I did not expect to be that high, tbh
This matters. I think the last five years may matter more because of the recruiting effect. Would love to see that list. I’m still waiting on our athletic department to release how many teams have been to the Sweet 16 the last three years. If I could make the time, I’d do it. I’ll try. I think the list is very short.
Sweet 16 in 2021 (Indy):
What strikes me out of that list is how many weren’t even in the tournament all three years, much less in the SS. But I continue.
From that list in the 2022 SS:
From that list in 2023:
Swine, I think UCLA was in '23 too. Played after us in Vegas.
You are correct. Make it four.
That is 22.7 wins per season.
Musselman 23.75 wins per season in 4 seasons
Anderson 22 wins per season in 6 seasons
A more interesting look will come over the next ten season…
I think we’ll move higher up the list, Dale.
Powerful stat. Typical on spot board material. Thanks, SwineFusion.
It’s interesting that the spread between those two isn’t greater. When you win matters obviously.
Yes, winning an extra round or two at the NCAAs is the difference between the two. That is roughly 1 to 1.75 wins, isn’t it?
Yep. Make the dance and win Rounds 1 and 2= Sweet 16. However, would NIT wins also count in these total? SEC Tournament wins?
Those tournament wins are the most important wins though. Another comparison would be Muss has 8 NCAA tournament wins, Mike had 2 in two extra seasons
Yes, they are all part of the official record.
Also remember, in Muss’ 1st year, 2019/20, there were no post season tournaments. In his 2nd year 2020/21, there were fewer regular season games allowed due to covid. We also had a cancelled game or 2. The result was we played 26 regular games instead of the usual 31.
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