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ptiernan
Pete Tiernan
Ann Arbor, MI
Editor (Nov 2006)
567 comments posted


  3 years ago   (3/4/12 9:09 pm)   
 
One more stretch run report coming on Monday, March 5.

73rdSt

Rancho Santa Fe, CA
Member (Jan 2007)
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  3 years ago   (2/20/12 1:09 pm)   
 
Pete: will you be updating the contender, pretender, sleeper, etc list before selection sunday? I can't remember if the mid- season report is the last one. SDSU is over- rated...no size up front. you can't go very far with four guards who can't shoot. Pac- 12 is weak this year. Not much happening west of Texas this year.

rpzbills33

Springfield, MO
Member (Jan 2010)
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  Posted: 3 years ago   (2/19/12 9:11 pm)   
Edited:  3 years ago   (2/21/12 7:23 pm)
 
Pete,

I love your work the excel sheet is insane and has help my bracket as well as my girlfriends. She beat me last year by the way. I would love to hear your thoughts on Iona only 10.4 scoring margin but are high scoring and have great guard play. SOS is that good either. Any thoughts

ptiernan
Pete Tiernan
Ann Arbor, MI
Editor (Nov 2006)
567 comments posted


  3 years ago   (2/17/12 7:39 pm)   
 
You can count on the Excel file. It's tradition.

Bamilus

Michgan
Member (Mar 2010)
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  3 years ago   (2/17/12 2:10 pm)   
 
Great work as always Pete. I've been following the site as always but decided to finally activate cause we are getting near tournament time. Can we expect to have your raw stats file released early Monday or maybe late Selection Sunday if we are lucky?

ptiernan
Pete Tiernan
Ann Arbor, MI
Editor (Nov 2006)
567 comments posted


  3 years ago   (2/15/12 2:39 pm)   
 
I think that's a reasonable approach. I just don't have a big enough sample size (8 seasons) to make any definitive judgments for the champ check. I do think there's some validity too, to examining scoring output apart from efficiency. Some teams can put up big numbers in high tempo games. Others, like Wisconsin, might be reasonably ... more »

mstollak

De Pere, WI
Member (Dec 2008)
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  3 years ago   (2/15/12 5:15 am)   
 
Pete,

Is there a chance you might switch to points per possession instead of points per game? Certainly, North Carolina is scoring more than Ohio State or Kansas, but they are also playing a quicker pace. When you look at points per possession, OSU (115.1 per 100 possession) and Kansas (also 115.1) actually score more per possession than North Carolina (114.4).

Thoughts?

ptiernan
Pete Tiernan
Ann Arbor, MI
Editor (Nov 2006)
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