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StatSheet Projects Colorado as NCAA Tournament Bubble Team: 02/27/2012

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  1. RSSBot

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    StatSeed is StatSheet's postseason projections for all of Division I, including the NCAA Tournament, National Invitation Tournament (NIT), College Basketball Invitational (CBI), and the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament (CIT). Read more about how StatSeed is calculated.
    StatSheet projects Colorado as an NCAA Tournament bubble team but likely out unless it improves. The Buffaloes are sitting at #74 in the StatSheet StatRank with a 19-9 overall record and an 11-5 record in the Pac 12.
    Over the last four games, Colorado got a quality win against RPI #35 California and wins against Utah and Arizona State but also took on a bad loss to RPI #106 Stanford.
    Colorado is not that good against top competition, with a 4-5 record against the RPI Top 100 that includes a 1-3 record against the RPI Top 50 and an 0-1 record against AP ranked teams. While the Buffaloes have a single quality win against RPI #35 California, they're also dinged by four bad losses including RPI #106 Stanford (2 losses), RPI #115 UCLA, and RPI #103 Maryland.
    The last four teams into the NCAA Tournament with at-large bids are Mississippi State (19-10, 6-8 SEC, StatRank #62), LSU (17-11, 7-7 SEC, StatRank #63), Texas (18-11, 8-8 Big 12, StatRank #55), and Oregon (20-8, 11-5 Pac 12, StatRank #53).
    The first four teams out are Arizona (21-9, 12-5 Pac 12, StatRank #78), Illinois (17-12, 6-10 Big Ten, StatRank #77), Ole Miss (16-12, 6-8 SEC, StatRank #85), and NC State (18-11, 7-7 ACC, StatRank #71).
    The next four out are Brigham Young (24-7, 12-4 West Coast, StatRank #51), Cincinnati (20-9, 10-6 Big East, StatRank #75), Colorado (19-9, 11-5 Pac 12, StatRank #76), and St. Joseph's (PA) (19-11, 9-6 A-10, StatRank #49).
    [h=2]NCAA Tourney Projections by Conference[/h]
    Big East91656.2%
    Big Ten71258.3%
    SEC61250.0%
    Big 1261060.0%
    ACC51241.7%
    Mountain West4850.0%
    Pac 1231225.0%
    Missouri Valley21020.0%
    A-1021414.3%
    C-USA21216.7%
    West Coast2922.2%
    Southland1128.3%
    Big South1119.1%
    Sun Belt1128.3%
    Horizon11010.0%
    MEAC1137.7%
    Patriot1812.5%
    WAC1812.5%
    America East1911.1%
    SWAC11010.0%
    Ivy League1812.5%
    Atlantic Sun11010.0%
    Summit League11010.0%
    Big Sky1911.1%
    CAA1128.3%
    Ohio Valley1119.1%
    MAC1128.3%
    MAAC11010.0%
    SoCon1128.3%
    NEC1128.3%
    Big West1911.1%


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  2. sackman

    sackman Club Member Club Member

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    I'm seeing a lot of teams on that list that we have beaten. Kinda pisses me off, frankly.
     
  3. Goose

    Goose Hoops Moderator Club Member Junta Member

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    This is a bad bracket. Period.
     
  4. jgisland

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    CU is 3-3 against teams on this list.
     
  5. absinthe

    absinthe Ambitious but rubbish. Club Member Junta Member

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    All of the statsheet stuff is computer projected no human eye applied.
     
  6. CVilleBuff

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    Yeah, I was going to start pointing out the ridiculous aspects of this bracket + bubble teams, but I stopped myself because it's simply too numerous to even bother with.
     

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