You know, I think I would rather be a man than a god . We don't need anyone to believe in us. We just keep going anyhow. It's what we do.
Wow, no love for Cornell. I thought they'd be ranked higher.
Cornell kind of got screwed in that most people I think assumed Minnesota crapped the bed and would potentially beat them in a rematch. I don't like that concept. In fairness, they should be above Minnesota which means they should be no lower than #3. I find it interesting they make those assumptions with teams but in the case of a Little Ness, who people would think he would probably beat Eifert in a re-match, still snuck Eifert past Ness which is the right thing to do in the rankings in my opinion. That logic followed with the Steinhaus/Q match as well. They saw fit to not move Steinhaus above #5 with his victory over #1 but dropped Q behind him in the rankings to #6. I see the logic in that as well since Steinhaus lost to #3 Bosak and there is no reason to move him above the other three at 184 because they have not lost. The Cornell at #5 ranking doesn't follow logic or reason then based on that.
That being said, rankings will always be a lightning rod, that's why I love looking at them when they come out.
"Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear bright until they speak."