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  1. Somebody did in all four of the years from 2011-2014. 2011: Iowa (plus Minnesota tied) 2012: Minnesota 2013: Iowa 2014: Minnesota
  2. These last five years (2016-2020), likely true. Not sure that would've been true in 2011-2015 (and in 2015, we know that they probably wouldn't have)
  3. jchapman, you do realize that virtually every single NCAA sport has an automatic qualifier for each conference, right?
  4. What if: Parameters: 16 team field, top eight seeded, all seeds will host. Top team in each conference's dual meet season has an automatic bid, the rest of the field filled by at-large qualifiers. Same criteria used to select/seed the field as presently used for the individual NCAA Championships. Missouri at #1 Iowa Virginia Tech at #8 Lehigh Army West Point at #5 Ohio State Northern Iowa at #4 Arizona State Pittsburgh at #3 Penn State Princeton at #6 North Carolina Oklahoma State at #7 Nebraska Campbell at #2 NC State
  5. https://wrestlingbypirate.wordpress.com/2020/02/24/february-24th-2020-wrestlingbypirate-dual-impact-index/
  6. That's kind of the point. If Comcast decides they care about something (like Worlds), Flo can't compete.
  7. Would find it REALLY difficult to believe that Flo would have the money to take anything from Track that Track really wanted, knowing who Track's parent company is.
  8. That's actually S.O.P. in track and field. Not unheard of to send your sprinters to one event, your distance runners to another, and your throwers to a third event, sometimes on opposite ends of the country.
  9. Those 40 qualifiers were also under the old NCAA qualifier formula. Thankfully, that formula was last used in the 2007-2008 season.
  10. Right...any rules that limit travel are conference rules, not NCAA rules. For example, the Big Ten limits teams to 13 wrestlers travelling if there's one dual in a weekend, 15 if there's two. But there is no overarching NCAA rule.
  11. Totally not true. Any rule that limits this is either from the tournaments or the conferences.
  12. Big Ten Championship scores based on the Dual Impact Index: 1. Iowa, 174 2. Penn State, 130 3t. Nebraska, 109 3t. Ohio State, 109 5. Minnesota, 89.5 6. Wisconsin, 81 7. Northwestern, 74.5 8. Purdue, 70 9. Michigan, 59.5 10. Illinois, 46 11. Michigan State, 35.5 12. Rutgers, 31.5 13. Indiana, 6.5 14. Maryland, 1.5 Note that this does not include Berge, however, Berge mathematically couldn't make up a 44-point difference between Iowa and Penn State.
  13. https://wrestlingbypirate.wordpress.com/2020/02/17/february-17th-2020-wrestlingbypirate-dual-impact-index/
  14. Erminio8, not sure about the latter question, but the answer to the first question is actually yes/no.
  15. All times Eastern, with local times in parenthesis. *-Indicates a one-pound weight allowance shall be granted. Thursday, February 20: American at George Mason, 7:00 PM Lehigh at Penn, 7:00 PM Northern Iowa at Wisconsin, 9:00 PM (8:00 PM) Friday, February 21: Fresno State at Illinois, 5:00 PM (4:00 PM) Binghamton at Buffalo, 7:00 PM Michigan State at Central Michigan, 7:00 PM Indiana at Chattanooga, 7:00 PM North Carolina State at Duke, 7:00 PM Michigan at Edinboro, 7:00 PM *Arizona State at Lehigh, 7:00 PM *George Mason at Maryland, 7:00 PM Utah Valley at Ohio, 7:00 PM North Carolina at Virginia, 7:00 PM Drexel at Northern Illinois, 8:00 PM (7:00 PM) North Dakota State at South Dakota State, 8:00 PM (7:00 PM) Nebraska at Minnesota, 9:00 PM (8:00 PM) California Baptist at CSU Bakersfield, 10:00 PM (7:00 PM) Saturday, February 22: Sacred Heart at Long Island, 11:00 AM VMI at The Citadel, 12:00 PM Harvard at Brown, 1:00 PM Bucknell at Columbia, 2:00 PM Sacred Heart at Hofstra, 2:00 PM Iowa State at Missouri, 2:30 PM (1:30 PM) Cal Poly at Oregon State, 4:00 PM (1:00 PM) West Virginia vs. Wyoming at Morgantown, WV, 5:30 PM Cornell at Lock Haven, 6:00 PM *Rider at Maryland, 6:00 PM VMI at Presbyterian, 6:00 PM Virginia Tech at Pittsburgh, 7:00 PM Army West Point at Navy, 7:30 PM Sunday, February 23: Lock Haven at Mat Town Open II, hosted by Lock Haven, 9:30 AM Buffalo at Ohio, 12:00 PM Clarion at Edinboro, 1:00 PM Bloomsburg at Old Dominion, 1:00 PM *Utah Valley at West Virginia, 1:00 PM Campbell at Davidson, 2:00 PM Arizona State at North Carolina, 2:00 PM Buffalo vs. Gardner-Webb at Ohio, 2:00 PM American at Penn State, 2:00 PM *VMI at Appalachian State, 3:00 PM Fresno State at Oklahoma, 3:00 PM (2:00 PM) Northwestern at Southern Illinois Edwardsville, 3:00 PM (2:00 PM) Northern Colorado at Air Force, 4:00 PM (2:00 PM) Gardner-Webb at Ohio, 4:00 PM *Brown at Sacred Heart, 4:30 PM Rutgers at Princeton, 6:00 PM Oklahoma State at Iowa, 8:00 PM (7:00 PM) *North Dakota State at Iowa State, 8:00 PM (7:00 PM)
  16. Nebraska-Omaha. Would never root for them, in anything, and not even against the University of the Satanic Cult (and that's not supposed to be an acronym for anything).
  17. Permanent, until it's changed again, presumably. (the initial limit was 15, and was changed to 17 for 2011...stayed at 17 until this year)
  18. None of them do. In fact, unless they attend an open, of those three, only Lee will have enough matches for the second RPI. Note that the minimum to be included was dropped from 17 to 15 this year.
  19. https://wrestlingbypirate.wordpress.com/2020/02/10/february-10th-2020-wrestlingbypirate-dual-impact-index/
  20. All times Eastern, with local times in parenthesis. *-Indicates a one-pound weight allowance shall be granted. Monday, February 10: Drexel at Old Dominion, 7:00 PM Wednesday, February 12: Missouri at Southern Illinois Edwardsville, 7:00 PM (6:00 PM) Thursday, February 13: Appalachian State at Campbell, 6:00 PM Millersville at Franklin & Marshall, 8:00 PM Little Rock at Stanford, 9:00 PM (6:00 PM) Friday, February 14: Cleveland State at Bloomsburg, 7:00 PM Lehigh at Bucknell, 7:00 PM Kent State at Clarion, 7:00 PM Virginia at Duke, 7:00 PM Pittsburgh at North Carolina, 7:00 PM Virginia Tech at North Carolina State, 7:00 PM Northwestern at Rutgers, 7:00 PM Old Dominion at Navy, 7:30 PM Gardner-Webb at VMI, 7:30 PM Buffalo at Northern Illinois, 8:00 PM (7:00 PM) West Virginia at Northern Iowa, 8:00 PM (7:00 PM) Air Force at Oklahoma, 8:00 PM (7:00 PM) Michigan at Nebraska, 9:00 PM (8:00 PM) California Baptist at Oregon State, 9:00 PM (6:00 PM) Northern Colorado at Utah Valley, 9:00 PM (7:00 PM) CSU Bakersfield at Cal Poly, 10:00 PM (7:00 PM) Saturday, February 15: Penn at Princeton, 12:00 PM Brown at Columbia, 1:00 PM Binghamton at Cornell, 1:00 PM Stanford at North Dakota State, 2:00 PM (1:00 PM) Drexel at Princeton, 2:00 PM Harvard at Columbia, 4:00 PM *Little Rock at Oregon State, 4:00 PM (1:00 PM) *Campbell at VMI, 4:00 PM Penn at Drexel, 7:00 PM Fresno State at South Dakota State, 7:00 PM (6:00 PM) Ohio State at Penn State, 7:30 PM *West Virginia at Iowa State, 8:00 PM (7:00 PM) Minnesota at Iowa, 9:30 PM (8:30 PM) *Arizona State at Cal Poly, 10:00 PM (7:00 PM) Sunday, February 16: *Harvard at Hofstra, 11:00 AM *Brown at Long Island, 11:00 AM Clarion at Rider, 11:00 AM Old Dominion at George Mason, 12:00 PM Michigan State at Cleveland State, 1:00 PM *North Carolina at Cornell, 1:00 PM Davidson at Gardner-Webb, 1:00 PM Southern Illinois Edwardsville at Indiana, 1:00 PM Northwestern at Maryland, 1:00 PM *Brown at Hofstra, 1:30 PM *Harvard at Long Island, 1:30 PM Army West Point at Bucknell, 2:00 PM Bloomsburg at George Mason, 2:00 PM Purdue at Illinois, 2:00 PM (1:00 PM) *Air Force at North Dakota State, 2:00 PM (1:00 PM) Oklahoma at Oklahoma State, 2:00 PM (1:00 PM) *Columbia at Sacred Heart, 2:00 PM Chattanooga at The Citadel, 2:00 PM *Arizona State at CSU Bakersfield, 3:00 PM (12:00 PM) *Northern Iowa at Iowa State, 3:00 PM (2:00 PM) Michigan at Wisconsin, 4:00 PM (3:00 PM) Northern Colorado at Wyoming, 4:00 PM (2:00 PM) *Franklin & Marshall at Penn, 7:00 PM *Stanford at South Dakota State, 7:00 PM (6:00 PM)
  21. There aren't any. No team has had fewer than twelve different starters, aside from Presbyterian with ten, and Presbyterian has rolled out at least three of the Forfeit brothers in every dual.
  22. Generally the ref will say something along the lines of "Coach, you're being dinged for unsportsmanlike conduct". Don't think the official's mouth moved during the entire one-man discussion.
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