Re: Who gets home court priority when both schools had a first round bye?


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Posted by Fan on February 11, 2017 at 23:34:30:

In Reply to: Re: Who gets home court priority when both schools had a first round bye? posted by observer on February 11, 2017 at 16:27:24:

: : : Would it be higher seed or higher league finish?

: : : If there are 9 or more byes in a bracket, there will be multiple teams meeting in the second round who had a bye in the first round. There could actually be higher seeded schools that will have to go on the road in the second round to play a lower seed who also had a bye, because the lower seed finished higher in a weaker league. At least that's how I understand it.

: : If u receive bye ur home automatic in 2nd

: If there are more than 8 byes that is mathematically impossible. One team with a bye would have to be on the road in the second round. Though it seems that 5-AA will have 23 teams getting in at least, so this may be less of a problem than anticipated.

I'm counting 25 teams for D5AA; however, doesn't position in league dictate home/away for first game, not higher seed.




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