@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%
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
Why dad/Why grad... They play on Sundays!
This means what again?
It makes more sense when I read the actual article. The DN editor kind of
but BYUs .620 is still better than .611 and BYU universities on ly have one DI
program. BYU Hawaii is DII
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.
How is a .611 winning percentage higher than .641 or .620? Am I missing