Monthly Archives: March 2013

What Gonzaga’s Loss Doesn’t Tell Us

When the Gonzaga Bulldogs were eliminated from the NCAA tournament by the Wichita State Shockers last night, I was annoyed. In part, I was frustrated that my bracket was busted — I had Gonzaga reaching the Final Four — but … Continue reading

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NIT Projections

With the NIT set to tip off shortly, here’s a statistical look at the probability of each school advancing and ultimately winning the title of the nation’s 69th-best team. This is in the same spirit as Ken Pomeroy’s log5 projections, … Continue reading

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Did the Huskies Underachieve?

Last night’s overtime loss to Oregon essentially put a bow on the Washington Huskies’ 2012-13 season. The Huskies still have a pretty good shot at an NIT berth, but are unlikely to make the kind of run they did to … Continue reading

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Senior Day: Don’t Blame Abdul Gaddy for Someone Else’s Mistake

“Whom the gods wish to destroy they first call promising.” – Cyril Connolly During Abdul Gaddy‘s first two seasons at the University of Washington, no televised game went by without the broadcast crew making mention of the fact that seemed … Continue reading

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