Is there such a thing as too much good stuff? Oh hell no. Got a few things for you to dig into. First this… Today in History, March 27th – In 1860, the corkscrew was patented by M.L. Byrn, giving great joy to wine-drinking mothers and housewives everywhere. – In 1884, the first long-distance telephone [...]
What exactly IS a “power ranking” you ask? Who the hell cares.
Okay, ready for another new ranking? Well this one is more important, if you will. It is Jeremy Mills’ initial RPI ranking for D1Baseball.com. Mills is a math geek mastermind, so I knew something like this was just a matter of time for him to trot out. And yes, because he’s smarter than I am, I trust him on this one. Although keep in mind, it is an exact mirror of the RPI formula used by the NCAA Selection Committee, so Jeremy purposefully made it just as lame as their formula.
As usual, Boyd Nation’s ISR ranking is still more sane.
Today is one of my favorite days in the college sports calendar. And I celebrate it by sitting on my fat butt and doing nothing.
Lots of good stuff coming up this weekend StitchHeads. If you feel like taking a break from some March Madness action, there are a number of good college baseball matchups to catch. And why not, you need to get out in the sun and enjoy some nice weather anyway.
As if being in paradise wasn’t good enough. Now Oklahoma and Hawaii had to treat me to a really great, high-pressure, 12-inning thriller on top of all that? Yes. And to do so in front of over 4,000 rabid Rainbow-Warrior fans was pretty cool too. Big stage. Big finish. Big win for OU.
In case you hadn’t heard yet, yes USC baseball is good. I found that out Friday night on a perfect evening in South Central. I’m posting this a little late ‘coz I had a few glitches with the College Baseball Today site and it just now worked itself out. Sorry ‘bout that.