If you check out the NCAA's official RPI, you might be surprised to discover that Canisius is 17-13 and Monmouth is 17-15, when everyone else seems to think the Golden Griffiths (yes I had to look that up) are 16-14 and the Hawks were 18-14 through Saturday.
Monmouth beat Canisius 60-54 on Saturday in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament, but the NCAA seems to think the result was the opposite; hence, the entire RPI is subtly messed up until they correct the error.
This is the biggest mistake I've seen since the NCAA started posting their RPI; before they've always had the game results correct, but they are sometimes a bit confused when it comes to designating home court. The home court errors get fixed randomly throughout the year—or sometimes not, perhaps leaving UNLV with neutral court games in Las Vegas, for example. Let's not even talk about the Palestra.
With the importance placed on the RPI and the fervor that fans have regarding March Madness, one would think that the NCAA would use the utmost care in ensuring that their "official" RPI is correct. This is part of their bread and butter, after all! And we're watching closely...