In this week’s Under the radar, David reports to us direct from Abilene, Texas as we dissect the NCAA rules regarding the limit on the number of non-Division I games a team may play and whether or not games against transitional teams do (or should) count towards that limit. We review the recent controversies about these rules and the waiver granted by the NCAA due to quite a few teams having inadvertently violated them.
We also review the bottom four lines of our current Seed Lists, projecting who we think will win the smaller conferences and what seed line we are currently projecting them too.
Finally, we introduce our new “Under the Radar Top Ten” lists and promptly end up debating what it even takes to qualify to be on such a list.
All that and more!!!
Also, don’t miss my SCGD for today by clicking here: http://hoopshd.com/2014/01/17/small-conference-game-of-the-day-january-17-2/