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what do we have to do to get in
Beat UVA + 1 win in the ACCT. Or 2 wins in the ACCT.
This post was edited by GimmeTheShimmy 2 years ago
Call Doc Brown?
This answer is entirely dependent on how many regular season conference champions lose in their conference tournaments. Any regular season champion that misses the NCAAs gets an NIT auto-bid.
Even winning the next two has us at 17-15. With the field a little smaller plus the AQs, I doubt we have any real chance of making it.
winning the next two gets us to 18-13. we currently are 16-13.
Win 3 more games, and pray that most (if not all) mid-major regular season conference champs win their tourney.
"The drummer for Maryland's pep band just freaked out: 'They're trying to slow the game down,' he screamed. 'Get up on them, get up on them.
As much as I want to fast forward to next season, I really would like to see the Terps beat UVA and the 1st round ACC tourney game, then hopefully get in the NIT (cringe), for the sole fact of having Faust, Parker, Len get as much playing time as possible before next season.
At least two more wins.
I think 2 more wins should do it but we didn't get in last year so who knows. Does the coaching staff play in the CBI if they are invited?
We should pay to have those practices.
Paying to play in a basketball tournament might be a hard sell right now with the struggles of the athletic department. The practice would be good though.
Very true. Might actually cost us money to play home games.
Playing in the CBI would be a horrible financial decision. And frankly that's more important than a few extra practices/games.
According to a quick Google search, it costs 60k to host a cbi game.
Last year the only BCS team to play was Oregon and they won the entire thing. The championship is a best of three.
Three more wins and even that is doubtful to get it done. Last year's team didn't make it, so why would this year's team get in?
IIRC, a slew of mid-major regular season champions lost in their conference tourneys last year, so the at-large spots were pretty limited. I think last year's team would've gotten in if not for that.
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