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Offline MrGuin

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MVFC Champions...
« on: November 10, 2013, 04:09:06 PM »
I can not believe the negativity on this board. Unless I'm mistaken the Penguins can still win the Conference Title and a first round bye. Now with that being said, it probably won't happen unless the play calling gets better. We should have put up 35 points yesterday. Too many run plays and the same frickin' play. If they let Hess throw more they win. But wudda, shudda, cudda. Bad loss, hope they learn and get better. There is no other option. This season still has a great chance to be memorable. Hopefully we have a great crowd next Saturday and drop the Bison.

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Re: MVFC Champions...
« Reply #1 on: November 10, 2013, 04:42:45 PM »
That's how I see it: YSU and NDSU could each end up with one loss, and YSU gets the automatic bid by beating NDSU. However, I need to hear from one of the experts on what the tiebreaker rules really are.

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Re: MVFC Champions...
« Reply #2 on: November 10, 2013, 05:21:33 PM »
TWO TEAMS ARE TIED
1. In there is a two-team tie following the round-robin results and the two tied teams played each other, the winner of the game will be declared champion.

2. If the tied teams did not play each other, then each teamís record against all common opponents in the league will be used to determine the automatic bid.

3. If the teams are still tied, then each teamís record against the next highest common opponent in the league standings will be used to determine the automatic bid.

4. If the teams are still tied, the latest available GPI ranking prior to NCAA selection shall be used as the final tiebreaker.


THREE TEAMS ARE TIED
1. If at any point, a tie is broken using the multiple-tie tiebreaker procedures and only two teams remain, the remaining teams will revert to the two-way tiebreaker (head-to-head).

2. If the tied teams all played one another, the team with the best cumulative record involving games with the tied teams shall be declared champion. For example, if a team is 2-0 against two other tied teams, that team will be declared champion.

3. If the tied teams all played one another and have identical records against the other tied teams, then each teamís record against all common opponent s in the league will be used to determine the automatic bid. If teams are still tied, then each teamís record against the next highest common opponent in the league standings will be used to determine the automatic bid.

4. If the tied teams did not play each other, then each teamís record against all common opponent s in the league will be used to determine the automatic bid. If the teams are still tied, and they did not play each other, then each teamís record against the next highest common opponent in the league standings will be used to determine the automatic bid.

5.If the teams are still tied, the latest available GPI ranking prior to NCAA selection shall be used as the final tiebreaker.

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Re: MVFC Champions...
« Reply #3 on: November 11, 2013, 12:37:39 AM »
NDSU had to share the title in 2011 with UNI even though we beat them head to head. Which makes zero sense.   O well UNI got more paint on thier wall...good for them