• Joe1Coal

    That doesn’t just include the ACC, the horrible AAC, the Big 12, Big 10, SEC, and Pac 12. Woohoo!!

    Happy to see Murray State finally available. All I have to say is, what the hell took so long? What changed? Because they are in the NIT? It is not like their regular games are not on ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNU/FS1/NBCSN/MSG/ETC.

    /end rant.

    Happy for the NIT for this one reason.

  • tomac

    @Varncass said...

    I know what you’re saying tomac, and you are very right about it, but it has happened multiple times with live scoring as well with the score corrections which sucks just as much

    It’s happened to me so often the past two weeks that the rare time when all games are over and I am in the lead, I am still not confident the cash will appear in my account.

    I realize its a quirk specific to CBB, but it still doesnt make it any easier to take, especially when it seems fixable if they could just pull the ESPN stats feed.

    Thanks for your articles all year by the way.

  • CBassXU

    @Varncass said...

    CBass – You ever notice how close to the same look our avatars are…strange

    Crap. I had never actually noticed until now but the similarities are definitely eerily similar haha.

    I guess since I knew where my posts were I never had to decipher mine from yours haha

  • bbjay20

    I posted this in the other thread, but I have a blog up for the NIT slate tonight https://rotogrinders.com/blog-posts/digging-the-mines-finding-cbb-value-tuesday-3-17-2015-nit-games-fanduel-picks-621504

    Anybody have thoughts about tonight? I wish BYU was on FD tonight.

  • depalma13

    The stat adjustment doesn’t bother me as long as it is right. I can’t stand when I watch a game, have it recorded, and can clearly see the official score keepers are missing plays. Video doesnt lie.

  • bbjay20

    Stat corrections are part of the fantasy game. Nothing is official until the game ends, so I always expect changes, no matter what sport.

    If stats are available for smaller schools, which they usually are one way or another, it’d be nice to have them included more often, especially on slower days.

  • SeeRed4

    @Varncass said...

    Just finished up an NIT plays article, should be hitting the front page soon – won’t be incentives either

    Thanks man!

  • Hester8157

    We also all have to take into consideration that I am sure the sites make very little if anything off of CBB and the more conferences they follow the more man hours they have to put into posting games. The few of us that follow these small schools and players are not who they are trying to reel in and that only gives us players an even bigger advantage. Like it or not the sites don’t want to use more conference than they need to from both a site perspective and a customer perspective. I would love to see it also but it just doesn’t make sense for the sites.

  • Hester8157

    We also have to realize that any of us that are actually playing the NIT are in the 1% that actually really cares about CBB.

  • julieduke33

    Hester you are correct on both counts… 90% of players only want teams and conferences they know, don’t want to research Murray St, plus what happens 3 years from now and these small conference schools aren’t good anymore and they are last in OVC, Mac, meac, mvc and others…4 years ago differnt valley teams SIU and Missouri state were good, now nobody would roster guys from those 2 schools

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