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MBB NET rankings
https://www.ncaa.com/rankings/basketball...t-rankings

67. Georgia State
114. Coastal Carolina
138. Little Rock
180. Texas State
198. Louisiana
206. Arlington
208. Appalachian State
217. South Alabama
260. Georgia Southern
261. Troy
309. ULM
333. Arkansas State
01-11-2021 02:46 PM
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RE: MBB NET rankings
Troy is the oddball. A NET rating of 261, but an RPI of 93.

I'm guessing the RPI is so high because Troy has the toughest OOC schedule in the SBC, plus a couple of decent OOC wins. So weird.
01-11-2021 03:40 PM
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RE: MBB NET rankings
Are there any sites that project end-of-season NET like there are for RPI?
01-11-2021 06:36 PM
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RE: MBB NET rankings
We're #8 in RPI and #67 NET. A big gap for us as well and every other mid-major.
01-11-2021 09:57 PM
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RE: MBB NET rankings
Ugh I just wish we would be crappy enough to get rid of Marlin.
01-11-2021 11:00 PM
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RE: MBB NET rankings
I can not believe we still have the same head coach. Just fire the guy and put some GA in charge for a fraction of the salary. It couldn't get much worse.
01-12-2021 08:26 AM
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RE: MBB NET rankings
I used to ***** about the RPI, but it seems like it was much fairer to mid-majors than the NET rankings. I can't recall- has the NCAA committee just replaced the RPI with the NET, or do they still give the RPI some consideration?
01-12-2021 04:31 PM
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(01-12-2021 04:31 PM)mjs Wrote:  I used to ***** about the RPI, but it seems like it was much fairer to mid-majors than the NET rankings. I can't recall- has the NCAA committee just replaced the RPI with the NET, or do they still give the RPI some consideration?

I think maybe I've read/heard that they do have RPI on hand during their deliberations...? Who knows if it has any impact. In fact, chances are it's most likely to have an impact if it gives them an excuse to put a .500 P5 team in over a mid-major (yes, I'll put a dollar in the jar).
01-13-2021 07:47 PM
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