Only thing we've tracked is the OPT tally. The Champ has
...9 championship belts.
After that one with 5, and a handful with 4.
Then everyone else.
So I suppose the answer is "no sir" long term.
Though I can tell you that when I ran the numbers (2-3 years ago) C2 was in first-place as overall progsnotication goes. I can also tell you that my pre-season picks have been about 1 to 1+ games to the better compared to in-season picks. HTH's.
Last edited by bourbonstreet; Fri Jan 27 2012 at 05:14 PM.
I can't believe we are favored. I assume that Vegas knows what they are doing but they have been pretty bad at setting lines for our games. Off the top of my head the game we played at BC where we were a favorite of 8, and the UNC home game where we were a 7 point dog come to mind.
Bstreet -- you mention the possibility of the CBI in a few places, if we don't make the NIT.
It appears that both the CBI and the CIT (the other low level postseason tournament) have positioned themselves as being mostly for mid-majors. Last year, the CBI took one team (Oregon) from a "BCS" conference, and the CIT took none.
Teams like Maryland and Minnesota and others from big name conferences, that didn't make the NIT, did not get invited to the CBI or CIT either.
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