Is the rolling score still relevent? I always thought that was an unnecessary complication of a convoluted process.
The rolling score protects you if you have an occassional bad year. If you punished teams on a year-to-year basis, then all it would take is a couple of transfers to potentially keep you out of the postseason. Uconn's problem is that we had 2 bad years (2009 and 2010), so it will take another year or two to balance those out. But in terms of punishing teams based on the new standards, I don't see how you can base it on the 4 year rolling score for 2013, which would include those previous years for which Uconn has already been punished. The 975 in 2011 and the (presumably) good score in 2012 need to be given more weight since they would clearly show that the new "corrective action plan" is working. But I'm presuming that the NCAA will use common sense, which may be presumptuous.