Daily Bubble Debate: San Diego St. vs. St. Mary's

T.R. PetersonCorrespondent IFebruary 27, 2010

So how do you like your bubble teams? Do you like strong RPI and SOS numbers? Is a winning conference record important to you?  

With Selection Sunday a little over two weeks away, it will be interesting to see how the committee sorts things out.  In the meantime, let’s take a look at a couple of teams on the bubble. 

San Diego St. has been on the bubble since early January.  They couldn’t get the win on the road at BYU, which could’ve put them over the hump. St. Mary’s has an impressive record without many quality wins. 

In yesterday’s debate UConn edged Rhode Island.

Which team has the edge?  Who would you select if it came down to these two teams?  Give us your thoughts.

2010 NCAA At-Large Resume Quick Look

Teams

San Diego St. Aztecs

St. Mary’s Gaels

Conference

Mountain West

West Coast

Conference RPI

7

13

Overall Record

18-8

22-5

Conference Record

9-5

10-3

RPI

38

50

Strength of Schedule

61

146

Record in Last 10 games

7-3

8-2

Record vs. RPI top 50

2-5

2-3

Record vs. RPI top 100

4-6

5-5

Road Record

7-7

9-2

Home Record

11-1

12-2

Neutral Record

0-0

1-1

Quality Wins

New Mexico, UNLV

at Utah St, San Diego St.

Bad Losses

at Pacific, at Wyoming

USC, at Portland

Games Remaining

Colorado St., at Air Force

Loyola-Mt

Information taken from cbssports.com

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