I think this is right...Power rankings attempt to rank teams by how good they are, regardless of record. The top 25 is a power ranking. In the NBA it's useful, or in the context of a NCAA conference. Say Indiana has a better record than wisconsin in the big ten, but Wisconsin looks like a better...
I think yes, that is success, but that's not my expectation. I think that should be our floor this season. I think a top 25 team and a 5 seed or better is real success. Throw in a second weekend in March too.
If we win out and the best scenarios regarding our opponents that are near quadrant boarders come to fruition, our team sheet looks like this going into the Big Ten Tournament:
This would involve Georgetown (79 to 75) and Northwestern (home) (77 to 75) going from Q3...
This is wider scope than just the big ten, but are we planning on having an equally tough schedule next year? Would we want to compete for toughest schedule in the nation? I'm personally all for more marquee matchups as a fan. What's the strategy for getting the best seed in the tournament? It...
One thing that has surprised me a lot this year is how much trouble Ayo has been having making tough layups and free throws. I think they start going in as he gains experience. He gets into the lane really well for a freshman, but just doesn't pick up two points as often as I think he is able to.