Don't know, I'll try and find out. I wasn't concerned with only the NCAA b/c if ISU had been to the NIT once in the last 3 years there would be less ******** if we had at least that to hang our hat on.
I don't really think there would be unless it was this year.
Did a little research via Athlon's College BB Magazine:
There are 73...not 76...BCS conference schools.
In the last three years there have been only 6 to get no post season whatsover...CU, ISU, Iowa, Rutgers, Seton Hall, and South Fla. So, 92% of BCS schools made some post season tournament over the last three years.
In the last three years there have been only 19 to get no NCAA tourney action... the 6 above plus NC St (NIT), Neb (NIT), NW (NIT), Penn St (NIT), Cinci (CBI), Depaul (NIT), Providence (NIT), St Johns (CBI), Oregon St (CBI), Alabama (NIT), Auburn (NIT), Ole Miss (NIT), and South Carolina (NIT). So, 74% of BCS schools made at least one NCAA tourney in the last three years.
Thanks for the extra numbers. I would like to think we wouldn't be in the bottom 8%. Every school deals with adversity and what not, all but 6 have shown how to get through it and get some wins.
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