Teams that are on the verge of being in or out of the NCAA tournament.
I have a question, not answer. What does the rpi's in college basketball mean?
This depends on what girls basketball team we are talking about. In the WNBA, there are 11-12 players on a team. In college, around 10-12, and in high school, around 10-15.
Depends on what you mean by "resource" - tobacco- and hog-farming are both huge industries for NC, but it's also known to export excellent college basketball teams.
There are 32 games for each conference. Then when there are 16 teams left, they all play each other until there are 8 teams. Then the 8 teams play for the final 4. And then the final 4 play, and the final 2 play for the Championship.
the national ranking of the teams up to 2
In the current version of the Big 12 Conference Basketball Tournament, all 10 teams in the league qualify for the postseason bracket. The top six teams get a bye, and teams ranked 7-10 play in the first round. From the second round on, it is an eight team tournament.
college football?. Don't you mean American college football,or the real thing?
There are currently two teams in Florida: The Florida Panthers, and The Tampa Bay Lightning
If you mean originate, then it started in America, and it was called women's basketball, as women didn't play it then. GO HHS NETBALL TEAMS!!!!
In 2013, assuming that's what you mean by "this year," the NCAA Men's basketball tournament included teams from 31 states and the District of Columbia.
In college basketball, SOS means 'Strength of Schedule.' This basically means that, using formulas that the NCAA uses (national ranking, RPI, where they played etc.), how good were the opponents that a team played during the season.
What do you mean? I can't name all of the referees in college basketball. Maybe you wanted to know what they were called, referee is another name for an official in sports. I don't know what else you could mean by this question.