Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Around the Horn - Baseball & Men's Gator Sports!' started by taxman22, May 20, 2013.
If I recall, that is because LSU's non-conference SOS was horrible.
UCONN wins the Big East and steals a bubble spot.
did liberty steal a spot too - beating campbell?
so what's the prognosis? less than 5% chance of getting in?
UConn OR UND were going to "steal" a spot IMO, so dont think that one mattered much. If UND still gets in, I think theyll just swap out w/ Pitt or Seton Hall, both whom I have in now.
Yes Liberty surely did, Camels will still get in.
SD ST trying to steal another ,, up on N Mexico. Think NM in regardless,,maybe not though,, current rpi 49.. SD ST rpi 94
Other than those, us bubble teams got everything else we needed today. Wins from IU, Ok, Rice
Gators not even last 5, still in Tally in this morning projections from sebaseball.. I dont get it either..lol
Oh yeah,, UF SOS dropped to #2 behind Miami, FWTW.. UF current RPI 35
As hard as these guys played, they shouldn't be invited. Just not good enough. Schedule was amazingly tough, but when you have an actual chance to close but instead lose to an even more pathetic UGA team and get knocked out by a first year conference program, it's time to pack it up for the year and be thankful for the offseason.
Sully needs to stop recruiting kids who are so highly rated that they are never going to step foot at UF. It is not working. This program is right back to where it was before he arrived.
I think we're a little safer than you thanks to the Clemson shutout, but we're both in. Like you said, it was a good day for bubble teams.
LAST FIVE IN: Pittsburgh, Texas A&M, Ohio St., BYU, Miami
FIRST FIVE OUT: Seton Hall, Florida, UC-Santa Barbara, Sam Houston St., Auburn
rpi rankings UF at #35 (#2 SoS; #142 ranked record), tex a&m at #33 (8 SoS, 124 record), auburn at #40 (32 SoS, 82 record)
Pitt is 61 rpi, 204 SoS, 19th record
Miami 20 rpi, #1 SoS, 77th record
BYU 54 rpi, 92 SoS, 67 record
UC-SB 56 rpi, 83 SoS, 77 record
Sam Houston is 48 rpi, 85 SoS, 45 record
Seton Hall is 42 rpi, 141 SoS, 38 record
ohio state is 64 rpi, 76 SoS, 69 record
Miami a lock IMO..no?
" but we're both in"
you taking about UM & UF?
-bogey.. who last 5 & first 5 list is that??
i just took it from the last listing of a projection (on the 1st page of the thread)
Ok see no way tOSU, BYU getting in,, if so AU & UF might as well give up. Pitt may of played its way out as well. May be replaced due to rpi by Irish.
ND however 10-14/6th in Big East,, thats 3 behind 5th place USF,, and 7 behind 4t place Rutgers. Neither of which are even bubble teams that Ive seen. Big East conf RPI 9th btw.
may 26th projection:
Last Five In: Auburn, UCSB, Coastal Carolina, Texas A&M, Seton Hall
Next Ten Out: Western Carolina, William & Mary, Stanford, San Francisco, Pittsburgh, Michigan State, North Florida, Ohio State, Arizona, Illinois State
Gators in the tallahassee regional as the 3-seed facing FAU
Host: Florida State
1. Florida State 44-15 #9 (ACC at large)
4. Maine 37-21 #137 (AE Auto)
2. Florida Atlantic 38-20 #27 (SBC at large)
3. Florida (SEC at large) 29-28 #34
FAU on like a 12 game winning streak now.
..and Noles played themselves out of a national seed Im afraid.
.and replace Maine w/ Binghamton..lol beat Maine today in finals.. Hurting AU rpi in process
Another projection that came out today. No UF or TAMU. AU as 2 seed,,,??? Ill take it lol
What? That is absolutely ridiculous.
Sully has recruited well enough to get UF to three CWS and he should change his recruiting philosophy?
This might be the most idiotic post I've read on this board in a long time.
No it isn't. We faded badly downt he stretch against so-so competition. Not many so-so in the NCAA tourney and we will face a top seed considering we will be a low seed.
I feel good about our chances, but I won't say lock right now with that 8th place finish sitting there.
Yes, both as in UM and UF. I think we're both in.
Sorry, jhf, I made the wrong assumption that you are a UF fan.
I will say that Florida slipping to #36 in the RPI has to be a concern. It really plummeted this week.