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RE: 6 Committee Metric used 2/4/2018
(02-05-2018 11:04 AM)Spinal070508 Wrote:  WSU lost again and is going to drop farther down the seed projections. The newest one on cbssports has them as an 8. How many more can they lose and be safely in? They also don't have any big wins. Baylor was it for them and they are 13-10 now. Marquette and OK St might be their next 2 best wins.

If we drop 1 to WSU and 1 to out of SMU/UH/WSU2 we are looking at a 4 or 5 seed. The AAC gets no respect and they will drop us dramatically when we lose.

This is the most realistic scenario.

UC wins out = 2-3 seed
UC loses 1 = 3-4 seed
UC loses 2 = 4-6 seed

Keep in mind UC was 29-5 last year, had two top 25 wins and got a 6 seed. This year UC has zero top 25 wins and its likely no remaining games will be against teams that end the year in the top 25. So no room for error.
(and to clarify, when I say top 25 I mean top 25 in the computer rankings, not human rankings because the committee looks at computer rankings)
 
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