March 29, 2004


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  • This article presents an interesting correlation, but, obviously written by a partisan Duke fan!
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  • well, i think this would be a good tool to use on the horses as well. or nascar. how about the pga? i wonder if there is any historical data that could be used to predict the winner between seabiscuit and war admiral? how do texas cu's stack up against those from massachusetts?
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  • We shall see if you are really using your brains here, or you will prove that by using the variables you selected you must be considered a good ACC sucker bet! Wayne John
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  • Fun thing to do. Way to go with creativity and data analysis!
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  • Well, you analyzed the individual CU's which represented the colleges last year.....but you did so if the CU was $50 mm or above. Had you looked at all of them, you could have picked last years's winner easily. Sunfirst FCU (formerly Syracuse University FCU, $43 mm) proudly boasts an ROA of 1.19%, has delinquency of 0.14%, and capital of 15.7%. Joe Mariani, CEO Sunfirst FCU, proudly serving (among others) the staff and faculty of the 2003 NCAA Champion Orangemen Look out next year!
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  • I hope you are wrong :) Ann South Novartis FCU OK State Alum from NJ
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  • How did GA Tech drop from a 5 score against OK State to a 3 score against DUke? If they kept their 5 score as Duke kept their 4, GA Tech would win!!
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  • How did GA Tech drop from a 5 score against OK State to a 3 score against DUke? If they kept their 5 score as Duke kept their 4, GA Tech would win!!
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  • What about the Women?????????
    Anonymous