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** Tuesday Recap **
Bubble teams went 6-6 last night. Bubble teams to lose yesterday:
Alabama (19-11) lost to Ole Miss 83-87
Arkansas (18-12) lost to Missouri 63-93
Boise State (20-9) lost to UNLV 64-68
Illinois (21-10) lost to Iowa 55-63
Southern Miss (22-8) lost to Marshall 84-88
St. John's (16-13) lost to Notre Dame 40-66
** Wednesday's Bubble Games **
Games with a potential loss for a Bubble team:
Iowa State (19-10) vs. Oklahoma State (22-6) - 7:00 EST
Maryland (20-9) vs. North Carolina (21-8) - 7:00 EST
UCLA (22-7) @ Washington State (11-18) - 9:00 EST
Colorado State (22-7) @ Wyoming (18-11) - 10:00 EST
Air Force (16-11) @ San Diego State (20-8) - 11:00 EST
California (20-9) vs. Stanford (17-13) - 11:00 EST
I don't think we're even on the bubble anymore. I don't think we're in no matter what happens the rest of the season(unless we win SECT, which is unlikely). We have way too many bad losses.
Every expert disagrees with you. And frankly, every other bubble team has at least one if not two losses that are much much worse than our worse loss. Not sure where you are coming up with your thought process here. Our resume is light on quality wins but isn't nearly as bad on the bad loss category as nearly every other bubble team.
Any combination of two more wins is likely to get Kentucky in. Lose to Georgia and I might agree with you, but as long as they win at Georgia and make it to Saturday of the SEC Tournament they're going to get in. They only terrible loss Kentucky has is Texas A&M. The rest of them are either to tournament teams, bubble teams or in Arkansas' case, a team that is dominant at home. The Tennessee loss was by a lot of points but can be explained, at least in terms of margin, by it being first game without Noel.
This post was edited by Matt May 13 months ago
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