The RPI formula works like this: 25% of your RPI score is your winning % against Division 1 teams 50% of your RPI score is your strength of schedule 25% of your RPI score is your opponents' strength of schedule While I understand the need for CU to schedule for wins, there also needs to be some intelligence put to the scheduling. Wins over programs like Colorado Christian do nothing to help our RPI. Also, wins against D1 programs that finish outside the RPI 100 do little to help our score. While I agree that priority #1 with CU basketball has got to be that we have winning seasons, Mike Bohn needs to keep in mind that a loss to Michigan State does more for your RPI than a win over Yale. Further, wins over bad programs from power conferences help your score a lot because those team play strong schedules (win + opponent schedule is 50% of formula). Besides, it helps attendance. I guarantee that a home game against a poor team from a big conference (Georgia, for example) would draw better than a team like Coppin State.