9 32 American Athletic Conference Chattanooga 24-7 17 Southern Conference Hofstra 24-7 17 Colonial Athletic Association Seton Hall 21-9 11 Big East Conference Air Force 22-8 10 Mountain West Conference Brigham Young 22-9 5 West Coast Conference


No doubt in my mind, Hawaii's strength of schedule is hurting them, because how can you justify a team going undefeated in their conference and not even getting 1 first place vote? In my mind, you can't.

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Mid Major Top 25 # Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference test test test test -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Saint Mary's (72) 25-6 1800 1 West Coast Conference 2. Saint Louis 23-7 1711 3 Atlantic 10 Conference 3. Brigham Young 22-9 1597 4 West Coast Conference 4. Wichita State 25-8 1589 2 Missouri Valley Conference 5. Princeton 24-6 1469 10 Ivy League 6. Hofstra 24-7 1360 5 Colonial Athletic Association 7. Air Force 22-8 1320 7 Mountain West Conference 8. Southern Mississippi 21-8 1299 6 Conference USA 9. VCU 20-8 1263 12 Atlantic 10 Conference 10. UW Milwaukee 23-8 1135 13 Horizon League 11. UNLV 21-9 1056 11 Mountain West Conference 12. Chattanooga 24-7 1016 9 Southern Conference 13. Fresno State 21-8 1013 14 Mountain West Conference 14. Hawaii 22-7 838 20 Big West Conference 15. Saint Joseph's 19-9 779 8 Atlantic 10 Conference 16. Richmond 21-9 743 21 Atlantic 10 Conference 17. Alcorn State 23-6 587 15 Southwestern Athletic Conference 18. Belmont 22-10 548 19 Ohio Valley Conference 19. UW Green Bay 21-8 519 18 Horizon League 20. Monmouth 23-8 470 17 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference 21. Drake 22-11 362 NR Missouri Valley Conference 22. Wyoming 19-10 322 NR Mountain West Conference 23. Sacramento State 21-8 191 16 Big Sky Conference 24. Northeastern 21-10 153 22 Colonial Athletic Association 25. Georgia Southern 21-10 127 24 Sun Belt Conference Others Receiving Votes: LIU Brooklyn 22-9 47 Northeast Conference American 20-10 22 Patriot League Charlotte 18-12 20 Conference USA Colorado State 17-11 16 Mountain West Conference North Texas 19-10 12 Conference USA South Alabama 20-11 5 Sun Belt Conference Loyola Maryland 20-12 4 Patriot League San Diego State 17-11 4 Mountain West Conference Pepperdine 19-13 3 West Coast Conference


At least Hawaii is getting some respect in the mid-major polls, jumping up 6 spots, one of the biggest jumps in the poll. Drake also reenters the mid-major top 25 after being unranked last week.
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We've got 2 complete conference tournament and a conference tourney final to look at, so here we go.

Atlantic Ten Tournament

St. Louis (Kuji Chagulia) beat (10) Duquesne 73-55 in the quarterfinals, then beat (3) St. Josephs 69-61 in the semifinals, but lost 59-49 to (5) UMass in the A-Ten Title Game. Despite that, with a national ranking and 25-8 record, they should have no trouble receiving an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament.

Big West Tournament

Hawaii (B.B. Gunn) ran through conference play like it was nothing, and expected to do the same in the conference tourney. Not so fast. In what might be the upset of the year, the Warriors lost in the quarterfinals to (8) UC Irvine 67-59. Given the fact they didn't even have 1 national vote, I have a feeling their bubble will burst and they'll end up in the NIT.

WCC Championship

BYU (Patrick Hutt) won their first 2 games to get here, and finished it off with a 106-95 win over (5) Pepperdine to earn an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. Their seed is anybodys guess, but if I had to, I'd say around an 8 or 9.

Here's a look at the final polls before Selection Sunday:

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Top 25 # Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference test test test test -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Oklahoma State (72) 29-4 1800 1 Big 12 Conference 2. Connecticut 28-5 1723 3 American Athletic Conference 3. Pittsburgh 25-7 1625 2 Atlantic Coast Conference 4. Villanova 29-5 1595 7 Big East Conference 5. Ohio State 27-8 1495 11 Big Ten Conference 6. Wisconsin 24-7 1461 4 Big Ten Conference 7. Kansas 24-8 1349 8 Big 12 Conference 8. Syracuse 25-10 1219 18 Atlantic Coast Conference 9. Tennessee 25-6 1200 5 Southeastern Conference 10. Michigan 25-7 1181 10 Big Ten Conference 11. Miami 22-8 1112 6 Atlantic Coast Conference 12. Louisville 25-7 1023 9 Atlantic Coast Conference 13. Saint Mary's 25-6 940 13 West Coast Conference 14. Purdue 25-8 888 14 Big Ten Conference 15. Mississippi 24-6 781 12 Southeastern Conference 16. Duke 23-10 734 15 Atlantic Coast Conference 17. Stanford 22-10 659 16 Pacific-12 Conference 18. Saint Louis 25-8 508 17 Atlantic 10 Conference 19. Marquette 22-10 466 21 Big East Conference 20. Xavier 23-10 344 NR Big East Conference 21. Colorado 22-9 287 19 Pacific-12 Conference 22. Princeton 24-6 234 23 Ivy League 23. Memphis 22-10 164 NR American Athletic Conference 24. Texas 22-10 156 22 Big 12 Conference 25. Southern California 22-10 93 24 Pacific-12 Conference Others Receiving Votes: Wichita State 25-8 84 Missouri Valley Conference Southern Mississippi 24-8 71 Conference USA Washington 23-11 55 Pacific-12 Conference Baylor 20-10 42 Big 12 Conference Brigham Young 23-9 28 West Coast Conference Georgetown 20-11 28 Big East Conference Hofstra 24-7 19 Colonial Athletic Association Seton Hall 22-10 14 Big East Conference Chattanooga 24-7 12 Southern Conference UCLA 20-10 10 Pacific-12 Conference


Not much change here, even with the loss in the A-Ten title game, the Lou only fell 1 spot.

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Mid Major Top 25 # Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference test test test test -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Saint Mary's (72) 25-6 1800 1 West Coast Conference 2. Saint Louis 25-8 1712 2 Atlantic 10 Conference 3. Brigham Young 23-9 1619 3 West Coast Conference 4. Southern Mississippi 24-8 1576 8 Conference USA 5. Wichita State 25-8 1483 4 Missouri Valley Conference 6. UNLV 24-9 1466 11 Mountain West Conference 7. Princeton 24-6 1359 5 Ivy League 8. Hofstra 24-7 1272 6 Colonial Athletic Association 9. VCU 21-9 1207 9 Atlantic 10 Conference 10. Air Force 22-9 1130 7 Mountain West Conference 11. Chattanooga 24-7 1032 12 Southern Conference 12. UW Milwaukee 23-9 971 10 Horizon League 13. UW Green Bay 23-8 970 19 Horizon League 14. Fresno State 22-9 905 13 Mountain West Conference 15. Saint Joseph's 20-10 767 15 Atlantic 10 Conference 16. Belmont 22-10 677 18 Ohio Valley Conference 17. Monmouth 23-8 521 20 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference 18. Hawaii 22-8 495 14 Big West Conference 19. Alcorn State 24-7 492 17 Southwestern Athletic Conference 20. Wyoming 21-11 479 22 Mountain West Conference 21. Richmond 21-10 443 16 Atlantic 10 Conference 22. Drake 22-11 361 21 Missouri Valley Conference 23. Massachusetts 22-12 246 NR Atlantic 10 Conference 24. Sacramento State 23-9 150 23 Big Sky Conference 25. Northeastern 21-10 92 24 Colonial Athletic Association Others Receiving Votes: LIU Brooklyn 22-9 62 Northeast Conference Georgia Southern 21-10 47 Sun Belt Conference American 20-10 20 Patriot League San Diego State 19-12 19 Mountain West Conference South Alabama 21-11 12 Sun Belt Conference Ohio 22-13 7 Mid-American Conference Charlotte 19-13 4 Conference USA South Carolina State 22-10 3 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Loyola Maryland 20-12 1 Patriot League


I'm a little bit surprised that BYU didn't receive some first place votes here, and at the very least jump over St. Louis, since they won their conference tourney and St. Louis didn't. Very interesting.
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BYU got the #6 seed in the NCAA West Region and will take on the winner of a First Four game between Wyoming and Alabama.

St. Louis got the #7 seed in the NCAA Midwest Region and will take on (10) Missouri in the First, Second Round, whatever you want to call it.

Drake gets the #12 seed in the NCAA South Region and will take on (5) St. Marys in the First Round. More mid-major bias by the selection committee, but given how weak the MVC is right now, I'm not surprised.

Hawaii, as expected, gets bounced to the NIT. They'll be the #5 seed in the NIT East Region and will travel to (4) Oklahoma in the Second Round.

UMass Lowell does get into the CIT and will host (9) Nicholls St. in the First Round.

2 notes: That UC Irvine team that won 7 games during the regular season, but upset Hawaii in the First Round of the Big West Tourney? Well they ended up somehow getting hot and winning the Big West Tourney, earning a First Four berth in the NCAA Tournament. So bbgunn, don't feel too bad, at least the team that knocked you out of a chance for the NCAA tournament won the conference tournament and got the bid that should have been Hawaii's.

Also, nothing has changed in the MVC, as they sent just 3 teams to the postseason. Thankfully I got out of there when I did. The MVC is still running a conference prestige of 3.
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Old 11-19-2014, 08:19 PM   #330
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2020 NCAA Second Round

(6) BYU beat (11) Wyoming 86-83.

(10) Missouri beat (7) St. Louis 55-48.

(12) Drake beat (5) St. Marys 76-64.

NIT Second Round

(4) Oklahoma beat (5) Hawaii 73-67.

CIT First Round

(9) Nicholls St. beat (8) UMass Lowell 96-88.
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2020 NCAA Third Round

(6) BYU beat (3) Miami 86-77.

(4) Stanford beat (12) Drake 82-60.

2020 NCAA Sweet Sixteen

(2) UConn beat (6) BYU 89-60.

BYU got hot late in the season and turned that into a Sweet Sixteen appearance. Tough last couple games for Hawaii, who after winning 17 of 18 games, lost their last 2 when it mattered most. Drake got a nice upset win in the first round of the NCAA while St. Louis disappointed. UMass Lowell will hopefully continue to build off their postseason appearance.

2020 Postseason Wrap-Up

The NCAA Final Four was a bit of a bust, as only 1 top seed made it. In the first semifinal, (1W) Tennessee beat (7S) Duke 84-81, while (6E) Georgia beat (6MW) Marquette 77-75. This led to an all-SEC championship game, in which Georgia beat Tennessee 75-69.

The NIT Final Four saw nary a top seed, as the first semifinal saw (4S) Oklahoma beat (7W) Loyola Marymount 75-68. The second semifinal saw (6MW) Notre Dame beat (2E) Illinois 72-66. The NIT championship was a classic, as Notre Dame beat Oklahoma 78-77.

The CBI championship series was even more amazing as (11) Colorado State beat (16) Duquesne 2 games to none. Colorado State won the first game 81-80 and the second game 80-75. Wow!

And finally, the CIT championship, which saw (11) Colgate beat (9) Nicholls State 70-59.

1 other thing of note, as we stick with UC Irvine who shocked Hawaii in the Big West tournament. They won their First Four game over Stony Brook 76-51, then pulled an even bigger upset by bouncing (1) Villanova 69-66 in the second round. Holy cow!

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Old 11-19-2014, 08:46 PM   #332
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2019-2020 National Awards

Our FOFC teams had 2 national awards. SR Allen Huber from Drake made the All-NCAA First Team, while SR Kenneth Wolfe from BYU made the All-NCAA Second Team.

2019-2020 Conference Awards

Bryant put JR Xander Griffiths on the America East 1st Team.

Maine had SR Roosevelt Moore on the America East 1st Team.

UMass Lowell had the America East Coach of the Year in Ekeje Bafou, and also put SR Joe Kelly and SO Mark Schlueter on the America East 2nd Team.

St. Louis had FR Scottie Jeyes clean up on the awards. He was named Atlantic Ten Freshman of the Year, as well as being on the Atlantic Ten All Freshman Team and the Atlantic Ten 1st Team. JR James Langford was on the Atlantic Ten 2nd Team.

High Point SR Terrance Click was the Big South Player of the Year, as well as being on the Big South 1st Team. High Point also had 2 players on the Big South All-Freshman Team, Joseph Spech and Dennis David.

Hawaii coach B.B. Gunn was the Big West Coach of the Year (no shock there, although I'm sure he would have traded that award for an NCAA bid). Hawaii also had the Big West Freshman of the Year in Geraldo Fernandez, who also made the Big West All-Freshman Team. SR Kurt Shoobert made the Big West First Team, while JRs Norm Shill and Philippe Deffrenne made the Big West 2nd Team.

No awards for Bradley, Evansville, Illinois State, or Northern Iowa.

Drake head coach Randolph Childress was the MVC Coach of the Year. The Bulldogs also had the MVC Player of the year in SR Allen Huber, who made the MVC 1st Team along with JR Mario Hicks and SR Efrain Kistler.

Loyola Chicago put SR Glenn Huey on the MVC 1st Team and SR Lamar Mingo on the MVC 2nd Team.

BYU had the WCC Player of the Year in SR Kenneth Wolfe, who also made the WCC 1st Team. JR Floyd Collins made the WCC 2nd Team.
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Bryant had the 340th best class in the nation, good for 8th in the America East.

Maine had the 253rd best class in the nation, good for 3rd in the America East.

UMass Lowell had the 231st best class in the nation, good for 2nd in the America East.

St. Louis had the 24th best class in the nation, tops in the Atlantic Ten.

High Point had the 272nd best class in the nation, good for 7th in the Big South.

Hawaii had the 125th best class in the nation, good for 4th in the Big West.

Bradley had the 140th best class in the nation, good for 5th in the MVC.

Drake was a huge disappointment, 304th in the nation, last in the MVC.

Evansville had the 143rd best class in the nation, good for 6th in the MVC.

Illinois State had the 178th best class in the nation, good for 7th in the MVC.

Loyola Chicago had the 84th best class in the nation, good for 3rd in the MVC.

Northern Iowa had the 103rd best class in the nation, good for 4th in the MVC.

BYU had the 37th best class in the nation, tops in the WCC. They also were 1 of 2 FOFC teams to pick up a 4 star recruit, the other being St. Louis.
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Old 11-19-2014, 09:01 PM   #334
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There was no conference movement this offseason, and I stop here for the night, because I am about to make an offer to all 6 of the MVC coaches:

When I started this dynasty, I wanted human coaches in the MVC as I was the commissioner of the conference. Now that I am concentrating on FOFC coaches only, it's not fair to have 6 coaches stay in the MVC if you don't want to.

So... for this season, and this season only, I am extending to Alex Donovan, Randolph Childress, DeShawn St. John, Timmy Tribble, Jawouk Bafou, and Ernesto Lopez this offer: If you want to move to another school outside the MVC without being offered the job, I will allow it. Or, if you want to stay at your MVC school and see how things play out, you're more than welcome to. Now, with that being said, I will not allow you to just jump to a school that is much better than the one you are at. It has to be a school that has close to the same RPI as you are currently at.

So, sirfozzie, ntndeacon, bbgunn, Grover, britrock88, and JAG, I will send you all a PM, please PM me back as soon as you can and let me know if you want to keep your MVC coach where he's at, or move him to a different school, if you want to move him, then I will let you know what the options are.

Until that is taken care of, I'll put this on hold, but I won't wait forever. If I haven't heard from you within a few days, I'll just keep you where you're at.
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Head Coach Movement- Round 1

britrock88 and JAG wanted to keep their MVC coaches where they were at, so Jawouk Bafou is staying at Loyola Chicago and Ernesto Lopez is staying at Northern Iowa.

ntndeacon elected to move Randolph Childress to Dayton

bbgunn elected to move DeShawn St. John to UTEP.

I never heard back from Grover, so Timmy Tribble will stay at Illinois St.

I also never heard back from sirfozzie, so Alex Donovan will stay at Bradley.

We have 2 new FOFCers in the mix, korme and DavidCorperial.

Korme has made coach Shane Korme, who will go to Wright St.

DavidCorperial has made coach David Ginsberg, who will go to Hartford.



So that takes care of the MVC and new FOFC coaches. Don't worry, I will give a recap of all the human coaches in this dynasty, as soon as head coach movement is completed, but we still have some other FOFC coaches to deal with.

B.B. Gunn has received several job offers, but personally if it were up to me, I wouldn't leave Hawaii for any of them. bbgunn, the offers are Central Arkansas, Charleston Southern, Delaware St., Hampton, North Florida, Pennsylvania, Tennessee State, Texas Arlington, and VMI. yuck! As soon as I hear back from you I'll click the button and move to the next round of head coach offers.
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B.B. Gunn has received several job offers, but personally if it were up to me, I wouldn't leave Hawaii for any of them.
You know me well! Yeah, just keep me at Hawaii.
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Head Coach Offers- Round 2

More offers for B.B. Gunn, who is a wanted man, but again, most of the offers I wouldn't touch. bbgunn, here are the ones that I would look at: Belmont, California, College of Charleston, Dayton, Hofstra, and VCU. Any of those sound appealing, or is Hawaii still your choice? I don't just want to assume and keep you at Hawaii, so I'll always ask when you have new offers.

Also, Patrick Hutt got an offer, he also was offered the California job. So.. Zinto, you have a choice to make too.

So I need to hear from bbgunn and Zinto.
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The California job is a little tempting, but let's stick with Hawaii.
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Old 11-29-2014, 08:46 AM   #339
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thanks bbgunn. Zinto it's your call. Do you want Patrick Hutt to go to California or stay at BYU?
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As is seems Zinto hasn't been on this site in over 2 weeks, I'm going to go ahead and get the next season going. I will have a post or 2 tonight.
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Old 12-12-2014, 02:46 PM   #341
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2020-2021 FOFC Coach Hotseat Ratings

Score Galore (Bryant) -- While Mr. Galores seat is now cool, the board still wants him to finish with at least a .500 conference record.

David Ginsberg (Hartford) -- A new FOFC coach, but the board is expecting big things, namely a conference championship.

Cillian O'Reilly (Maine) -- Despite the failings of last season, Cillian's seat is still cool, but the board still wants an NCAA Tournament appearance.

Ekeje Bafou (UMass Lowell) -- Ekeje has a nice, cool seat after last season, with expectations still to finish with a minimum of .500 in conference play.

Randolph Childress (Davidson) -- This is a new job for Randolph, but the board wants him to compete for the conference championship. Still not sure how Davidson ended up in the A-Ten.

Kuji Chagulia (St. Louis) -- A conference championship is what the board wants Kuji to deliver this season, his seat is cool.

Roy Rogers (High Point) -- Lofty goals for Mr. Rogers this season, the board at High Point wants an NCAA Tournament berth. His seat is average.

B.B. Gunn (Hawaii) -- After last season, the board has pretty much iced Kuji's seat. It is nice and cold at the moment. All they ask of Hawaii this season is just to compete for the Big West title.

DeShawn St. John (UTEP) -- DeShawn moved to UTEP for this upcoming season, starting with an average seat, and the board hopes he can get his team to compete for a conference title.

Shane Korme (Wright St.) -- Shane is our second new coach to the FOFC mix this season, but like many of the other FOFC coaches, his board wants him to get his team to compete for the conference championship. His seat is average.

Alex Donovan (Bradley) -- Time is running out for Alex as the head coach at Bradley. His seat is warm and the board is getting impatient. If he doesn't finish with a .500 conference record or better this season, he may be looking for a new job.

Timmy Tribble (Illinois St.) -- Things haven't gone Timmys way yet as the head coach of the Redbirds. The board still has expectations of an MVC title, but his seat is still just average.

Jawouk Bafou (Loyola Chicago) -- Jawouk is really meshing quite nicely at Loyola. His seat is cool and the board still just wants a .500+ conference record.

Ernesto Lopez (Northern Iowa) -- It's an average seat for Ernesto, as is the standard, the board wants UNI to compete for a conference championship.

Patrick Hutt (BYU) -- Patrick is no doubt the most successful of the FOFC coaches so far. His seat at BYU is cool but the board would like a Sweet Sixteen appearance.
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Old 12-12-2014, 03:00 PM   #342
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2020 Season Tournaments

St. Louis is the 2nd seed in the 2020 Anaheim Invitational and will face (7) Cleveland St. in the opening round.

Wright St. is the 9th seed in the 2020 Coaches Invitational and will face (8) Richmond in the first round.

Hawaii gets disrespect a little by drawing the 15th seed in the 2020 Coaches Invitational. They'll take on (2) Georgetown in the opening round.

Bradley is the 14th seed in the 2020 GDS Classic and will face (3) South Carolina.

Illinois St. is the 4th seed in the 2020 Las Vegas Shootout and will take on (13) East Tennessee State in the first round.

BYU is the 2nd seed in the 4 team 2020 Legends Invitational. They'll take on (3) Creighton in the opening round.

Northern Iowa is the 8th seed in the 8 team 2020 Paradise Shootout and will open up against (1) Oklahoma St.

UTEP is the 5th seed in the 8 team 2020 Rainbow Invitational and will open up against (4) Providence.

Davidson is the 5th seed in the 8 team 2020 San Juan Classic and will open up against (4) Clemson.

Not bad, 9 of our 15 FOFC teams get a tournament this season.
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Old 12-13-2014, 07:49 PM   #343
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2020 Season Tournament Wrap-Up

2020 Anaheim Invitational

St. Louis won their opening game 72-56 over (7) Cleveland St., then lost in the winners bracket semifinals 92-85 to (3) Michigan, then hammered (1) Arizona in the 3rd place game 88-64.

2020 Coaches Invitational

Wright St. lost their first round game to (8) Richmond 79-61.

Hawaii also lost their first round game to (2) Georgetown, but played really tough, only losing 83-80.

2020 GDS Classic

Bradley played really, really well, but lost their first round game to (3) South Carolina 98-96.

2020 Las Vegas Shootout

Illinois St. beat (13) E. Tennessee St. 81-74 in the first round, then lost to (5) Central Florida in the quarterfinals, 81-71.

2020 Legends Invitational

BYU lost their first round game to (3) Creighton 76-71, then won the third place game over (4) Evansville 71-68.

2020 Paradise Shootout

Northern Iowa shocked (1) Oklahoma St. 99-91 in OT in the first round, then kept it going by beating (5) Florida St. 84-72 in the winners bracket semifinals, and finished it off by beating (3) Alabama 75-71 in the championship game! Congrats to Ernesto Lopez on the Paradise Shootout title!

2020 Rainbow Invitational

UTEP got hammered by (4) Providence 95-56 in the first round, then beat (8) Northern Colorado 92-76 in the consolation semifinals, but lost the 5th place game to (6) Indiana St. 64-62.

2020 San Juan Classic

Davidson lost 84-79 to (4) Clemson in the first round, then beat (8) Harvard 87-72 in the consolation semifinals, but lost the 5th place game to (6) Air Force 64-38.

Overall, not a good tournament performance by our FOFC teams. Great efforts from Bradley and Hawaii in first round losses, and of course Northern Iowa winning their tournament was huge.
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Old 12-13-2014, 08:32 PM   #344
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Here is how our FOFC teams have fared through Dec. 28, 2020

Bryant (Score Galore) -- 6-7, 1-0 America East. Some good wins for Bryant include Virginia and 24th ranked Oregon. Don't let that 6-7 record fool you, Bryant played a tough non-conference schedule including games against 3 teams that are currently ranked. This is indicated by their RPI which is currently 31.

Hartford (David Ginsberg) -- 8-5, 1-0 America East. Hartford had a signature win over Vanderbilt, but a loss at 4-8 Manhattan hurt. Still, they have a nice RPI at 45 as rookie coach Ginsberg is off to a promising start.

Maine (Cillian O'Reilly) -- 7-6, 0-1 America East. The Black Bears won their first 5, including a season opening win against Green Bay, but have lost 6 of their last 8 since, including their conference opener.

UMass Lowell (Ekeje Bafou) -- 5-7, 0-0 America East. The River Hawks have played just 1 game against an opponent with an RPI of 149 or better, that was a season opening loss to Memphis who is currently ranked 5th in the nation. Losses to Marist and Boston U have really hurt them.

Davidson (Randolph Childress) -- 3-10, 0-0 Atlantic Ten. It has been a struggle for Mr. Childress since being hired on at Davidson a mere few weeks ago. Their 3 wins have come against NC Central, Savannah St. and Harvard. Not exactly earth shattering wins.

St. Louis (Kuji Chagulia) -- 7-5, 0-0 Atlantic Ten. The Billikens don't really have a bad loss on their schedule, although losing at a 158 Missouri St. team could be considered fairly bad. Right now their RPI is 18 and they still have a few games to go before conference play.

High Point (Roy Rogers) -- 2-10, 0-0 Big South. Eeks! Things are even worse for Roy over at High Point. The injuries have really hurt the Panthers, as 5 players have been injured since the start of the season, including sophomore David Lord who is out for the season with a torn PCL. The really bad loss was a 22 point loss to a 1 win Robert Morris team, at home. Aside from that loss, they've been within single digits of all but 1 of their other opponents. It'll be interesting to see how they fare now that they have everybody but Lord back and healthy.

Hawaii (B.B. Gunn) -- 5-5, 0-0 Big West. I still see greatness in this Hawaii team. Aside from a loss at a 2 win Manhattan team, they've fared well, including that 3 point loss to Georgetown, and a 17 point win at home against UCLA. They have a huge test against undefeated and 16th ranked UMass before they start Big West play.

UTEP (DeShawn St. John) -- 4-7, 0-0 C-USA. There isn't really a wow moment on the schedule for UTEP. Some inexplicable losses for the Miners, including a 20 point loss at a 2 win Portland St. team to begin the season, and a loss at Grand Canyon. There was also the 39 point loss to Providence. It's a bad thing when 2 of your 4 wins have come against teams that haven't won a game yet.

Wright St. (Shane Korme) -- 4-7, 0-0 Horizon. Our other rookie coach to the league, he's had a tough go of it as well. They did have a nice home win against Virginia Tech, but a 17 point loss at a Ball St. team that has a sub 300 RPI leaves a lot to be desired.

Bradley (Alex Donovan) -- 2-9, 0-1 MVC. Don't sleep on that 2-9 record. Out of the 11 games Bradley has played, 8 of them have been against teams that currently have 9 wins or more. They've handed 7th ranked Kentucky their only loss of the season, as well as beating #17 Marquette. So their 2 wins are solid, as are some of their losses. But their last 3 games (a 38 point loss at #21 Purdue, a 1 point home loss to SIU Edwardsville, and a 9 point loss at Southern Illinois to open MVC play) makes this team tough to figure out.

Illinois St. (Timmy Tribble) -- 6-6, 1-1 MVC. The Redbirds have a nice win at Wisconsin, but a 19 point loss at Tennessee St. (263 RPI) and an 8 point lose at home to Illinois Chicago (276 RPI) pretty much negate that Wisconsin win.

Loyola Chicago (Jawouk Bafou) -- 6-5, 1-1 MVC. The Ramblers season took a blow right off the bad when 2 of their starters were academically suspended for the semester. They won their first 4 games and 199 is the best RPI of their first 4 opponents. Hard to say that they really have any key wins or really bad losses on their schedule so far.

Northern Iowa (Ernesto Lopez) -- 6-7, 2-0 MVC. The Panthers slipped a little bit after opening the season by winning the Paradise Shootout. They lost 7 of their last 8, including a loss at Arkansas Little Rock (298 RPI), a 36 point loss to #6 Texas, and a 29 point loss at St. Louis. They've started on the right foot in MVC play by winning their first 2 however.

BYU (Patrick Hutt) -- 7-5, 1-0 WCC. A 10 point loss to UC Davis is by far the worst loss for BYU so far, although the 27 point loss at UCLA ranks right up there. They've given up over 100 points twice so far, to UCLA and Washington. Their 81.2 points allowed per game must get better as the season goes on.

Here's a look at the top 25 poll:

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# Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference test test test test -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Ohio State (64) 12-0 1792 2 Big Ten Conference 2. Connecticut (8) 12-1 1735 1 American Athletic Conference 3. Kansas 10-1 1624 6 Big 12 Conference 4. Pittsburgh 9-1 1578 5 Atlantic Coast Conference 5. Memphis 12-1 1532 3 American Athletic Conference 6. Texas 10-1 1441 7 Big 12 Conference 7. Kentucky 10-1 1380 8 Southeastern Conference 8. North Carolina 8-2 1205 16 Atlantic Coast Conference 9. Georgetown 11-2 1100 4 Big East Conference 10. Stanford 9-1 1090 12 Pacific-12 Conference 11. Tennessee 9-1 1069 11 Southeastern Conference 12. Oklahoma State 10-2 1068 14 Big 12 Conference 13. Belmont 12-0 1004 13 Ohio Valley Conference 14. Temple 8-1 818 17 American Athletic Conference 15. Butler 9-1 772 9 Big East Conference 16. Massachusetts 9-0 746 19 Atlantic 10 Conference 17. Marquette 10-3 596 10 Big East Conference 18. Washington 9-1 582 20 Pacific-12 Conference 19. Duke 7-2 470 22 Atlantic Coast Conference 20. Wichita State 12-1 462 24 Missouri Valley Conference 21. Purdue 9-2 363 NR Big Ten Conference 22. Missouri 8-2 325 25 Southeastern Conference 23. Loyola Marymount 10-1 314 15 West Coast Conference 24. Oregon 8-2 187 NR Pacific-12 Conference 25. Louisville 8-2 138 18 Atlantic Coast Conference Others Receiving Votes: Syracuse 8-3 6 Atlantic Coast Conference Alabama 7-3 2 Southeastern Conference Iowa 8-2 1 Big Ten Conference


And the mid-major top 25:

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# Team FPV Record Points Prv Conference test test test test -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Kansas (72) 10-1 1800 1 Big 12 Conference 2. Texas 10-1 1727 2 Big 12 Conference 3. Oklahoma State 10-2 1646 3 Big 12 Conference 4. Belmont 12-0 1589 4 Ohio Valley Conference 5. Massachusetts 9-0 1512 5 Atlantic 10 Conference 6. Wichita State 12-1 1446 6 Missouri Valley Conference 7. West Virginia 9-3 1271 7 Big 12 Conference 8. Murray State 8-2 1267 8 Sun Belt Conference 9. Baylor 8-3 1244 9 Big 12 Conference 10. Oral Roberts 10-2 1173 10 Summit League 11. Old Dominion 9-2 1071 11 Conference USA 12. Nebraska Omaha 9-2 968 12 Summit League 13. Texas State 8-2 923 13 Sun Belt Conference 14. George Washington 6-2 838 14 Atlantic 10 Conference 15. Kansas State 6-3 783 15 Big 12 Conference 16. Marshall 7-2 738 16 Conference USA 17. Northeastern 11-3 621 17 Colonial Athletic Association 18. Wyoming 10-3 525 18 Mountain West Conference 19. Bowling Green 10-3 439 19 Mid-American Conference 20. Cleveland State 9-3 388 20 Horizon League 21. Rider 10-3 320 21 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference 22. UW Green Bay 9-3 244 22 Horizon League 23. Charlotte 8-3 233 23 Conference USA 24. Oklahoma 7-3 157 24 Big 12 Conference 25. VCU 8-3 131 25 Atlantic 10 Conference Others Receiving Votes: Miami Ohio 8-3 111 Mid-American Conference Richmond 9-3 51 Atlantic 10 Conference Louisiana Tech 7-3 50 Conference USA Nevada 7-3 46 Mountain West Conference George Mason 6-3 26 Atlantic 10 Conference Sacramento State 6-3 16 Big Sky Conference Incarnate Word 7-3 14 Southland Conference Mississippi Valley State 7-3 13 Southwestern Athletic Conference Cornell 6-3 10 Ivy League Montana 5-3 8 Big Sky Conference IPFW 7-3 1 Summit League


I'm just going to tell you right now, the mid-major top 25 polls are going to be really, really weird, since I have the conference prestige changes option set to yes with no way to change it. I also have the maximum conference prestige for the mid-major poll set to 4. Since the Big 12 is a prestige 4 now, they are in the mid-major poll. The WCC is a prestige 5, which is the reason BYU didn't get any votes. I could always change the max conference prestige to a 3 for the mid-major poll. That would eliminate the Big 12, but would also eliminate the Horizon, Mountain West, and Patriot Conferences. What do you guys think? Leave it at 4 and keep the Big 12 schools in the mid-major poll (and we know the Big 12 is not a mid-major conference), or change the max to 3 and eliminate 3 true mid-major conferences from the mid-major poll? I'd love to hear some opinions on this.
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Old 12-14-2014, 12:16 AM   #345
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Leave it be. The XII will bounce up to 5 soon enough.
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Old 12-14-2014, 09:37 PM   #346
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Guys, I have some absolutely horrible news. Tonight I opened up my FBCB game only to find out that the data files were no longer there. I have no idea what happened, but the save files are gone. I've had to uninstall FBCB and reinstall it, so this dynasty is wiped. To say I'm extremely pissed right now is an understatement. I've had about the worst luck with computers that anybody could have and I'm beginning to hate them with a passion.

Nevertheless, I'm going to give this dynasty a fresh start. I'm going to keep everything the same, keep everybody where they were at, which means that some coaches will be happy for a new start, others not so much. If anybody wants out of this dynasty because of this, let me know and I'll take you out, but I do plan on getting it restarted within the next couple days.

Again, everybody will resume coaching at the school they were at when this dynasty was corrupted. I'm too bummed to even think about doing anything with it right now, but hopefully in a day or 2 I'll have it going again. Out of all the dynasties I've done, this one was most enjoyable for me, so I hope you all aren't too upset and still want to participate. Thanks for your patience and understanding.
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Old 12-15-2014, 01:23 AM   #347
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Zoinks! Oh no, Scoob!

Ah, it happens. I just have to say that you have amazing patience. Thanks for all the work!
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Old 12-15-2014, 09:30 PM   #348
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Thanks bbgunn, believe me, I wish that anybody that contributed to this virus and malware stuff got what they deserved. I'm tempted to just throw my computer out the window and be done.

I've had to abandon several interactive projects because of computer issues, and I feel like each time I do, I lose followers and I lose participants. I want to start up another one right now, but I'm hesitant to do so because of my horrible luck. Right now I'm torn, I want to, but I'm hate to do so and then have to scrap another one so soon. Aargh!
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