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Ironic that the strongest/richest/most stable conferences overall, are the 3 weaker ones for WCBB.

Besides Stanford, Tenn, Kentucky, are there any teams from those conferences that could make a deep NCAA run?

Maybe Penn St & LSU.
With Caldwell's departure and Dixon's injury, UCLA seems out.
 

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Why do you think KY could make a deep NCAA run?
 
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Why do you think KY could make a deep NCAA run?

I havent followed them super closely but know they've got everyone back except Dunlap. Plus Samarie starts in Jan.
 

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I havent followed them super closely but know they've got everyone back except Dunlap. Plus added Cal transfer Stallworth, and Samarie starts in Jan.

Stallworth won't be eligible to play until the 2012-2013 season.
 

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I could easily see USC, Cal, Penn St., Purdue, LSU, UK, UGA, or even FLA in the Sweet 16, but after that it's a crapshoot. Personally I think that Cal., LSU, and maybe Purdue have the talent to go further...whether they do depends on, as we all know, a couple of dozen different variables.

On a different note, the ACC wouldn't count as being among the strongest, richest, most stable conferences?
 
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I could easily see USC, Cal, Penn St., Purdue, LSU, UK, UGA, or even FLA in the Sweet 16, but after that it's a crapshoot. Personally I think that Cal., LSU, and maybe Purdue have the talent to go further...whether they do depends on, as we all know, a couple of dozen different variables.


Cal, Fla? Don't know much about them - explanation requested.

On a different note, the ACC wouldn't count as being among the strongest, richest, most stable conferences?

Not compared to the other 3, no. Don't get me wrong, they're in a ton better shape than the B12 or BE, but the ACC is definitely weaker than the top 3.
 

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I can buy Florida for the sweet 16, but -

Same question as vowelguy - why bullish on Cal? Have found them disappointing and thought I read they had issues.

Also - is Purdue that much improved? Again, always a Sweet 16 contender, have not seen them likely to go further recent years.
 
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