we interrupt this bourbon conversation to say the final update has been made. Good luck to anybody trying to knock Dayton off
I don't believe that's true. The paragraph from the site says:Can we point out how asinine it is that the tiebreaker rules punish the team that had to play the top seed twice? You shouldn't win a tiebreaker for being lucky enough to not have to play the undefeated top seed twice.
(I realize it's been the rule forever, but you should have to WIN a game to win a tiebreaker)
That's correct, and the A-10 confirmed it to me.So I think this year's break between DUQ and SBU hit rule 2, and against UD (a singular opponent) they were both .000, so it did go down to record against UR.
Richmond is 37 in the NET rankings and will go up if they make it to the championship game, not needing to beat Dayton along the way. However I'd be more than happy if UMass beat VCU and then Dayton to help the conference out a bit moreDayton's gonna take one for the team so we get at least 2, right?
Wonder how much the Corona virus fears will impact attendance.
Have not sold tickets a A10 tournament book before but the most any session ticket has sold for is $25.
I'm the lowest price for semi and championship game and nothing yet. It's like flea market prices and no real demand.
Mostly from around NY, NY but did sell 2 tickets to a VA address for the UMass - VCU game. Not sure if I remember correctly but think they were for $7 a piece.
The attendance figures in following years should have an '*' noting the Corona virus.
I texted something similar to some friends, but I had Mason in the final.Interesting path there for Fordham. They start out with GW, who they beat twice. Then they would take on Duquesne and then Rhode Island, who they played very closely each time they played.
Basically what I'm saying is.......Dayton and Fordham will represent the A10 well.