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Objective_one
03-07-2009, 06:57 AM
...in terms of the six key statistics tracked by the NCAA. Mark Few is clearly one of the premier coaches in college basketball!

http://tourney.marchpool.com/statistics/ncaastatsgraph/63

Objective_one
03-07-2009, 07:10 AM
Here's the index showing the Zags overall placement within all 326 Division 1 teams. They are a RESILIENT team that will make some noise in the dance!

http://tourney.marchpool.com/teams

nonzagzag
03-07-2009, 09:37 AM
Interesting to click on the map of NCAA teams on that site and you can see why east coast bias could exist....

Objective_one
03-07-2009, 09:56 AM
Here's the Zags data across all 14 stats tracked by the NCAA

<a> http://tourney.marchpool.com/statistics/ncaastats/28 <a/>

Lewey
03-11-2009, 11:41 AM
Interesting comment in the section that defines what MPI is:

"The STAT6 (6 key stat average) half of the two-part Marchpool index is a clear indicator of what teams simply will not beat themselves. One noteworthy example is the legendary Davidson squad of the 2007/2008 campaign. Of the 2380 Division 1 mens b-ball teams statistically tracked online since 2002, the Wildcats ranked an astonishing tenth overall. That statistical level of play translates into overall #1 seed most years.. Davidson did receive a 10 seed, largely due to its Selection Sunday RPI ranking of 35. By the end of the tourney, Davidsons‘ RPI had shot up to 15th overall. To summarize, Davidson played Final 4 caliber ball by any standard, and may have been the best overall team in 2008."

Unfortunately we know what happened when we ran in to them!