- Dec 28, 2019
One of the things I love about the bannedwagon is the absolute refusal to edit an error in subject titles.
There's a Miles Aiken joke waiting to be made somewhere, though the Essie Hollis comparison already came up.Yeah, I was going to make a Congers joke but I see agoo beat me to it.
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Who the hell is Jason?
That cesspool needs to get shut down. The reluctance to ban legitimate trolls is upsetting. You reap what you sow, I suppose.
JASON WINKINS is obviously JAMEIS WINSTON'S brother, who we signed some time last year in a PACKAGE deal with JAMESTOWN WINKSON.
Also, these stats are SO far off. A simple fact check will find that JASON WINKINS is shooting 7-15 from 3 in his last four games (still good), but not 16-24. JAMEIS is also not 18-30 from 3 in his last 6 games, he's 9-22. What is CHUNK looking at as he more than doubles JUNSTON's numbers?
Don't get me wrong, JAMESTOWN has played much better the last two games, but his being 4-7 from deep last night makes these stats a little misleading (not as much as the completely false numbers do, though).
Over the past five or so years, I’ve noticed a rapid deterioration in critical thinking skills... and self-awareness. The Bannedwagon is not immune to such trends.I dont want to beat a dead horse here, but, man, it's incredible how many people on there currently truly believe we could get an at-large still. How is it possible to know so little about the sport played by a team you're so invested in?
At the risk of sounding like a total nut, would it be that outrageous to sniff an at large IF the following happened?
Right now we have FIVE Q3/Q4 which is absolutely terrible. The circumstances surrounding that don't matter regardless, and most bubble teams have one or two of those caliber losses.
Buffalo and Vermont are very close to becoming Q2 losses, which lessens our ugly OOC performance. If OU, Siena, and Canisius can play halfway decent down the stretch, they would all be/remain Q3 losses.
So in that scenario, we have three Q3 losses and 0 Q4s. Right now we are 1-2 vs. Q1 and 1-1 vs. the Q2. Not that impressive and while Hofstra is a solid team, there’s no chance of them becoming a Q2 unless they run the table.
So with the remaining schedule we have: Richmond (Q2), Saint Louis (Q1 – almost), A10 quarterfinal (Q2) + A10 (Q1) and then lose to Dayton in the title game.
If we win all those games, we would have a Q1 record of 3-3, and Q2 3-3…Would 6-6 vs. Q1/Q2 be enough if VCU and other bubbles fall off?
I think not.
All that could happen and then an 18-15 Minnesota team will get in before us
Winning the tournament is the only way in for us. We might get an NIT bid, but that is so hard with all the regular-season conference winners who don't win their conference tourney. You just can't lose to Canisius, Siena, and Ohio U and hope to make it.