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(11-28-2022 05:06 PM)TDenverFan Wrote:  https://twitter.com/SamHerderFCS/status/...oXGRFL44xw

UND bid 127k, Weber bid 41k

I’m curious if anyone knows - I assume you submit bids only for the opening round because the balance of games, starting with this weekend, are determined by seed, not bid. So did W&M have to submit given we are a #5 seed?
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(11-28-2022 05:21 PM)Sitting bull Wrote:  
(11-28-2022 05:06 PM)TDenverFan Wrote:  https://twitter.com/SamHerderFCS/status/...oXGRFL44xw

UND bid 127k, Weber bid 41k

I’m curious if anyone knows - I assume you submit bids only for the opening round because the balance of games, starting with this weekend, are determined by seed, not bid. So did W&M have to submit given we are a #5 seed?
I'd assume every tournament potential team had to submit a bid well before selection Sunday
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(11-28-2022 05:21 PM)Sitting bull Wrote:  
(11-28-2022 05:06 PM)TDenverFan Wrote:  https://twitter.com/SamHerderFCS/status/...oXGRFL44xw

UND bid 127k, Weber bid 41k

I’m curious if anyone knows - I assume you submit bids only for the opening round because the balance of games, starting with this weekend, are determined by seed, not bid. So did W&M have to submit given we are a #5 seed?
I would think that the only bidding for a home game occurs at the first round level. If you are one of the 8 seeded teams you are guaranteed a home game in round 2 and will continue to receive a home game in the quarterfinals and semifinals as long as you are seeded higher than the team that you are playing in those two rounds. The only possible area of discretion that I would think exists at this point is if two unseeded teams get matched up in a quarterfinal or semifinal game.
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Bids must be submitted for each round with increasing minimums required. If a team is seeded and has not submitted a bid they are given an opportunity to do so. In 2003 Colgate did not submit a bid for the semis and had to play on the road.
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(11-28-2022 05:52 PM)Tribe4SF Wrote:  Bids must be submitted for each round with increasing minimums required. If a team is seeded and has not submitted a bid they are given an opportunity to do so. In 2003 Colgate did not submit a bid for the semis and had to play on the road.
Wow!! Can't imagine the upheaval here if we got a seed and were unwilling to submit a bid for the home game.
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(11-28-2022 05:01 PM)Tribe32 Wrote:  
(11-28-2022 03:17 PM)Zorch Wrote:  
(11-28-2022 01:19 PM)Tribe32 Wrote:  Zorch, the schools under the NCAA umbrella share in the wealth too. Playing on a Wednesday is 100% because of the money. And.......nobody, and I mean nobody really cares about the student athletes other than (hopefully) the coaching staffs.

NCAA sharing the wealth? Get serious! They “share the wealth” mostly by allocating shares based on games played in the Men’s basketball tournament. They then give the lion’s share of slots to P5 and compound it with their seeding and venue schemes to ensure that mid-majors don’t win. Do you think W&M “shares” as much as Wake Forest or Northwestern? Should W&M join the MAC so we could partake of that lucrative Wednesday football cash cow? Then we wouldn’t need to beg so much. Lastly, I think you’re wrong that nobody cares about the student athletes. Hopefully W&M still does.

I'm not talking about the NCAA. I'm talking about teams playing on weekdays not the Tribe or other programs not involved. They know what they are getting themselves into, and it's all about the money.

The horse is dead.

Don't you read your own posts? Your very first line in the post that I responded to says: "Zorch, the schools under the NCAA umbrella share in the wealth too." (Bold mine). That sure sounds like you were talking about the NCAA.

Excellent timing today, also, about the influence of ESPN (see link below). ESPN has contracts with the ACC and the SEC. FOX has the contract with the Big 10. So today it was announced that starting in 2023 the ACC and SEC would have a basketball challenge involving many games. The ACC/Big 10 challenge ends after this year (after 23 years) and the SEC/Big 12 challenge also ends after this year (after 9 years).

The ACC said: "The SEC, led by Greg Sankey, and our partners at ESPN..."

The SEC said: "I appreciate the collaboration of ...the ACC members, along with our broadcast partner ESPN".

The leagues should be partnering among themselves and then offering the games to the highest bidder...but instead it looks like ESPN is the driving force. If you are not an ESPN league then you get short shrift (just ask the CAA).

https://www.espn.com/mens-college-basket...ops-season
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(11-28-2022 06:10 PM)WMTRIBE75 Wrote:  
(11-28-2022 05:52 PM)Tribe4SF Wrote:  Bids must be submitted for each round with increasing minimums required. If a team is seeded and has not submitted a bid they are given an opportunity to do so. In 2003 Colgate did not submit a bid for the semis and had to play on the road.
Wow!! Can't imagine the upheaval here if we got a seed and were unwilling to submit a bid for the home game.

We've always submitted bids for all rounds.
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(11-28-2022 02:06 PM)TDenverFan Wrote:  Montana State's DC will be suspended for this week's game against Weber

https://twitter.com/RobbieNBCMT/status/1...0877022210
https://twitter.com/ByParkerCotton/statu...6212572160
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(11-28-2022 06:16 PM)Tribe4SF Wrote:  
(11-28-2022 06:10 PM)WMTRIBE75 Wrote:  
(11-28-2022 05:52 PM)Tribe4SF Wrote:  Bids must be submitted for each round with increasing minimums required. If a team is seeded and has not submitted a bid they are given an opportunity to do so. In 2003 Colgate did not submit a bid for the semis and had to play on the road.
Wow!! Can't imagine the upheaval here if we got a seed and were unwilling to submit a bid for the home game.

We've always submitted bids for all rounds.


It is comforting to know that the new administration is continuing this best practice. Thanks!
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