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    Re: Marty Scarano does it again - just saying

    Quote Originally Posted by Ud1Hens View Post
    Plus another selection committee member is the Holy Cross AD. Who do you think worked together to organize UNH vs Holy Cross this year? That's right, the ADs. Delaware stinks. Our offense is brutal. But to miss out to UNH is frustrating. Maybe instead of playing Virginia Tech we should have scheduled one of the worst FBS teams in the country in Georgia Southern.

    Your stinkums performance with Villanova still owning UD's ass is what sealed the deal; VT had nothing to do with it.

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    Re: Marty Scarano does it again - just saying

    This Scarano homer has been able to get away with this type of thing when he's dicking over no-name teams.

    When you start dicking over EWU's, UD's, and McNeese's you'll start getting some feedback on your rigging of the field.

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    Re: Marty Scarano does it again - just saying

    Quote Originally Posted by Henny View Post
    A 1-9 Sun Belt Team?!?!?!? You have to be kidding that you actually brought that up.

    Fortunately out new AD is an absolute Pit Bull and will work tirelessly to get Marty Scarangelo removed from the committee. This is over the top wrong!
    Yeah good luck with that...


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    Re: Marty Scarano does it again - just saying

    And UNH shouldn't have been shut out by Albany yesterday.....................

    That's the point now.

    Congratulations on making the tournament for the 14th year in a row where AGAIN you won't do ****

    Coach Danny Rocco says he "cannot find any sensible, logical reason" that @UNH_Football "trumps @DelawareFB" in @NCAA_FCS selection. #BlueHens had better best win @StonyBrookFB and UNH had worse worst loss @HolyCrossFB. "It makes no sense," he said. #CAAFB

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    Re: Marty Scarano does it again - just saying

    Quote Originally Posted by Henny View Post
    And UNH shouldn't have been shut out by Albany yesterday.....................

    That's the point now.

    Congratulations on making the tournament for the 14th year in a row where AGAIN you won't do ****
    so making the quarters and semis the last couple of years dont mean anything huh? **** off, if UD played CCSU and then got smashed by UCA would that make you happy?


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    Re: Marty Scarano does it again - just saying

    Quote Originally Posted by WrenFGun View Post
    You can ignore the FBS win until your blue in the face, but that's the difference.
    That didn't matter last year when Albany had an FBS win at Buffalo and at UNH head to head - UNH still made the playoffs while Albany didn't.

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    Re: Marty Scarano does it again - just saying

    Sorry, you're missing the point entirely

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    Re: Marty Scarano does it again - just saying

    Quote Originally Posted by UNHWildcat18 View Post
    so making the quarters and semis the last couple of years dont mean anything huh? **** off, if UD played CCSU and then got smashed by UCA would that make you happy?
    Sorry You're missing the point entirely.

    Tell Marty, hope he enjoyed his last year on the committee.

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    Re: Marty Scarano does it again - just saying

    Marty Scarangelo is a scoundrel. That is all. Robbed a deserving team (EWU or UD).

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    Re: Marty Scarano does it again - just saying

    Also, this isn't a new perspective - from 2015



    New Hampshire selection doesn't add up
    By CRAIG HALEY
    STATS FCS Senior Editor

    (STATS) - For any team that receives one of the last at-large bids in the FCS at-playoff field, there's usually a couple left on the outside feeling they have better resumes.
    In New Hampshire's case Sunday, there were more than a couple, according to the NCAA's adopted Simple Ratings System.
    The SRS is similar to the popular RPI rating of teams used in college basketball, a ranking system used to gauge team quality, including strength-of-measure and a win-loss differential.
    Despite being designed as a tool to aid in the playoff selection (http://www.ncaa.com/...-ratings-system), the Division I committee hasn't quite embraced the SRS since its inception in 2013, and the recurring theme has reflected poorly with New Hampshire.
    Two years ago, UNH had the lowest SRS number among at-large selections at 29, and five teams with higher rankings were left out of the field. Last year, the Wildcats earned the No. 1 seed despite having the sixth-best SRS ranking.
    Fortunately for veteran coach Sean McDonnell and the Wildcats, they validated themselves by advancing to the FCS national semifinals in both seasons.
    But it got harder Sunday to justify the SRS or UNH's inclusion in the 24-team field for the 12th straight year - the national high. The Wildcats (7-4), who won their final four regular-season games, had an SRS ranking of 40.
    There were numerous eligible playoff hopefuls ahead of UNH in the SRS which did not receive at-large bids: Western Carolina (7-4), at 25; UT Martin (7-4), 27; Towson (7-4), 29; Youngstown State (6-5), 30; Villanova (6-5), 31; Northern Arizona (7-4), 33; North Dakota (7-4), 36; Bethune-Cookman (9-2), 37; and Prairie View A&M (8-2), 39.
    Towson and North Dakota were named on the FCS selection show as the final teams left out of the field. Both, like New Hampshire, beat seven Division I opponents.
    Western Carolina, UT Martin, Youngstown State, Villanova and Northern Arizona each had one fewer Division I win than New Hampshire, but the committee selected 6-5 Western Illinois, which had an SRS number of 20, for an at-large bid.
    Bethune-Cookman and Prairie View A&M - eligible for at-large selections despite their conferences sending champions to the inaugural Celebration Bowl instead of the playoffs - both beat eight Division I teams.
    With the numbers not adding up for New Hampshire again, the Wildcats hope to change opinions with another strong showing in the playoffs.

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