Tied Teams

Some articles on teams, tied, tied teams, team:

Big 12 Conference Football - Final Standings - By Rank
... If two teams are tied, The winner of the game between the two tied teams shall be ranked higher ... If three or more teams are tied, tiebreakers 1 through 4 will be followed until a determination is made ... Once a team has been eliminated from a multi-team comparison, it is dropped from further comparisons ...
Science Bowl - Competition Format - Round-robin - Tiebreaks
... In the event that two or more teams are tied for one of the top spots in a round robin group, the result of the Division Team Challenge (DTC) is used as a tiebreak ... several tiebreak procedures, applied in the following order The head-to-head record of all the tied teams is compared ... The team(s) with the best record against the other tied teams win(s) the tiebreak ...
Cincinnati Reds - Franchise History - The Big Red Machine (1970–1976)
... as manager, and the Reds embarked upon a decade of excellence, with a team that came to be known as "The Big Red Machine" ... native Gene Tenace got a chance to play in the series, delivering four home runs that tied the World Series record for homers, propelling Oakland to a dramatic seven-game series win ... John Milner provided New York's run off Billingham, while Pete Rose tied the game in the seventh inning off Seaver, setting the stage for a dramatic game ending home run by Johnny Bench in the bottom ...
FIBA World Championship - Tournament Format
... as it has expanded and contracted between 10 and 24 teams ... The first tournament in 1950 began with a ten-team double-elimination tournament followed by a six-team round robin round to determine the champion ... started with a group stage preliminary round the top teams in each preliminary round group then moved on to a final round robin group to determine ...

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    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)