Post by Administrator on Oct 25, 2011 18:47:22 GMT -6
Pick the Conference Final Standings, in order, and win the admiration of your peers (unless someone wants to donate a prize).
Simply list the teams in the order you think they'll finish. For each spot you are off for a team, you get a point. For example, if you predict UIC in last, and they first, that's nine points. If you had Milwaukee first, and they finish last, that's nine more points. Lowest score wins. You may predict ties. Any questions?
------------------------------------------ "We got beat physically beat mentally beat internally and we're leaving in 20 minutes" Loyola coach Porter Moser to his team after loss to Green Bay Green Bay basketball is back! The Green Bay Way!
Blue Ribbon, the best prognosticators, have Wright State 10th. I don't see it, not with the immense lack of talent at UIC and Loyola. WSU will at least be 8th on the back of Julius Mays.
Donlon was asked after their overseas trip what his starting lineup would be if the season started that day, and Mays wasn't even in it. Mays never did much at NC State. He was an ESPN grade 87 out of HS, which is good, but GB added 2 transfers who graded higher that you didn't even mention in your preseason writeup. I don't see Mays as a difference maker. WSU will be bad.
Post by GBPhoenix1 on Oct 29, 2011 15:56:21 GMT -6
1. CSU I like their experience and style of play 2. uwm Good mix of experience and new bodies 3. Butler Hard to go against them but they lack experience 4. Green Bay Seem pretty talented despite youth 5. Detroit Kind of a mess of a program despite Ray Jr. 6. Valpo Lost a lot but still some nice pieces 7. Wright State I honestly don't know a single player 8. UIC Don't seem talented or experienced 9. Loyola Do they have any memorable guards? 10. Youngstown State The last 4 teams could come in any place but until proven otherwise this is still the worst program in the HL