It’s not technically “incorrect.” Looking at the other teams records, it looks like he is only including games against D1 opponents (probably because this is what the RPI formula looks at). In this case, UNCA is 1-5.
Why are CUSA teams playing D2 schools? It is hard to have a respectable [font=Verdana]conference [/font]RPI when teams are playing schedules like that. I remember several years ago the A10 made a concerted effort to improve their scheduling and look where the A10 is now. CUSA really needs to work on OOC scheduling.
The D-2 games don’t count for RPI, it’s hard to say whether or not they hurt the league over whatever D-1 game would replace it. Playing a sub-300 team in it’s place would definitely hurt the RPI, playing a top-150 team would help. It’s embarrassing sure, but it probably helps our RPI a little bit, I’m just glad our school doesn’t schedule D-2 games.
More and more power conference teams are taking a page out of this book, Michigan opened with a D-2 school and South Carolina hosts Coker over break.