Opponent Results 14-15 Thread

Discussion in 'Around the League' started by Irishdawg, Nov 2, 2014.

  1. hortonamos

    hortonamos New Member

    I'm excited to go the Mizzou-Xavier game today. I've only seen a little bit of X so far this season, and it'll be nice to see them in person. Plus I get to root against them. Should be a good time, though I expect X to win.
  2. hortonamos

    hortonamos New Member

    Xavier spanked Mizzou, but I really wasn't impressed by their offense. Their defense looked solid, but that might just be a byproduct of the Tiger's inept offense. I know X always give us fits, but this team doesn't seem nearly as intimidating as past years.
  3. bu97

    bu97 Super Moderator

    Jared asked me to continue posting this info over here now that the other board is locked down.

    William & Mary 64
    North Carolina 86

    Northwestern 51
    Rutgers 47

    Maryland Eastern Shore 63
    Tennessee Martin 60

    Marquette 58
    DePaul 61

    Indiana St. 63
    Illinois St. 61

    Loyola MD 47
    Navy 70

    Indiana 70
    Nebraska 65

    George Mason 43
    Oklahoma 61

    Creighton 53
    Providence 65

    St. John's 67
    Seton Hall 78

    East Tennessee St. 61
    Tennessee 71

    Kennesaw St. 62
    Tennessee St. 73

    Georgetown 53
    Xavier 70

    Southeast Missouri St. 77
    Belmont 78

    Crowley's Ridge 61
    Tennessee Martin 84
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  4. bu97

    bu97 Super Moderator

    Maine 56
    Albany 80

    Furman 60
    Chattanooga 72

    North Carolina 74
    Clemson 50

    Xavier 68
    DePaul 71

    Creighton 61
    Georgetown 76

    Thomas GA 66
    Kennesaw St. 92

    Army 77
    Loyola MD 53

    Providence 66
    Marquette 75

    Baylor 63
    Oklahoma 73

    Villanova 61
    Seton Hall 66 OT
  5. bu97

    bu97 Super Moderator

    Evansville 75
    Indiana St. 79 OT

    Wisconsin 81
    Northwestern 58
  6. bu97

    bu97 Super Moderator

    Wofford 68
    Chattanooga 64

    Indiana 50
    Michigan St. 70

    Notre Dame 71
    North Carolina 70

    Oklahoma 70
    Texas 49
  7. bu97

    bu97 Super Moderator

    Marquette 59
    Georgetown 65

    Villanova 90
    St. John's 72
  8. bu97

    bu97 Super Moderator

    SIU Edwardsville 69
    Belmont 73

    DePaul 70
    Creighton 60

    Missouri St. 56
    Indiana St. 71

    American 53
    Loyola MD 56 OT

    Vermont 68
    Maine 54

    Tennessee 61
    Mississippi St. 47

    Seton Hall 58
    Xavier 69
  9. bu97

    bu97 Super Moderator

    Western Carolina 60
    Chattanooga 66

    Eastern Kentucky 66
    Tennessee Martin 58
  10. bu97

    bu97 Super Moderator

    Maine 46
    Binghamton 65

    Seton Hall 68
    Creighton 67

    Chattanooga 74
    East Tennessee St. 71 OT

    Belmont 73
    Eastern Illinois 84

    Ohio St. 66
    Indiana 69

    Loyola MD 65
    Lehigh 60

    Louisville 71
    North Carolina 72

    Kansas St. 66
    Oklahoma 63 OT

    Georgetown 57
    Providence 60 OT

    Indiana St. 59
    Southern Illinois 56

    Alabama 56
    Tennessee 38

    Morehead St. 72
    Tennessee Martin 75 OT

    Kennesaw St. 65
    USC Upstate 68

    DePaul 64
    Villanova 81
  11. bu97

    bu97 Super Moderator

    Northwestern 77
    Michigan St. 84 OT
  12. willisbrown

    willisbrown Well-Known Member

    IU beating Ohio St and UNC beating Louisville are both very big for our resume. Plus I like the way NW hung around with MSU.
  13. ButlerGoalie

    ButlerGoalie Well-Known Member

    Thanks to bu97. I wish I had time to keep up with these on a day-to-day basis, but two toddlers suck up most of your free time.
  14. bu97

    bu97 Super Moderator

    My pleasure.

    Georgetown 78
    DePaul 72

    Penn St. 73
    Indiana 76

    UMass Lowell 62
    Maine 59

    Arkansas 69
    Tennessee 74

    Oklahoma 65
    West Virginia 86
  15. willisbrown

    willisbrown Well-Known Member

    TN beating Arkansas is a huge surprise, but a nice one. Even though I said they would be crappy, I'm rooting for them in every game they play that's not against Ole Miss. I think this win by them also helped to propel us into the top 20 RPI wise.
  16. noltar

    noltar Active Member

    Also, IU is up to #47 in the RPI standings. While losing to them of course sucks balls, at least it's looking better numbers-wise. They should be a tourney team assuming they can win the games they're supposed to in the B1G (though I'm sure they'll find a way to crap down their leg in a couple of them with Clappy at the helm). They're lucky they only have to play Wisky and Iowa once.
    Last edited: Jan 14, 2015
  17. willisbrown

    willisbrown Well-Known Member

    If they can remain in the top 50 then it becomes a "good" loss no doubt. And good for them if that's the case. I hate having to *root* for them but when I see their scores come across and they've won, I have to see it as a positive for us. The greater good, right?
  18. Staxawax

    Staxawax Well-Known Member

    Naw, there is no greater good when it comes to the Crean and Crimson. I hope they lose out.
  19. godogs91

    godogs91 Active Member

    As long as Crean is there, amen. I hate that over-recruiting jackass.
  20. ConnersvilleBulldog

    ConnersvilleBulldog Well-Known Member VIP Member

    I love having Crean at IU. I don't think they will ever meet their potential as a blue-blood program as long as he's there. So while I root for them to lose, I still hope he does just good enough to keep his job.

    I'd hate to see their program land a coach who could recruit AND coach.

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