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1 month 1 week ago - 1 month 1 week ago #25916 by HawkErrant
First post of the season for the ATWP tracker begins with this recap of last year's final numbers.
(The thread from last season can be found here.)

ALL TIME WINNINGEST PROGRAMS D1 MENS BASKETBALL
Through WEDNESDAY 2020-03-11 SEASON FINAL
Top 5 programs plus #6 Syracuse, which was in the 5 spot until NCAA sanctions in 2015
ALL-TIME & ACADEMIC YEAR 2019-20 WON-LOST TOTALS
RANK PROGRAM	WON    LOST	WIN%   YTDW   YTDL      YTDW%   GB     ΔKU
1 Kentucky	2318	712	0.765	25	6	0.806	0	-3
2 Kansas	2302	862	0.728	28	3	0.903	16	na
3 N Carolina 	2275	818	0.736	14     19	0.424	43     -14
4 Duke		2201	893	0.711	25	6	0.806	117	-3
5 Temple	1940   1096	0.639	14     17	0.452	378    -14
6 Syracuse -V	1922	922	0.676	18     14	0.563	396    -10
   Syracuse wV	2023	922	0.687					
LEGEND
YTD: Year to Date
GB: Games Behind
ΔKU: Current year delta compared to KU
-V: without 101 wins NCAA vacated in 2015 (the official NCAA record)
wV: with vacated wins

And here is the first update for AY2020-21, highlighted by KU, the tarred ones and the Orange starting out very well, while the squid kids open a sorry 1-3, and lowlighted with COVID19 interfering with 4 games so far (UK 1 cancelled, Duke 2 postponed, Temple 1 postponed)..

ALL TIME WINNINGEST PROGRAMS D1 MENS BASKETBALL
Through SUNDAY 2020-12-06
Top 5 programs plus #6 Syracuse, which was in the 5 spot until NCAA sanctions in 2015
ALL-TIME & ACADEMIC YEAR 2020-21 WON-LOST TOTALS
RANK PROGRAM	WON    LOST	WIN%   YTDW   YTDL      YTDW%   GB     ΔKU
1 Kentucky	2319	715	0.764	1	3	0.250	0	-3
2 Kansas	2306	863	0.728	4	1	0.800	13	na
3 N Carolina 	2278	819	0.736	3	1	0.750	41	-1
4 Duke		2203	894	0.711	2	1	0.667	116	-2
5 Temple	1940   1096	0.639	0	0	0.000	379	-4
6 Syracuse -V	1925	922	0.676	3	0	1.000	394	-1
  Syracuse wV	2026	922	0.687					
LEGEND
YTD: Year to Date
GB: Games Behind
ΔKU: Current year delta compared to KU
-V: without 101 wins NCAA vacated in 2015 (the official NCAA record)
wV: with vacated wins

As always, please let me know if you have any questions or spot any errors, and thanks in advance!

AY2020-21 KU OBJECTIVES:
20/63: Win KU's 20th Big 12 title in 25 Big 12 seasons, and NCAA best 63rd conference title in program history.

With the 2020 post season cancelled due to the novel coronavirus, those objectives carryover to this post season.

12/29: Looking for KU's 12th Big 12 Tournament title, and 29th overall conference tournament title
(currently 11 Big 12 titles + 4 Big 8 postseason titles 1977-96 + 13 Big 6/7/8 Holiday Tournament titles 1947 to 1979).


and

4/6: NCAA and overall National Championships to go with their COVID 2020 Consensus #1 final ranking.

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1 month 1 week ago - 1 month 6 days ago #25970 by HawkErrant
No Sunday games scheduled since Tarleton State @KU was cancelled, so posting a day earlier than usual.

KU leading the Top 5 field so far this year.

Kensucky continues to (now 1-4 after losing to Notre Dame today), and although continuing this trend would be bad for the KU SOS, I would love for it to trend on.

The tarred ones manage to hang on to win in a late scheduled, squeezed in game against NC-Central.

Puke (2-2) has cancelled its remaining nonconference schedule, next plays 12-16 @ND.

Temple has yet to play due to COVID19 issues. First game to be 12-19.

Syracuse is 4-1, with its only loss being against the only Top 25 team it has played (#21 Rutgers 79-69).

ALL TIME WINNINGEST PROGRAMS D1 MENS BASKETBALL
Through SATURDAY 2020-12-12
Top 5 programs plus #6 Syracuse, which was in the 5 spot until NCAA sanctions in 2015
ALL-TIME & ACADEMIC YEAR 2020-21 WON-LOST TOTALS
RANK PROGRAM	WON    LOST	WIN%   YTDW   YTDL      YTDW%   GB     ΔKU
1 Kentucky	2319	716	0.764	1	4	0.200	0	-5
2 Kansas	2308	863	0.728	6	1	0.857	11	na
3 N Carolina 	2279	820	0.735	4	2	0.667	40	-2
4 Duke		2203	895	0.711	2	2	0.500	116	-4
5 Temple	1940   1096	0.639	0	0	0.000	379	-6
6 Syracuse -V	1926	923	0.676	4	1	0.800	393	-2
   Syracuse wV	2027	923	0.687					
LEGEND
YTD: Year to Date
GB: Games Behind
ΔKU: Current year delta compared to KU
-V: without 101 wins NCAA vacated in 2015 (the official NCAA record)
wV: with vacated wins

As always, please let me know if you have any questions or spot any errors, and thanks in advance!

AY2020-21 KU OBJECTIVES:
20/63: Win KU's 20th Big 12 title in 25 Big 12 seasons, and NCAA best 63rd conference title in program history.

With the 2020 post season cancelled due to the novel coronavirus, those objectives carryover to this post season.

12/29: Looking for KU's 12th Big 12 Tournament title, and 29th overall conference tournament title
(currently 11 Big 12 titles + 4 Big 8 postseason titles 1977-96 + 13 Big 6/7/8 Holiday Tournament titles 1947 to 1979).


and

4/6: NCAA and overall National Championships to go with their COVID 2020 Consensus #1 final ranking.

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1 month 3 days ago #25983 by HawkErrant
I usually compare my historical data with the latest NCAA Records book before making the first post of the new season. Realizing I had not yet done so this year, I did so this morning and discovered a discrepancy between the 2020 and 2021 NCAA D1 Men's Basketball Records Books.

The tarred ones gained a win from one year to the next that had nothing to do with their last season record.

So I emailed the NCAA about the discrepancy (text follows):
EMAIL TEXT BEGINS
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QUESTION: Discrepancy in NCAA 2021 Division 1 Men's Basketball Records Book

Comparing the Subject book information with the NCAA 2020 Division 1 Men's Basketball Records book, topic: All-Time Wins list

NORTH CAROLINA
2021 Record Book W 2276 L 818
2020 Record Book W 2261 L 799

the difference____ W 15 L 19
Actual 2020 record W 14 L 19
So why the "extra" win in the 2021 Record Book?

Research reveals that the UNC 2020 Media Guide record is 2261-799 (page 3), while the UNC 2021 Media Guide reports the 2276-818 data (page 3), which includes the “extra” win.

Further research shows that the UNC 2020 Media Guide (page 89) reports the 1919-20 season record to be 7-9, while the UNC 2021 Media Guide (page 88) shows the 1919-20 season record to be 8-9.

Clearly this is the "extra" win in the All Time Wins total, but where did it come from?
Did UNC or NCAA historians find a previously unreported UNC Win for the 1919-20 season?
Or is this simply a data input/transference error?

Thank you.
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END EMAIL TEXT

I got a same day response from the NCAA courtesy of JD Hamilton.
Paraphrased --
Since the publication of the 2020 records books, the UNC SID staff found a game that was not in the history books.
UNC hosted the Leaksville YMCA on Dec. 13, 1919, winning 35-22.
The 1919-20 season record was therefore adjusted from 7-9 to 8-9, and
The all-time record for the tarred ones starting with AY2020-21 was adjusted to 2276-818.
End Paraphrased reply

Rather than edit the previous posts, I am adding the additional win with this post.

ALL TIME WINNINGEST PROGRAMS D1 MENS BASKETBALL
Through SATURDAY 2020-12-12 (ADJUSTED)
Top 5 programs plus #6 Syracuse, which was in the 5 spot until NCAA sanctions in 2015.
N Carolina record adjusted W+1 for previously unreported win from AY1919-20.
ALL-TIME & ACADEMIC YEAR 2020-21 WON-LOST TOTALS
RANK PROGRAM	WON    LOST	WIN%   YTDW   YTDL      YTDW%   GB     ΔKU
1 Kentucky	2319	716	0.764	1	4	0.200	0	-5
2 Kansas	2308	863	0.728	6	1	0.857	11	na
3 N Carolina 	2280	820	0.735	4	2	0.667	39	-2
4 Duke		2203	895	0.711	2	2	0.500	116	-4
5 Temple	1940   1096	0.639	0	0	0.000	379	-6
6 Syracuse -V	1926	923	0.676	4	1	0.800	393	-2
   Syracuse wV	2027	923	0.687					
LEGEND
YTD: Year to Date
GB: Games Behind
ΔKU: Current year delta compared to KU
-V: without 101 wins NCAA vacated in 2015 (the official NCAA record)
wV: with vacated wins

As always, please let me know if you have any questions or spot any errors, and thanks in advance!

AY2020-21 KU OBJECTIVES:
20/63: Win KU's 20th Big 12 title in 25 Big 12 seasons, and NCAA best 63rd conference title in program history.

With the 2020 post season cancelled due to the novel coronavirus, those objectives carryover to this post season.

12/29: Looking for KU's 12th Big 12 Tournament title, and 29th overall conference tournament title
(currently 11 Big 12 titles + 4 Big 8 postseason titles 1977-96 + 13 Big 6/7/8 Holiday Tournament titles 1947 to 1979).


and

4/6: NCAA and overall National Championships to go with their COVID 2020 Consensus #1 final ranking.

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1 month 3 days ago - 1 month 3 days ago #25986 by HawkErrant
Saw this on JayhawkSlant. Really cool graphic that is best watched on a desktop or other larger screen computer.

Shows KU on top of the leader board from 1941 to 1946 and then 1956 to 1961.

After that KU dropped off the pace until settling in second place behind Kentucky from 1968 to 1979, when the tarred ones under the future Traitor Smith passed the Jayhawks. In 1981-82 St John's and Oregon State pass KU for 3rd and 4th place. Then KU passes Oregon State for 4th by the end of the 1983-84 season, and St John's for 3rd by the end of the 1986-87 season.

KU stayed in third for 24 seasons, ending the 2009-10 season 1 game back of the tarred ones and passing them for second in the 2010-11 season, where the Jayhawks have been ever since. And entering the 2020-21 season KU was 16 games behind UK, and so far have cut that lead to 11, the closest the Jayhawks have been since the end of the 2012-13 season when UK's lead had been cut to 10, 2111 to 2101.

In the meantime UK had been in first after passing Oregon State in the 1966-67 season, until the tarred ones took over first at the end of the 1989-90 season. UK moved back into first in the 1994-95 season and has been there ever since.

You can watch the video even if you do not have a Twitter account. Just click on the link here. If the video in the pop up page does not start automatically, just click on the video to start it.

Enjoy!

P.S. - Discerning readers will note that the graphics creator has given UK two more wins at the end of 2019-20 than are listed in the NCAA 2021 Records Book.

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1 month 3 days ago - 1 month 3 days ago #25987 by HawkErrant
Also from JayhawkSlant, a bit of history from poster Mark933. He provides some insight (in response to another poster asking about UK adding "something like 30 wins" to its record over time) to go along with the graphic... (Pay site link)

The whole “Kentucky finds wins” tends to get exaggerated. Kentucky added two wins (one from 1903 and one from 1907) to its total in 1969 and another (from 1914) to its total in 1990. It’s not unusual for schools to research their programs early years and find unrecorded games. Kansas has done it, UNC has done it. The reason Kentucky got so much attention for it was the timing.

During the 1968-69 season KU and Kentucky (and Oregon State) were closing in on 1,000 wins in a well-publicized race. KU was leading 997 to 995 when Kentucky announced they had found two wins. KU wasn’t happy about it (both Max Falkenstien and Ted Owens mention it in their books), but they were legit games that they had to prove to the NCAA.

During the 1989-90 season UNC had finally caught Kentucky in wins and at the end of the season UNC led 1,479 to 1,478. During the summer of 1990 Kentucky announced an additional win. The win had actually been added to Kentucky’s records in 1985 but had never been included in their win total.

Both the times Kentucky made changes were at points when there was a lot of attention to the all-time wins race and because of this it seems the number of wins UK added gets exaggerated.

UNC added five wins to its total in 1991. And, as LTCUSARet diligently noted above, UNC add another win just recently.

Kansas has also adjusted its historical records, which I think very few people are aware of. James Naismith’s record used to be listed as 53-55 instead of the 55-60 listed now. These changes occurred in the early to mid-1970s and were never announced in the media, as far as I can tell. The only way you can find that there were changes is by comparing KU’s historical records listed in the annual media guides.

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1 month 15 hours ago - 4 weeks 1 day ago #26019 by HawkErrant
Once again no Sunday games, so another Saturday post.

KANSAS continues to roll, Kensucky continues to flounder after losing to the tarred ones today, Duke won at Notre Dame then the previously postponed Gardner-Webb game was cancelled outright, Temple finally played -- and won -- a game and Syracuse beat the Northeastern Huskies (aside: I always chuckled at the realization that Jim Calhoun went from the Huskies to the Huskies in his coaching career) before clawing back to win in OT against the Buffalo Bulls.

ALL TIME WINNINGEST PROGRAMS D1 MENS BASKETBALL
Through SATURDAY 2020-12-19
Top 5 programs plus #6 Syracuse, which was in the 5 spot until NCAA sanctions in 2015
ALL-TIME & ACADEMIC YEAR 2020-21 WON-LOST TOTALS
RANK PROGRAM	WON    LOST	WIN%   YTDW   YTDL      YTDW%   GB     ΔKU
1 Kentucky	2319	717	0.764	1	5	0.167	0	-6
2 Kansas	2309	863	0.728	7	1	0.875	10	na
3 N Carolina 	2281	820	0.736	5	2	0.714	38	-2
4 Duke		2204	895	0.711	3	2	0.600	115	-4
5 Temple	1941	1096	0.639	1	0	1.000	378	-6
6 Syracuse -V	1928	923	0.676	6	1	0.857	391	-1
   Syracuse wV	2029	923	0.687					
LEGEND
YTD: Year to Date
GB: Games Behind
ΔKU: Current year delta compared to KU
-V: without 101 wins NCAA vacated in 2015 (the official NCAA record)
wV: with vacated wins

As always, please let me know if you have any questions or spot any errors, and thanks in advance!

AY2020-21 KU OBJECTIVES:
20/63: Win KU's 20th Big 12 title in 25 Big 12 seasons, and NCAA best 63rd conference title in program history.

With the 2020 post season cancelled due to the novel coronavirus, those objectives carryover to this post season.

12/29: Looking for KU's 12th Big 12 Tournament title, and 29th overall conference tournament title
(currently 11 Big 12 titles + 4 Big 8 postseason titles 1977-96 + 13 Big 6/7/8 Holiday Tournament titles 1947 to 1979).


and

4/6: NCAA and overall National Championships to go with their COVID 2020 Consensus #1 final ranking.

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#1 Final 2020 AP, Coaches, KenPom, Sagarin, NET, BPI & RPI

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3 weeks 6 days ago #26049 by HawkErrant
Kensucky plays @Louisville on Saturday, Dec 26 to finish playing in 2020 (Dec 29 game v S Carolina is postponed COVID19)

The tarred ones play @Georgia Tech Dec 30 to close out 2020.

Duke plays Pitt Dec 29 to finish 2020.

Temple plays SMU Dec 30 to end 2020.

Syracuse is done for 2020, with games POSTPONED against ND (yesterday) and Wake Forest (Dec 30) and their first game of 2021, against the tarred ones (Jan 2).


KANSAS is done for 2020.
Next game is hosting texas on Saturday, Jan 2 2021.

With the win over WVU yesterday KANSAS is currently 9 games behind Kensucky.
Here's to ending 2020 with no change to that stat.

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3 weeks 3 days ago #26068 by HawkErrant
No Sunday games, another Saturday post.

KANSAS will end calendar year 2020 just 9 games back from Kensucky after KANSAS beat WVU in AFH and Kensucky -- for the first time since 1911 -- started its season 1-6 with a rivalry loss at Louisville.

ALL TIME WINNINGEST PROGRAMS D1 MENS BASKETBALL
Through SATURDAY 2020-12-26
Top 5 programs plus #6 Syracuse, which was in the 5 spot until NCAA sanctions in 2015
ALL-TIME & ACADEMIC YEAR 2020-21 WON-LOST TOTALS
RANK PROGRAM	WON    LOST	WIN%   YTDW   YTDL      YTDW%   GB     ΔKU
1 Kentucky	2319	718	0.763	1	6	0.143	0	-7
2 Kansas	2310	863	0.728	8	1	0.889	9	na
3 N Carolina 	2281	821	0.735	5	3	0.625	38	-3
4 Duke		2204	895	0.711	3	2	0.600	115	-5
5 Temple	1941   1097	0.639	1	1	0.500	378	-7
6 Syracuse -V	1928	923	0.676	6	1	0.857	391	-2
   Syracuse wV	2029	923	0.687					
LEGEND
YTD: Year to Date
GB: Games Behind
ΔKU: Current year delta compared to KU
-V: without 101 wins NCAA vacated in 2015 (the official NCAA record)
wV: with vacated wins

As always, please let me know if you have any questions or spot any errors, and thanks in advance!

AY2020-21 KU OBJECTIVES:
20/63: Win KU's 20th Big 12 title in 25 Big 12 seasons, and NCAA best 63rd conference title in program history.

With the 2020 post season cancelled due to the novel coronavirus, those objectives carryover to this post season.

12/29: Looking for KU's 12th Big 12 Tournament title, and 29th overall conference tournament title
(currently 11 Big 12 titles + 4 Big 8 postseason titles 1977-96 + 13 Big 6/7/8 Holiday Tournament titles 1947 to 1979).


and

4/6: NCAA and overall National Championships to go with their COVID 2020 Consensus #1 final ranking.

Rock Chalk Jayhawk K U!


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2 weeks 2 days ago #26101 by HawkErrant
ALL TIME WINNINGEST PROGRAMS D1 MENS BASKETBALL
Through SUNDAY 2021-01-03
Top 5 programs plus #6 Syracuse, which was in the 5 spot until NCAA sanctions in 2015
ALL-TIME & ACADEMIC YEAR 2020-21 WON-LOST TOTALS
RANK PROGRAM	WON    LOST	WIN%   YTDW   YTDL      YTDW%   GB     ΔKU
1 Kentucky	2320	718	0.763	2	6	0.250	0	-6
2 Kansas	2310	864	0.728	8	2	0.800	10	na
3 N Carolina    2282	822	0.735	6	4	0.600	38	-2
4 Duke		2204	895	0.711	3	2	0.600	116	-5
5 Temple	1941   1098	0.639	1	2	0.333	379	-7
6 Syracuse -V	1928	923	0.676	6	1	0.857	392	-2
   Syracuse wV	2029	923	0.687					
LEGEND
YTD: Year to Date
GB: Games Behind
ΔKU: Current year delta compared to KU
-V: without 101 wins NCAA vacated in 2015 (the official NCAA record)
wV: with vacated wins

As always, please let me know if you have any questions or spot any errors, and thanks in advance!

AY2020-21 KU OBJECTIVES:
20/63: Win KU's 20th Big 12 title in 25 Big 12 seasons, and NCAA best 63rd conference title in program history.

With the 2020 post season cancelled due to the novel coronavirus, those objectives carryover to this post season.

12/29: Looking for KU's 12th Big 12 Tournament title, and 29th overall conference tournament title
(currently 11 Big 12 titles + 4 Big 8 postseason titles 1977-96 + 13 Big 6/7/8 Holiday Tournament titles 1947 to 1979).


and

4/6: NCAA and overall National Championships to go with their COVID 2020 Consensus #1 final ranking.

Rock Chalk Jayhawk K U!


#1 Final 2020 AP, Coaches, KenPom, Sagarin, NET, BPI & RPI

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ALL TIME WINNINGEST PROGRAMS D1 MENS BASKETBALL
Through SUNDAY 2021-01-10
Top 5 programs plus #6 Syracuse, which was in the 5 spot until NCAA sanctions in 2015
ALL-TIME & ACADEMIC YEAR 2020-21 WON-LOST TOTALS
RANK PROGRAM	WON    LOST	WIN%   YTDW   YTDL      YTDW%   GB     ΔKU
1 Kentucky	2322	718	0.764	 4	6	0.400	0	-6
2 Kansas	2312	864	0.728	10	2	0.833	10	na
3 N Carolina 	2283	822	0.735	 7	4	0.636	39	-3
4 Duke		2206	895	0.711	 5	2	0.714	116	-5
5 Temple	1941   1098	0.639	 1	2	0.333	381	-9
6 Syracuse -V	1929	924	0.676	 7	2	0.778	393	-3
   Syracuse wV	2030	924	0.687					
LEGEND
YTD: Year to Date
GB: Games Behind
ΔKU: Current year delta compared to KU
-V: without 101 wins NCAA vacated in 2015 (the official NCAA record)
wV: with vacated wins

As always, please let me know if you have any questions or spot any errors, and thanks in advance!

AY2020-21 KU OBJECTIVES:
20/63: Win KU's 20th Big 12 title in 25 Big 12 seasons, and NCAA best 63rd conference title in program history.

With the 2020 post season cancelled due to the novel coronavirus, those objectives carryover to this post season.

12/29: Looking for KU's 12th Big 12 Tournament title, and 29th overall conference tournament title
(currently 11 Big 12 titles + 4 Big 8 postseason titles 1977-96 + 13 Big 6/7/8 Holiday Tournament titles 1947 to 1979).


and

4/6: NCAA and overall National Championships to go with their COVID 2020 Consensus #1 final ranking.

Rock Chalk Jayhawk K U!


#1 Final 2020 AP, Coaches, KenPom, Sagarin, NET, BPI & RPI

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