And 30-5 against everyone else. Good thing they didn't play a 4 game season, I guess.Or play in the ASC East I guess...
Pretty sure they've won more games against teams in the tournament than Tyler or anyone else in the ASC East has. You're taking a statistical anomaly and making something of it. This is why the committee looks at the entire picture, at least most of the time.
Didn't you go on and on about how bad Trinity's singular loss to Rockford (now 17-23) in a four game series was earlier in the season? Now you want to say going 0-4 against the bottom end of the ASC East is just an anomaly? And the fact that another tournament team went 5-1 against the these common opponents doesn't mean anything?
So a singular loss in a four game series is terrible. Getting swept in a three game series is an anomaly. Got it.
Another person might have taken it as a compliment that the "bottom" of the ASC is being compared favorably with the middle of the NATHC. But whatever.
One difference -- home vs. road. Another difference, Rockford has never been any good/Miss Coll has been in a regional and plays Millsaps regularly. The game against Ozarks was literally the first game of the season.
Finally, Rockford was like 0-10 at the time and only got well once they started playing some of the bad teams in the very top heavy NATHC. But hey, if all you expect out of yourself is 3 out of 4 against such a program, so be it.
Obviously the committee found ample reason to think Huntingdon is pretty good despite a bad weekend. I think they got this one right. Actually I think they got a lot of the seedings right.