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    How and why the APR can and will damage college basketball - CBSSports.com

    Oklahoma State, Providence, Oregon, Auburn, Arkansas and LSU would be the BCS conference programs unable to play in their conference tournaments as well as the NCAAs next March. Murray State, that loveable program who flirted with an undefeated season in 2011-12, with its 927 multi-year rate from the previous four years, it'd be done once its 2012-13 regular-season campaign ended.


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    Re: APR

    Quote Originally Posted by Wesley View Post
    How and why the APR can and will damage college basketball - CBSSports.com

    "Oklahoma State, Providence, Oregon, Auburn, Arkansas and LSU would be the BCS conference programs unable to play in their conference tournaments as well as the NCAAs next March. Murray State, that loveable program who flirted with an undefeated season in 2011-12, with its 927 multi-year rate from the previous four years, it'd be done once its 2012-13 regular-season campaign ended."

    Out of context that quote is a little misleading. That is if the APR standard down the road was in place today.

    It is possible that the new standard will be adjusted and/or delayed before implemented. I'm sure they will be taking the metrics of how teams are doing now against this future measure before they go live.


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