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13 minutes ago, Quality Is Job 1 said:

Three wins for a championship.  Two would result in losing in the championship game.

With the Richmond win tonight my math was not flawed...Win tomorrow...with not worse that a No.4 A-10 Seed 2 wins in the Tourney would get the Bills a NCAA Tourney. The only thing that would make it even better if this happens is if the NCAA Honks send them to Tampa...I have Tix!!!

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2 minutes ago, juniorbill76 said:

Dumb question: Then why is it called a double bye instead of a bye?

First round is 11 vs 14 and 12 vs 13.  Also known as the Wednesday Nigh Pillow Fight.  1 - 10 get a bye for the first round.  1-4 get a bye for the 2nd round.  Hence double bye.

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2 minutes ago, Schasz said:

With the Richmond win tonight my math was not flawed...Win tomorrow...with not worse that a No.4 A-10 Seed 2 wins in the Tourney would get the Bills a NCAA Tourney. The only thing that would make it even better if this happens is if the NCAA Honks send them to Tampa...I have Tix!!!

Well, if what you say were so certain, then wouldn't 3 wins w/o the double bye (instead of four) accomplish the same?

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8 hours ago, HoosierPal said:

 

Selection Criteria

•name recognition 

•name recognition 

•name recognition 

•record(unless the team has name recognition then their record doesn’t matter)

 

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So  3/7, Jerry Palm has 21-9 Tulsa a #12 seed , NET 75......not even last 4 in

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4 hours ago, Slowry said:

It makes me wonder how many of those kids have different moms and the same dad?

As you no doubt realize, given the present level of divorces and remarriages, many siblings have different moms and the same dad (looking at the family from the dad's side), or different dads and the same mom (looking at the family from the mom's side). Family holidays such as Thanksgiving and Christmas become problematic for a lot of families. The mormons have the same level of divorces and remarriages and mixed parentage kids as the rest of the country. This is nothing that is limited to polygamy situations. As a matter of fact, as someone I dated for a short while some years prior to remarrying my second wife once said, the state of "serial monogamy is widespread." A LOT of kids are half siblings one way or the other, mormon or non mormon.

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