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Re: NCAA Women's Bracketology

Postby mainejeff » Sun Mar 10, 2019 12:16 pm

Realtimerpi.com has #13 seed Maine playing at Maryland again.....who dropped from a #3 seed to a #4 seed.

http://realtimerpi.com/bracketology/bra ... Women.html
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Re: NCAA Women's Bracketology

Postby mainejeff » Sun Mar 10, 2019 4:12 pm

Realtimerpi.com is updating its Bracketology based on real time results (very cool!). #13 Maine is now playing at #4 Marquette.

http://realtimerpi.com/bracketology/bra ... Women.html
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Re: NCAA Women's Bracketology

Postby mainejeff » Mon Mar 11, 2019 9:35 am

Realtimerpi has a really cool predictor where you can input any women's (or men's) teams and see the predicted result.

http://realtimerpi.com/college_basketba ... ictor.html

Right now Maine is predicted to lose 85-65 at Marquette.
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Re: NCAA Women's Bracketology

Postby bcbc55 » Mon Mar 11, 2019 11:54 am

mainejeff wrote:Realtimerpi has a really cool predictor where you can input any women's (or men's) teams and see the predicted result.

http://realtimerpi.com/college_basketba ... ictor.html

Right now Maine is predicted to lose 85-65 at Marquette.


"MJ": I definitely agree, as I use realtimerpi.com all the time for the rankings and SOS for both Maine teams and the both conferences.
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Re: NCAA Women's Bracketology

Postby basketball_guy » Mon Mar 11, 2019 5:16 pm

Hopefully Maine ends up getting Syracuse instead then who just got blown out by Notre Dame...
Plus it is closer to home...in case some Maine fans want to travel...
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Re: NCAA Women's Bracketology

Postby mainejeff » Thu Mar 14, 2019 6:03 am

Charlie Creme still has #14 seed Maine playing at #3 seed Syracuse.

Realtimerpi.com has #13 seed Maine playing at #4 seed Central Florida (coached by former Maine asst. and former Albany HC Katie Abrahamson-Henderson).
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Re: NCAA Women's Bracketology

Postby parquetfloor » Thu Mar 14, 2019 7:59 am

mainejeff wrote:Charlie Creme still has #14 seed Maine playing at #3 seed Syracuse.

Realtimerpi.com has #13 seed Maine playing at #4 seed Central Florida (coached by former Maine asst. and former Albany HC Katie Abrahamson-Henderson).


There is no way in hell that UCF will be a 4-seed. Anyone that does even a little dive into their record will see that they will be lucky to be a 6 seed but more likely a 7 or 8.
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Re: NCAA Women's Bracketology

Postby dunbar » Thu Mar 14, 2019 9:34 am

That all depends on how the committee views the AAC. Connecticut vastly inflates that conference's RPI, but they aren't good enough to get two teams to host pods.

But I do like Orlando...
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Re: NCAA Women's Bracketology

Postby mainejeff » Thu Mar 14, 2019 9:50 am

parquetfloor wrote:
mainejeff wrote:Charlie Creme still has #14 seed Maine playing at #3 seed Syracuse.

Realtimerpi.com has #13 seed Maine playing at #4 seed Central Florida (coached by former Maine asst. and former Albany HC Katie Abrahamson-Henderson).


There is no way in hell that UCF will be a 4-seed. Anyone that does even a little dive into their record will see that they will be lucky to be a 6 seed but more likely a 7 or 8.


Central Florida is 26-6, #12 RPI & #48 SOS. I don't get your reasoning.
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Re: NCAA Women's Bracketology

Postby parquetfloor » Thu Mar 14, 2019 12:12 pm

mainejeff wrote:
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mainejeff wrote:Charlie Creme still has #14 seed Maine playing at #3 seed Syracuse.

Realtimerpi.com has #13 seed Maine playing at #4 seed Central Florida (coached by former Maine asst. and former Albany HC Katie Abrahamson-Henderson).


There is no way in hell that UCF will be a 4-seed. Anyone that does even a little dive into their record will see that they will be lucky to be a 6 seed but more likely a 7 or 8.


Central Florida is 26-6, #12 RPI & #48 SOS. I don't get your reasoning.


Have you looked at their schedule? Their RPI number is extremely inflated and that is one of the big reasons why the men's committee is no longer using RPI. Their only good wins are over #42 Quinnipiac and #53 Villanova. That's it. They have a bad loss to #167 Tulane. They have been blown out 3 times by UConn, but that is something almost every team could do lol.

Their resume is very weak and there was actually some thoughts that if they lost in the quarters or semis of the AAC Tourney, they may actually be left out.

That resume isn't even close to being 1 of the best 16 in the country. Not by a long shot.
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