Looking at it, I think my list still holds true - almostIf Frogs win tomorrow I’m thinking they lock in at least 2nd seed unless there’s some quirky weather cancellations.
The last “projections” I saw actually suggested that. Personally, I can’t see that happening although the Ws have been distributed almost perfectly to this point to make that a possibility. At this point I can’t imagine UT, Tech, and OSU being left out. If the Frogs lose tomorrow and fall to 3rd or 4th in conference and lose a couple to Santa Clara I’d be anxious because we’d probably be down in the 50’s of RPI with an unimpressive resume. OU wins tomorrow and goes to Lubbock and takes 2 Ws…hard to see them not getting in but lose tomorrow and get swept in Lubbock equals anxiety. Still think the Eers will need to play their way in.Could 6 teams make it in?
If "ifs" and "buts" were candies and nuts, what a pleasant Christmas it would be.I think one of the posts on the horn fans baseball forum was pretty accurate. One of their fans was talking about several of their games and conference standings, and finished with something like - If we hadn't lost those 4 games, UT would be in first place.
hmmm, no kidding.
Yep...I'm with you although I would like OU to drop the finale to WVU today and fall to 9 losses. Ironically, it's UT's struggles in conference that has allowed more Big12 teams to be in the mix for post-season.TCU has to win today. Then, I hope Tech wins for the sweep. Next weekend Tech gets OU and OSU gets Baylor.
If OSU wins today, I bet they will sweep lowly Baylor and win the top seed.
If TT wins today, I am hoping OU can at least win one game next weekend. Then everyone will have 8 losses. That would be nice surprise to tie for the Championship.
PS -- I love that UT is not in the above conversation.
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