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My understanding is if ISU, Baylor and OSU all finish with 2 losses then heAd to head is a wash and the next tie breaker is point differential between those 3. OSU would win that tie breaker

I could be wrong


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My understanding is if ISU, Baylor and OSU all finish with 2 losses then heAd to head is a wash and the next tie breaker is point differential between those 3. OSU would win that tie breaker

I could be wrong


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ISU wins the 3-way tiebreaker between OSU, BU and ISU if all 3 have a loss to OU.


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My understanding is if ISU, Baylor and OSU all finish with 2 losses then heAd to head is a wash and the next tie breaker is point differential between those 3. OSU would win that tie breaker

I could be wrong


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ISU wins the 3-way tiebreaker between OSU, BU and ISU if all 3 have a loss to OU.


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Why? Wouldn’t it then go to point differential in games between Baylor, ISU and OSU?


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Why? Wouldn’t it then go to point differential in games between Baylor, ISU and OSU?


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Our 10 point win over Baylor eliminates them from the mini round robin. Then ISU wins because of head to head. The pertinent parts of the tiebreaker rules are:

b. If three or more teams are tied, steps 1 through 4 will be followed until a determination is made. If only two teams remain tied after any step, the winner of the regular season game between the two tied teams shall prevail.

3. Scoring differential among the tied teams. The team or teams with the lowest difference between points scored and point allowed in games vs. the tied teams is eliminated from consideration.
 

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Why? Wouldn’t it then go to point differential in games between Baylor, ISU and OSU?


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Our 10 point win over Baylor eliminates them from the mini round robin. Then ISU wins because of head to head. The pertinent parts of the tiebreaker rules are:

b. If three or more teams are tied, steps 1 through 4 will be followed until a determination is made. If only two teams remain tied after any step, the winner of the regular season game between the two tied teams shall prevail.

3. Scoring differential among the tied teams. The team or teams with the lowest difference between points scored and point allowed in games vs. the tied teams is eliminated from consideration.
So Baylor’s win over ISU doesn’t eliminate ISU?


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So Baylor’s win over ISU doesn’t eliminate ISU?
Nope. The lowest point differential(s) are eliminated first, then head to head.


OSU 7 (+10, -3) = 7
ISU (-2, +3) = 1
Rapelor (+2, -10) = -8

Rapelor drops out, and then it's head to head, which ISU wins.
Kinda odd the conference penalizes the worst performance instead of rewarding the best performance.


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This is Gundys biggest weakness IMO and the reason we have these STUPID tie breaker threads every single year. Since Gundy has become head coach, 17 seasons, we have only beat all of Baylor, Texas, Iowa State, and Kansas State in the same year, 2 times. 2010 and 2013. Every single year we drop one of these games plus OU and while without a doubt we are the second best program in the Big XII, we rarely finish second.
 
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This is Gundys biggest weakness IMO and the reason we have these STUPID tie breaker threads every single year. Since Gundy has become head coach, 17 seasons, we have only beat all of Baylor, Texas, Iowa State, and Kansas State in the same year, 2 times. 2010 and 2013. Every single year we drop one of these games plus OU and while without a doubt we are the second best program in the Big XII, we rarely finish second.
To be fair, every school not named OU drops one or more games they shouldn’t EVERY year. And even at that OU usually drops a game it shouldn’t. After all, it’s football.


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So Baylor’s win over ISU doesn’t eliminate ISU?
Nope. The lowest point differential(s) are eliminated first, then head to head.


OSU 7 (+10, -3) = 7
ISU (-2, +3) = 1
Rapelor (+2, -10) = -8

Rapelor drops out, and then it's head to head, which ISU wins.
Seems backwards


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I agree, but dems da rules.

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To be fair, every school not named OU drops one or more games they shouldn’t EVERY year. And even at that OU usually drops a game it shouldn’t. After all, it’s football.


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To be fair, those teams still make the conference championship game, we don’t.
Which teams and how many times do they make the CCG?


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