Lcmatl, looking at your LSN profile I think don't think your undergrad affected your admissions decisions. As a fellow reject at a couple of the schools you applied to I say this in the most humble way possible, but I think your late applications and less than 25% numbers precluded your undergraduate pedigree from even being a factor. Also let me say that I'm an admirer of anyone who can pull a 3.75 with a major that requires the knowledge of Latin and Ancient Greek.
Finally, and most importantly: amHerst is a wannabe, number 2 is just the first loser! GO EPHS!
I'm not using the Amherst thing as any kind of an excuse for my rejections, but I do think (and perhaps maybe I put this more on myself than schools would) that I should have put in a little more LSAT study time to live up to the Amherst stats (after all, one of my best friends from college will be graduating from Yale Law this spring...). And yes, my apps were late; decided in early November to apply, took the LSAT in December, and finished apps over the holidays. In any case, I'm excited for UGA, especially the prospect of signicantly less debt when I graduate and am close to 30.
As for the whole number 2 thing, all I can say is that this year's results must have been the result of a clerical error at USNWR.
Good luck to you. (By the way, I did almost double-major in Latin, but no Greek for me).