Think of how good NJOT would be if games were only 30 minutes long...
They're moving the ball on offense much better, so that's what happens.Since the loss to UMBC, Binghamton seems to be around 50% shooting every night. They’ve been much, much better, especially from 3 the last few weeks.
or at least they were.They're moving the ball on offense much better, so that's what happens.
It's me amusing myself. NJIT has played 4 OT games in conference this season. That's in addition to also losing two really close games at home in which they lead against UML and Bryant up until the waning minutes.What is NJOT?
True. Brooks should be playing for Alabama cause he was in the wrong place at the wrong time.Giving Brooks from Lowell a T there is embarrassingly bad officiating.
I was just thinking the same thing.Just atrocious. You have to wonder what they think when they go to the monitor and see the guy did absolutely nothing wrong. The double technical is just too easy of a cop out call for officials in that situation.
Regardless, pretty convincing win in process for Lowell here to wrap up #2 seed. And to keep the complete free for all below that intact. UMBC had a productive day today without playing.
The good news is Binghamton has full control of their own destiny. Win and they're the 3 seed.Crazy to think about but with only one game left, UMBC can end up anywhere from a 3 seed to a 7 seed, and Binghamton can end up anywhere from a 3 seed to a 6 seed.
UMBC is the 3 seed if they beat Binghamton and both UNH and Bryant lose. They are the 4 seed if they beat Binghamton and 1 of either Bryant or UNH lose. They are the 5 seed if they beat Bing, but both UNH and Bryant win. If UMBC loses to Bing and Bryant wins they are the 6 seed. If UMBC loses and Maine beats Bryant than they are screwed and the seventh seed, good luck at Costello cafeteria.If anyone who understands all the scenarios and wants to post them prior to Wednesday, I'd be very appreciative.
CorrectSo, IF Maine beats Bryant and Binghamton beats UMBC, Maine has the tiebreaker over UMBC by virtue of a better record against Lowell and would finish 6th and UMBC 7th.
yesSo as far as I can tell, correct me if I am wrong. Here are the best and worst-case finishes for each team.
Vermont: Best: 1st Worst: 1st
UML: Best 2nd Worst 2nd
Binghamton: Best 3rd Worst 6th
UMBC: Best: 3rd Worst 7th
UNH: Best: 3rd Worst 6th
Bryant: Best: 3rd Worst 6th
Maine: Best: 6th Worst 7th
NJIT: Best: 8th Worst 9th
Albany: Best: 8th Worst 9th