Discussion in 'Around the Horn - Baseball & Men's Gator Sports!' started by wingtee, May 31, 2014.
It appears you are a troll but nonetheless, there are over 300 Division 1 programs.
Just under 300. I'm guessing a quick google search was done and the 211 number was used.
When I looked at the RPIs some time ago they went just above 300.
I see Boyd's World and Warrennolan.com both go to 302, but the NCAA only lists 299 teams:
It seems as though the NCAA doesn't consider New York Tech (for example) a Division I school, but New York Tech, Boyd's World, and Warrennolan.com do. I'd lean toward the NCAA being wrong. 302 works for me.
As a side note, NCAA stats only seem to include 296 teams for Division I. I'm not sure who doesn't count and why, and I don't think I'll try to find out (and for what it's worth, NYIT is included in the stats).
Yep. Whoops. My bad. Please mentally revise my comments to reflect 290 or 300.
Better hurry or you're going to miss your bus!
You are digressing .. Everybody is a freekin troll if they don't buy in to you. You are a bore.
While you guys are busy stroking each other, Charleston just went and won the regional.
And the Canes loose their regional also to TT. They figured they had the SR sowed up after UF lost. First time I can recall no Fla school getting out of the first weekend. SEC got kicked pretty good also.
No way, gtr2x. How could that be? Guess the Gators, FSU, Miami and most of the SEC schools are gonna have to fire coaches.
5 of 8 national seeds lost in the regionals, and only 7 of the 16 #1 seeds made it out. That's insane.