NCAA Top 16 Reveal Today



Drew

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12:30 on CBS the NCAA will release the top 16 seeds. Duke #1 overall? Houston in the top 16?
 

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I love that the NCAA is doing this and wish they had been for the last 30 years.
 
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Awful. Six loss Kansas in the top ten and msu has lost like three in a row and still has a two seed.
Kansas also the only team to beat #2 overall Tennessee (neutral court) and #1 SoS.

They are tough to rank because of their injuries/leaves. They're basically down 3 starters, but 2 should be back by tourny time presumably.
 

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I guess Steve Enoch made the right decision. He and the Cards have a chance to not only play in the big dance, but win games.
 
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If Wofford is lucky enough to make the tournament...they may be licking their chops at a few of these seeds. That may go for any of the top 3 in the Southern Conference but especially Wofford and/or ETSU. I think both these teams deserve to get in. Eye test is real especially the Wofford offense.
 
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We really like him. Great contribution off the bench. He is showing consistent improvement and will be a big part of next year's team along with the great recruiting class cHe has real NBA potential when he puts it all together, and I trust Mack will bring it out.
Our basketball programs are blessed not to miss a beat with all the silliness that happened.
Yeah you really haven’t. Of course it’s easier to “not miss a beat” when you haven’t won anything since 1986.
 

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Yeah you really haven’t. Of course it’s easier to “not miss a beat” when you haven’t won anything since 1986.
Come on, this is unfair. Louisville won an AAC championship.
 
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Come on, this is unfair. Louisville won an AAC championship.
They actually didn’t. I just looked and Louisville* won the AAC championship in 2014, not Louisville.
 
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Heh. OK, but we can still credit Louisville with winning the Conference USA tournament in 2003 and 2005, Conference USA Men's Basketball Tournament - Wikipedia. Let's give this dynamic program the respect it deserves.
Oh no doubt, Louisville is a hell of a program. Loved never nervous Purvis.

As an aside, I was looking through the historical stats and I didn’t realize just how much this Louisville* program is killing it. They are awesome. 2013 National Champs. 2012/2013 Final Four. 2012/13/15 Elite Eight. 2012/13/14/15 Sweet Sixteen. Regular season champs in 2013 & 2014. Conference tournament champs in 2012/13/14.

@Notch8 does the Louisville fan base ever think about trying to take credit for the accomplishments of this Louisville* program? Seems like Louisville hasn’t done anything in a while and your names are almost EXACTLY the same. People probably would wouldn’t even notice.
 

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We really like him. Great contribution off the bench. He is showing consistent improvement and will be a big part of next year's team along with the great recruiting class cHe has real NBA potential when he puts it all together, and I trust Mack will bring it out.
Our basketball programs are blessed not to miss a beat with all the silliness that happened.
Silliness at Lville receives a basic slap on the wrist in comparative to others - complete joke they are even tournament eligible for less than 3 yrs ACC BS
Virtually nothing at UConn garners a hell of a lot more
 

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We really like him. Great contribution off the bench. He is showing consistent improvement and will be a big part of next year's team along with the great recruiting class cHe has real NBA potential when he puts it all together, and I trust Mack will bring it out.
The majority wanted him to stay, but understand why he left. Strangely enough, he ended up helping us in the end by leaving, which (along with other things) hastened Kevin Ollie's exit, ushering in the Hurley era. Which hopefully makes us respectable again.

Our basketball programs are blessed not to miss a beat with all the silliness that happened.
"Silliness". That's one way to put it.
 
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Surprised Purdue is that high. Carsen Edwards is the man, but their defense hasn't been as dominant in years' past and who's going to score if Edwards has a bad game?
 

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