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RE: Cajun Baseball rankings and SBC RPI 5/5
(05-05-2014 10:05 PM)GaSoEagle Wrote:  That is what I would worry about with LSU having a very good year. Louisiana deserves it at this point however. Let s say Louisiana finishes 48-8 (5-1 over last 6)--- If a Sun Belt team with that record and a top 8 RPI does not get a national seed probably no Sun Belt team ever will.

It doesn't help that we have a second series against ULM. Nothing against the Warhawks, but we would have been better served playing almost any other team twice in the SBC than them because of RPI. Unfortunately, 1 loss is all we can afford, and might actually need to sweep the next 2 weekends for the national seed to be in play because of USA (142 RPI) and ULM (174 RPI) who both cant help us even if we beat them, but can hurt us badly with a loss. The biggest thing we have is that we need to have is to get to atleast the championship game, and extra matchups with stAte/Tx State/WKU would be nice.
05-05-2014 11:00 PM
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