St. John's still top 10 in winningest programs of all-time according to the link below. They were 4th or 5th back around 2000. The last 20 years have been rough.
Congrats dukedevilz. The best to the wife and child. Let us know how it goes. Sleep all you can this week.I'll add in the NIT results from 1939-56 at some point. That will help St.John's tremendously. However, we're having a baby this week... and well, it might be a while.
This whole thread stinks like piss.
Kansas St lolol. Loser
IL, you really are just that bad at numbers. Lol
Kentucky has more Elite Eights than Iowa does tournament appearances. CrazyLet's compare the numbers for Kansas State and Iowa.
NCAA Tournaments: 31-26, K-State leads
Sweet 16's: 17-8, K-State leads
Elite 8's: 13-4, K-State leads
Final 4's: 4-3, K-State leads
Title Games: 1-1, Tie
Conference Titles: 12-6, K-State leads
The numbers are not very close. No objective person would say that Iowa has accomplished more than Kansas State. So, either you're being obtuse, or you're just wildly lazy with how you examine actual data.
Kentucky has more Elite Eights than Iowa does tournament appearances. Crazy
Interesting that Nova is in that group. The Elite Eight has definitely been our achilles heal. 17 out of 38 isn't a great percentage.It's absurd, really. If I'm looking at the numbers correctly, Kentucky has been to the Elite Eight 38 times. Only UCLA, UNC, Kansas, Duke, Indiana, Louisville, Villanova, and Syracuse have more NCAAT appearances than Kentucky has Elite Eight appearances.
Interesting that Nova is in that group. The Elite Eight has definitely been our achilles heal. 17 out of 38 isn't a great percentage.
I typically don’t associate Nova or Cuse that matter with those other seven but I guess thinking on it they have as much right to be in the conversation as Indiana or Louisvillewhy is it interesting that Villanova is in there. They have 39 appearances (including 1971*) across the 9 decades starting in 1939. Syracuse surprises me even though I think they are tied/close to Nova.