Tricycle Rider wrote:As much as I love the Zags I think they'll be the first #1 seed to fall.
Got Villanova going against Kansas in the final, Kansas wins by one point. (Just to make it that extra painful for Villanova.[Don't actually care, or even like, either team.])
After the first round I'm only at 86% on my bracket, it's a good thing I don't bet any money on this.
Wow, how embarrassing for Villanova. I shouldn't have underestimated the Badgers, though.Sciocco wrote:RIP
Tricycle Rider wrote:Wow, how embarrassing for Villanova. I shouldn't have underestimated the Badgers, though.Sciocco wrote:RIP
So yep, my bracket is busted. I'll refrain from making any further predictions till the weekend is over, who knows what will happen next? (This is why I love this tourney so much, it can be so wacky.)
I wouldn't really know, I haven't been paying much attention to college b-ball up until now. I just look up the rankings before the tourney starts, and then I go by what have traditionally been good teams. Like Gonzaga, for example...Irondan wrote:Villanova supporters are complaining that they got robbed by the selection committee for seeding Wisconsin as an eight seed when they should have been higher, which would have allowed Villanova to play a more lowly team, and perhaps win the game...
Tricycle Rider wrote:Whoa, Kentucky barely squeaked by Wichita, let's see what they can do against UCLA. (Have Kentucky going against UNC in the Elie Eight, I think, can't really read these latest ESPN bracket incarnations clearly.)
Xavier is looking a bit dangerous here, think they might just get it done against Arizona.Irondan wrote:I can only hope that somehow Arizona falters against Xavier, but that's a stretch.
Anyway, today's games should be fun.
Well done, South Carolina! (I mean, who doesn't hate Duke?) Baylor comes next, they're kinda good.ChewbaccaDefense wrote:
And tonight, we were all Gamecocks!!! Duck Fuke!
Nomad wrote:Tricycle Rider wrote:Whoa, Kentucky barely squeaked by Wichita, let's see what they can do against UCLA. (Have Kentucky going against UNC in the Elie Eight, I think, can't really read these latest ESPN bracket incarnations clearly.)
I was shocked at how Kentucky struggled to win this game. The Wildcats squeaking by #10 Wichita St?...unbelievable. Kentucky's loaded with *5* McDonald's All-Americans on their roster, with 4 starting (McDonald's All-Americans are considerd all-world in the H.S. spectrum). De'Aaron Fox is only a freshman and is probably one & done with a bright future in the NBA. It seems Kentucky, like Bama in football, just reloads every year with pro level talent. I think it'll be considered a colossal failure if Kentucky doesn't make it to the final four.
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