06-06-12 03:22 PM - Post#129782 In response to JBears
Up front, I would put whomever can block the most shots and grab the most rebounds. This team isn't going anywhere with a Defensive Rating near 110.
I like the offensive talent on this team, but it held 10 of 31 teams under a 100 offensive rating last year. And the Pomeroy ranking of those teams was: 301, 202, 122, DIII, 295, 295, 333, 215, 291 and 277.
I've seen too many teams like Brown's 2012-2013 squad, and the story usually ends with some awesome upsets, but generally inconsistent and disappointing results despite having offensive firepower that might include three All-Ivy selections. And then you look at the defensive metrics, and you quickly see why.