Degrees of Loss Separation: Michigan Hoops

Friday, February 08, 2013

This is just for hahas, but Michigan hoops is really good this year. Just how good? Check out the Degrees of Loss Separation Michigan > Illinois > #1 Indiana Michigan > Arkansas > #2 Florida Michigan > NC State > #4 Duke Michigan > WVU > TCU > #5 Kansas Michigan > Illinois > #6 Gonzaga Michigan > Cal Poly > UCLA > #7 Arizona Michigan > Iowa > Iowa State > Florida Gulf Coast > #8 Miami Michigan > Pitt > #9 Syracuse Michigan > #10 Ohio State Michigan > Pitt > #9 Syracuse > #11 Louisville Michigan > Minnesota > #12 Michigan State Michigan > #13 Kansas State Michigan > Illinois > #14 Butler Michigan > #10 Ohio State > Rhode Island > St. Louis > #15 New Mexico Michigan > Iowa > Iowa State > Drake > #16 Creighton Michigan > Pitt > #9 Syracuse > #17 Cincinnati Michigan > #18 Minnesota Michigan > #18 Minnesota > Stanford > #19 Oregon Michigan > Pitt > #20 Georgetown Michigan > Arkansas > #2 Florida > #21 Missouri Michigan > #13 Kansas State > #22 Oklahoma State Michigan > #23 Pittsburgh Michigan > Arkansas > #2 Florida > #24 Marquette Michigan > NC State > UConn > #25 Notre Dame Total Degrees 59 Furthest separation is Miami who lost to some schmucks at the start of the year New Mexico who plays completely different teams Creighton as it appears that the Missouri Valley does not play the Big 10 at all The Opposite Teams with 1 degree of separation to Michigan: Indiana and Ohio State Teams with 2 degrees of separation to Michigan: Wisconsin, Illinois, Butler, Duke, Michigan State, Kansas Conclusion Essentially every team in the country outside Michigan has lost to a suspect opponent or to Michigan.

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