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Is there a rhyme or reason for Sun Belt West scheduling decisions?
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Is there a rhyme or reason for Sun Belt West scheduling decisions?
Our men and women will play both postponed games against ULM.

ASU and TxSt men will make up one game (even though they are battling for first place).

1st place ULL women and UTA will not make up either game, even though UTA is only a half game ahead of our girls.

ULL men and UTA will make up one game.

ASU women and TxSt will not make up either game.

So the most meaningless games (at this moment) LR vs. ULM (men) will both be made up.

Only one of the most meaningful men's games (ASU vs. TxSt) and (ULL vs. UTA) will be made up, even though they could potentially decide first and second place.

The most meaningful women's games ULL (1st) vs. UTA (2nd) will not be played at all. UTA may not be able to catch ULL, but would likely be decisive in helping to determine if UTA or LR get the bye.

So who the heck makes these decisions?
02-20-2021 06:21 PM
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