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Cornelius
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Statistical analysis of a "winning" season
Total Wins - 17 --- Average RPI 145
Total Losses - 15

Wins against P5 teams - 9 --- Avg. RPI 117
Wins against non-P5 teams - 8 --- Avg. RPI 175

Wins against teams with a winning record - 9 --- Avg. RPI 97
Wins against P5 teams with a winning record - 4 --- Avg. RPI 52
Wins against non-P5 teams with a winning record - 5 --- Avg. RPI 134

Wins against teams with a winning conference record - 8 --- Avg. RPI 120
Wins against P5 teams with a winning conference record - 2 --- Avg. RPI 32
Wins against non-P5 teams with a winning conference record - 6 --- Avg. RPI 150

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This post was edited on 3/14 at 4:53 pm


WaveHog
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re: Statistical analysis of a "winning" season
the most curious thing about these stats is the use of the shortened version for Avenue rather than the normal Avg


Cornelius
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re: Statistical analysis of a "winning" season
Not only once, but multiple times.


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oklahogjr
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re: Statistical analysis of a "winning" season
solid season. couple more of these and we'll be back to tournament.


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pioneerbasketball
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re: Statistical analysis of a "winning" season
autocorrect


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