How is a .611 winning percentage higher than .641 or .620? Am I missing
A-ha. The excerpt here is missing the beginning of the sentence, "Among
the groups that have more than one Division I basketball school..." The
excerpt makes no sense without that.
but BYUs .620 is still better than .611 and BYU universities on ly have one DI
program. BYU Hawaii is DII
It makes more sense when I read the actual article. The DN editor kind of
This means what again?
Why dad/Why grad... They play on Sundays!
Do your homework.St. Johns winning percentage is 65.83% (after the
two victories this week)Notre Dame is 64.73%Villanova is 64.06%BYU is 62%That puts BYU at fourth. wouldn't you agree that it is stupid
to combine two universities because they are the same order? They aren't the
@Tilka:Actually, the article is comparing various religions'
schools' records on the court. So, if a religion sponsors more than one Div I
basketball team they would have to combine records, because that would reflect
on the religion, not the team. Oh, and Notre Dame only has a 56.9%
winning percentage, worse than BYU's 62%