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lion1983 Offline
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RE: Potential rivalries going forward.
(07-27-2019 08:15 AM)army56mike Wrote:  Since Liberty (and other A-Sun teams) waste their time scheduling lower division games, I wonder if anyone reached out to schedule a game with Bellarmine? Seems like it would have been a no-brainer.

I would like to see it stopped as well, but we are not behind the scenes, at least I'm not, and dont see the work being done to schedule good games. It may be fact that that's the best schedule we (ASUN schools) can get at the time. Maybe too many schools dont want to take a chance on a L to an ASUN school. I dont know, but the facts remain, we must start winning more OOC games, vs D1 schools especially P5 schools to get more teams in the tournament.

I do know that UNA hasn't put out their schedule, but I did see that UNA is playing Florida State in Tallahassee.
07-28-2019 08:59 AM
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RE: Potential rivalries going forward.
Kenpom's NCAA D1 Basketball Program national Rankings since 1997 of current Asun teams

#219 FGCU
#238 Lipscomb
#288 Liberty
#293 Jacksonville
#299 UNF
#319 UNA
#321 Stetson
#327 NJIT
#339 KSU

https://t.co/7LxB180013?amp=1
08-11-2019 09:30 AM
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RE: Potential rivalries going forward.
(08-11-2019 09:30 AM)Courtside Wrote:  Kenpom's NCAA D1 Basketball Program national Rankings since 1997 of current Asun teams

#219 FGCU
#238 Lipscomb
#288 Liberty
#293 Jacksonville
#299 UNF
#319 UNA
#321 Stetson
#327 NJIT
#339 KSU

https://t.co/7LxB180013?amp=1

Nice find. Definitely room to grow for the entire ASUN.
08-11-2019 12:13 PM
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lion1983 Offline
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Suprising that UNA is not at the bottom of the list. Being a "glorified junior college" as some Bama fans say.
08-11-2019 05:14 PM
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RE: Potential rivalries going forward.
(08-11-2019 05:14 PM)lion1983 Wrote:  Suprising that UNA is not at the bottom of the list. Being a "glorified junior college" as some Bama fans say.

Well to your benefit &/or detriment, you've only had one year at the D1 level, so that's the ranking y'all had for last season. This year can help that immensely, or hurt immensely, depending on how the team does.
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