6/9/2011 1:28 PM
UCF
SALE MORGAN HINKSON GRASSO
ATH 71 77 88 88
SPD 96 91 45 55
REB 23 1 98 79
DEF 75 91 92 89
SB 1 1 85 57
LP 39 28 48 53
PER
76 89 37 53
BH 79 79 43 71
PAS 55 59 44 41
WE 52 62 75 78
STA 81 81 87 85
DUR 87 65 42 50
FT% 75% 76% 65% 62%
POS PG PG C SF
OVR 735 724 784 799
6/9/2011 8:24 PM (edited)
Those are the projected final numbers for this season's recruits. I can't seem to make it stay centered...evs. Anyway the green categories are high-high and that is the minimum expected based on +28, all things being equal...
6/9/2011 2:00 PM
Posted by coach_billyg on 6/9/2011 12:55:00 PM (view original):
if you think this is the bottom, just wait till next season, when tulsa hits an all new F-- prestige!
remember the glitch a few years ago when a D2 team (possibly Molloy in Allen) went winless for about 3-4 seasons and their prestige showed as A+?

Apparently it had gone to a level below D2 D- and became a D3 A+.
7/14/2011 3:39 PM (edited)
Beginning Season #3.... I think these guys are getting better?

1. Joshua Cardona Sr. PF S. Mississippi 75 37 81 92 74 98 39 43 50 65 81 84 C+ 819
2. Charles Morgan Jr. PF E. Carolina 93 55 82 86 67 88 1 45 53 82 82 81 B- 815
3. Patrick Sims Jr. SF Marshall 84 67 50 84 15 62 78 50 71 90 77 81 B+ 809
4. Nicholas Washington Sr. PF SMU 58 56 49 82 52 98 51 30 54 86 89 69 C 774
5. Vincent McGugin Jr. PF Rice 75 32 84 71 90 53 38 46 54 68 85 78 B- 774
6. Dennis Lamy Sr. SF Houston 70 57 60 77 31 70 79 35 63 83 87 62 B+ 774
7. Ray Morowski Sr. PG Tulsa 62 76 20 69 23 0 82 91 74 78 92 99 A- 766
8. Christopher Christen Sr. PF E. Carolina 35 59 100 43 77 79 47 41 38 81 86 76 B 762
9. Jeffery Woo Sr. PF Memphis 71 47 69 61 61 81 62 43 39 63 82 77 C+ 756
10. Dean Hale Sr. C Memphis 51 48 92 67 72 78 30 26 38 81 73 92 B- 748
11. Blake Pou Sr. PF Memphis 68 36 65 53 60 44 18 63 53 87 91 98 B 736
12. James Drew Sr. SF Houston 59 61 38 67 32 72 51 74 55 73 67 86 B+ 735
13. Nicolas Schrecengost Jr. PG E. Carolina 55 97 10 59 13 28 72 83 94 69 93 56 B+ 729
14. Aaron Jahnke Sr. PF UAB 91 38 89 93 60 92 23 23 40 53 84 36 B- 722
15. Andrew Damberger Jr. SF Memphis 74 46 47 88 32 53 57 46 59 63 74 79 C+ 718
16. Paul Brazil Jr. SF Rice 69 57 52 67 50 62 52 53 50 41 80 83 B 716
17. Scott Stroud Jr. PG Central Florida 94 72 1 94 4 6 58 82 78 70 72 82 C+ 713
18. James Rabinowitz Sr/5 PG E. Carolina 68 80 10 66 4 29 93 67 79 73 81 63 B 713
19. Roger Sewell Sr. PF S. Mississippi 48 39 83 46 51 74 44 53 34 86 93 59 B- 710
20. Francis Easley Jr. SF Tulsa 77 49 48 79 16 63 72 39 58 48 66 85 C+ 700
21. Robert Heenan So. SF Memphis 71 53 56 52 53 58 37 50 36 83 77 74 C 700
22. Richard Wray Sr. SG Tulsa 50 80 29 65 46 15 90 79 58 70 76 41 B 699
23. Frank Cowan Jr. SF SMU 33 67 49 48 29 55 60 55 32 93 76 99 B+ 696
24. George Shen Sr. C Central Florida 66 21 86 81 63 58 43 41 25 53 74 83 C+ 694
25. Darryl Gore Jr. PG UAB 66 86 1 67 2 10 84 73 70 65 79 91 B 694

Last season #2   18 - 700 rated players to begin the season.... 23 to end it.
This season #3   21 - 700 rated players to begin the season.... 49 to end it.

It appears next season we could add as many as (15),  700 rated players more than we graduate. (I would think that season will be our first major break-thru season).  35-40, 700 or higher rated players in C-USA and we should see a significant change in those RPI's.
6/12/2011 10:07 AM
We finished seventh in conference recruiting, actually ahead of the Big Ten. That has to be a good sign ...

1. SEC: 39 recruits, 861 points
2. Big East: 40 recruits, 782 points
3. PAC 10: 38 recruits, 743 points
4. Big 12: 38 recruits, 705 points
5. ACC: 39 recruits, 692 points
6. Atlantic 10: 37 recruits, 643 points
7. Conference USA: 36 recruits, 599 points
6/13/2011 12:43 PM
Beginning of our 3rd season.
1. Memphis 12 60 54 46 60 40 51 46 53 50 68 78 64 C+ 669
2. E. Carolina 12 62 58 52 57 42 50 43 48 48 61 76 69 C+ 668
3. SMU 12 47 59 40 52 29 43 57 48 51 72 79 79 C+ 655
4. Marshall 12 71 58 42 71 35 42 51 45 51 45 76 57 C+ 644
5. Houston 12 57 49 51 59 38 50 53 47 46 54 73 62 B- 639
6. UAB 12 60 60 42 59 31 36 50 53 54 56 75 61 B- 636
7. Rice 12 58 54 47 59 44 51 45 45 50 44 70 64 C+ 633
8. UTEP 12 57 56 40 61 34 38 43 53 51 49 77 65 C+ 626
9. S. Mississippi 12 56 48 47 58 35 55 52 47 45 54 72 55 C+ 624
10. Tulsa 12 61 48 46 63 35 38 47 44 39 60 72 64 C+ 616
11. Central Florida 12 67 48 43 71 34 32 47 47 40 57 72 53 C 609
12. Tulane 12 54 45 40 59 35 36 37 36 40 49 73 64 C 567
6/22/2011 9:09 AM

 
E. Carolina zags27 0-0 10-0 2-0 8-0 0-0 10-0 W10 42 209
  UAB options 0-0 9-1 1-0 8-1 0-0 9-1 W6 27 114
  Marshall girt25 0-0 8-2 6-0 2-2 0-0 8-2 W2 30 75
  Memphis oldwarrior 0-0 6-4 2-2 4-2 0-0 6-4 W1 122 170
  Central Florida dacj501 0-0 4-6 0-1 4-5 0-0 4-6 L1 132 151
  S. Mississippi Weena 0-0 2-8 1-4 1-4 0-4 2-8 W1 107 5
 
 
 
 
 
West Standings
 
  School Coach
W-L

W-L

 

 

 
    RPI SOS
  UTEP southern3pri 0-0 8-2 4-0 4-2 0-0 8-2 L1 80 244
  Houston daveymac 0-0 8-2 4-0 4-2 0-0 8-2 W8 62 191
  SMU budlit 0-0 8-2 4-1 4-1 0-0 8-2 W3 75 196
  Rice storm2425 0-0 6-4 4-1 2-3 0-0 6-4 L3 70 64
  Tulsa coach_billyg 0-0 5-5 0-0 5-5 0-0 5-5 W3 64 92
  Tulane antonsirius 0-0 2-8 0-5 2-3 0-0 2-8 L3 270 231
 
7/17/2011 7:12 PM (edited)

End of season #3.
  School Coach Conf.
W-L
Overall
W-L
Home
W-L
Road
W-L
Top 25
W-L
Last 10 STRK RPI SOS
 
E. Carolina zags27 13-3 25-5 8-2 15-1 0-0 6-4 L2 28 70
  #24 UAB options 12-4 24-6 6-3 15-2 2-1 7-3 L1 34 82
  Marshall girt25 12-4 22-8 12-2 8-4 0-2 6-4 L2 30 34
  Memphis oldwarrior 11-5 20-10 9-4 9-5 2-0 8-2 W1 45 54
  Central Florida dacj501 4-12 9-19 2-7 6-11 0-2 4-6 L1 149 75
  S. Mississippi Weena 4-12 7-21 2-11 4-9 0-6 4-6 L1 119 5
 
 
 
 
 
West Standings
 
  School Coach Conf.
W-L
Overall
W-L
Home
W-L
Road
W-L
Top 25
W-L
Last 10 STRK RPI SOS
  Rice storm2425 12-4 18-10 11-2 7-7 0-1 6-4 L2 90 127
  Tulsa coach_billyg 10-6 15-13 5-3 10-8 0-2 3-7 L3 61 52
  Houston daveymac 7-9 15-12 11-1 4-10 0-1 4-6 L2 95 100
  SMU budlit 5-11 13-14 7-6 6-7 0-0 2-8 L1 164 154
  UTEP southern3pri 3-13 11-16 6-6 5-9 0-1 2-8 L4 199 173
  Tulane antonsirius 3-13 5-22 1-12 4-9 0-1 2-8 L1 190 44
Well we put 4 teams into the NT... ECU, UAB, Marshall, and Tulsa.
All lost in the first round as would be expected.
Memphis made the PIT in a weird turn of events... almost like they switched the names of Tulsa and Memphis...
Memphis played 2 rounds. I'm not sure if we all 5 were in the PIT if we'd have won it. Hard to say how good we really are right now.
But we're ALOT better than we were.

East
1st season  total RPI = 1246      2nd season total = 846   3rd season total =  405
West
1st season  total RPI = 1471      2nd season  total = 1487  3rd season total  = 799
Totals                               2717                                          2333                                     1204          getting much better 
7/17/2011 7:10 PM (edited)

Our RPI's are a little manipulated right now... IMHO of course, but as is ezily done in HD... we are all good enough vets to schedule winable games in NC and then beat up on each other in conference and lower our RPI's to a nice looking position. After placing 4 in the NT... we should earn  $90,000 extra cash... which helps some... but the prestige boost should finally begin in earnest to move us upwards towards a place where some of us can begin to lure better players into the C-USA. We finished 6th in conference RPI... proabably about 7-10 right now actually... but 6th isn't too bad if it was legit. As empty as Rupp is until we get to 3rd-4th we really shouldn't feel that we are closing the gap on the better conferences. Until we begin signing those 3, 4, &... eventually 5* players... we really will be pretty ez 1st or 2nd round outs in the NT.
All that said... we are far ahead of where we came into DI 3 seasons ago... I would say the project is right on schedule.

7/17/2011 7:15 PM

  School Players A SPD REB DE BLK LP PE BH P WE ST DU FT TOT
1. Memphis 12 62 56 50 62 42 55 50 59 54 69 81 66 B- 709
2. E. Carolina 12 64 60 54 60 44 53 47 50 49 64 79 70 B- 693
3. Marshall 12 73 61 45 75 36 46 54 49 52 55 79 60 C+ 685
4. SMU 12 49 60 41 54 31 44 60 50 54 72 82 81 B- 678
5. UAB 12 64 63 44 63 32 39 54 55 57 60 78 63 B- 672
6. Houston 12 59 51 54 63 40 54 56 49 48 56 76 63 B- 669
7. Rice 12 60 56 48 61 47 54 48 48 53 47 74 67 C+ 664
8. S. Mississippi 12 57 51 49 62 37 58 55 50 48 58 77 58 C+ 659
9. UTEP 12 60 57 42 64 36 41 46 57 53 53 80 67 C+ 655
10. Tulsa 12 63 51 48 68 37 41 51 46 40 63 76 68 C+ 653
11. Central Florida 12 70 53 45 75 36 35 51 50 43 60 76 56 C+ 651
12. Tulane 12 56 50 43 63 38 42 39 37 41 53 77 67 C+ 606
7/20/2011 5:08 PM (edited)

Per Iggy / Ol 'W 

I think the SEC comes out at close to $45k per team.
Well ahead of the Big Ten, Pac 10 and BigEast all in the low 20's.
Big 12 with 17k
ACC & A-10 both around 11k
C-USA  $7,500 smackers.
*note... the smackers comment was mine, not sure Old Iguana speaks that type groovy lingo

7/25/2011 9:48 AM (edited)

Season #1 C-USA Makeover

Prestige movement:
                Beginning   1st yr    2nd     3rd

Tulane         C+  stays   C+      C          C             
C. Florida    C+  down   C        C-         C-           
Memphis     C    down   C        C-         C             
E. Carolina  C    down   C-       D+       C+           
Rice              C    down   C-       D+        C            
Marshall       D+    up      C-       C+        B-
S. Miss.        D+   stays   D+      D+       C-
UAB              D+   stays   D+       D         C          Jahnke drafted  C+
Houston       D     stays   D         D         D+
UTEP            D     stays   D         D-        D          New Coach        D+
Tulsa            D     stays   D         D-        C-
SMU              D-      up     D+       D          D+

season #3,... great strides forward.  up a total of 17 grades in prestige, ECU, Tulsa, and UAB moved up a full letter grade (3) units, each. Rice moved 2. Marshall only moved one, but that was to a B-, our first team to reach that level... Congrats Girt, hopefully several of us will join you soon.
7/23/2011 3:26 PM
1. SEC B+ 219-146 .6082 .6039
2. Big Ten B 207-145 .5833 .5809
3. Big East B 203-149 .5683 .5665
4. PAC 10 B 198-156 .5731 .5635
5. Big 12 B 189-156 .5663 .5593
6. Conference USA C- 184-157 .5435 .5463
7. Atlantic 10 C+ 179-165 .5294 .5258
8. Ivy League C- 176-165 .5200 .5174
9. ACC B- 173-172 .5250 .5168
10. WCC C- 172-166 .5150 .5121
11. Mountain West C- 169-171 .5038 .4985
12. Missouri Valley D+ 171-166 .4886 .4910
13. Big Sky D+ 162-177 .4934 .4904
14. MAC C- 166-170 .4856 .4870
15. Southland D+ 160-177 .4851 .4826
16. Metro-Atlantic D+ 160-177 .4863 .4817
17. Mid-Eastern D+ 163-175 .4782 .4771
18. Ohio Valley D+ 158-179 .4828 .4762
19. Summit League D+ 161-174 .4767 .4759
20. Horizon D+ 157-180 .4820 .4753
21. Colonial Athletic Association D+ 158-177 .4808 .4744
22. Southern D+ 160-180 .4732 .4683
23. Sun Belt D+ 152-184 .4757 .4656
24. Big South D 151-185 .4699 .4640
25. Patriot League D+ 152-186 .4690 .4639
26. Northeast D+ 149-188 .4674 .4597
27. Big West D+ 155-181 .4627 .4573

Interesting sidebar, The Horizon has just had about 5-6 established DII coaches move up and invade what was an empty conference. I think the only teams human coached were Acecards and professor17, both very good coaches to anchor a new "threat conference" to the big-6.
Hopefully they will take a cue from us and start a tracking thread for the Horizon. I may actually do it for em LOL.

"Rupp Revolution 2-12" has begun.
7/25/2011 11:39 AM
21. Belmont C- thechamp1141 Horizon 0-0 .0000 0 .0000
33. Butler B- AceCards Horizon 0-0 .0000 0 .0000
52. Cleveland St. D+ bspecter Horizon 0-0 .0000 0 .0000
70. DePaul C - Horizon 0-0 .0000 0 .0000
71. Detroit D bhgee Horizon 0-0 .0000 0 .0000
117. Illinois-Chicago C+ - Horizon 0-0 .0000 0 .0000
146. Loyola Chicago D schefflerk5 Horizon 0-0 .0000 0 .0000
151. Marquette C- professor17 Horizon 0-0 .0000 0 .0000
317. Wisconsin, Green Bay D- - Horizon 0-0 .0000 0 .0000
318. Wisconsin, Milwaukee C- mattspecter Horizon 0-0 .0000 0 .0000
320. Wright St. D- - Horizon 0-0 .0000 0 .0000
324. Youngstown St. D ARomano Horizon 0-0 .0000 0 .0000

Just because
7/25/2011 12:04 PM (edited)
Beginning Season #53
1. Charles Morgan Sr. PF E. Carolina 94 55 82 89 67 88 11 46 53 86 86 81 B 838
2. Patrick Sims Sr. SF Marshall 84 67 55 84 18 66 87 50 71 93 77 82 B+ 834
3. Bobby Place Jr. SF Tulsa 65 73 75 81 37 63 60 53 59 76 90 64 C+ 796
4. Vincent McGugin Sr. PF Rice 75 32 84 74 92 54 38 46 55 75 81 85 B 791
5. Robert Heenan Jr. SF Memphis 72 53 74 60 59 60 49 61 53 83 82 80 B- 786
6. Andrew Damberger Sr. SF Memphis 82 46 50 88 34 63 70 54 59 71 78 79 C 774
7. John Catanzaro Jr. PG Memphis 57 97 33 55 26 26 74 95 91 72 86 61 C+ 773
8. Edward Tennison Jr. SF E. Carolina 78 67 56 64 43 81 59 52 29 76 73 88 C+ 766
9. Nicolas Schrecengost Sr. PG E. Carolina 55 99 11 64 19 36 74 83 95 77 95 56 B+ 764
10. Scott Stroud Sr. PG Central Florida 96 71 1 99 6 6 58 99 87 78 79 82 C+ 762
11. Jason Greene Jr. C Tulane 69 48 91 93 61 88 13 15 36 75 77 95 C- 761
12. David Schuman Sr. PF Houston 79 60 94 79 57 55 59 35 43 62 68 64 B 755
13. Ronnie Linares Jr. SG E. Carolina 89 83 32 86 23 1 72 63 72 75 78 79 B+ 753
14. Francis Hanson Sr. C UAB 69 51 87 73 96 81 39 30 36 71 76 43 B- 752
15. Louis Washington Jr. SG UAB 64 74 44 70 32 53 62 66 46 79 95 67 B- 752
16. Paul Brazil Sr. SF Rice 69 56 52 70 57 61 53 58 55 49 80 92 B 752
17. John Mar Sr. SF UTEP 56 66 39 77 44 84 54 65 68 66 63 65 C 747
18. Darryl Gore Sr. PG UAB 69 91 1 73 3 10 97 81 74 72 79 96 B- 746
19. Francis Easley Sr. SF Tulsa 83 50 55 87 17 64 74 40 65 50 65 95 C+ 745
20. Wilton Learned Jr. C Central Florida 57 22 86 78 86 74 22 29 33 80 84 86 C 737
21. John Berg Sr. PF Marshall 79 37 91 92 84 91 1 13 24 65 94 66 B 737
22. Norman Durazo Sr. PG Rice 99 75 2 96 2 2 80 80 79 60 87 75 B 737
23. Clifton Denny Sr. PF UTEP 86 44 57 89 56 50 46 28 51 53 86 87 C- 733
24. Frank Cowan Sr. SF SMU 35 67 54 50 31 55 60 64 37 95 79 99 B+ 726
25. William Wilson Sr. C Marshall 81 36 78 79 74 85 15 52 47 69 80 28 B- 724

Season #2 we began the season with 18, ( 700+) rated players. We ended with 23.
Season #3 we began the season with 21, ( 700+) rated players. We ended with 49.
Season #4 we began the season with 39, (700+) rated players.

Season #4 being our first seniors we actually recruited as frosh. The progression is looking very good.
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