So I joined in October of 2015, but you have a quote from me in the spring of 2015. This is too easy.
As expected, playing New York Tech was worse than taking the weekend off. Our RPI went from the .6120 range down to .6050. That puts us at #4 , right behind Florida State. UCLA sits at #2 after taking two of three from Arizona State. Dallas Baptist has a nearly insurmountable lead at #1 . We are mere percentage points ahead of LSU and TCU. Like I said last week, playing NYT was dumb, just dumb.
There are whole threads of you complaining about how playing New York Tech was "stupid" and "isn't smart" and "decimated our non-conference SOS."Because it wasn't necessary, especially in May when teams are fighting for RPI position. It also decimated our non-conference SOS, which was respectable before Friday's game. This kind of thing doesn't affect you in February. Allowing yourself to lose .007 when everyone is watching just isn't smart.
Just admit that you were being dishonest when you put that in quotes. You make stuff up daily.
This post was made on April 26, 2015.We absolutely cannot lose one of the next seven games. They are all RPI killers as it is. Losing one is suicidal.
That's not what you quoted. 0-for-6, liar.
2015: "New York Tech is an RPI killer!" (Miami was #1 in the RPI on selection day)
Actually, it is.We absolutely cannot lose one of the next seven games. They are all RPI killers as it is. Losing one is suicidal.