And yours misguides you. Last season true fans knew US was real. Not because of their record or their schedule but because what they accomplished from Nov to Feb.
That’s a completely different point.
Not at all. A team can play the same schedule consecutive years and be very good in one and just average the next. But in both years they can have more wins than most teams will get the entire season. Only one of those years does their record mislead you.
Your argument is that half of the teams in the n10 are solid and half are terrible. Where as 4-6 in the bay are solid. Make sense
Put it this way. If you took the top 5 in n-10 and top 4 in the bay and they were a league this year how would you rank them in this hypothetical league?
Perfect way to look at it imo. Top 5 from each. If each team played each other twice I’d say the bay would come out ahead. I’m also curious how a team like Edison would do in the n10. How would they fare against the weaker teams in the n10 conference. Could they get a win? Willard v SE should give us a idea. Then there is the district semi final. Should be fun
CC moved to 20 and 0 over the weekend with games against northmor and clearfork coming up this week weather permitting. Seneca East got a nice W over Mohawk on sat nite. They have been in a lot of close games this year and nice to see em get over the hump so to speak.
The N10 is exactly who we thought they were with higher seeds Mohawk, SE, Wynford all falling in round 1. Other than CC only Carey is likely to make the weekend...
Mohawk won. Wynford everyone knows isn’t good. And yes SE got beat when in my opinion they should’ve won. I don’t know what you thought the N10 was but Carey, buckeye central, upper Sandusky, Mohawk, and CC are still In it. Just because 1 team from the n10 that should’ve won lost a close game your saying the N10 is bad ?
^^^ seriously, and SE got beat on a buzzer beater 3 from the volleyball line. Not like they got ran off their home floor. How many teams does one conference have to have in it for them not to be “what you thought they were”