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Since there is no UK, I need to have a team to pour my emotion into. I shall choose Gonzaga. The least appreciated #1 seed.
This post was edited by adolphrollingov 13 months ago
Would love to see them win it. Anybody but UL, Duke, IU, Kansas in that order.
I agree....go Zags...anyone but Duke, Louisville, or Kansas...Go WKU!
Zags better worry about gettin by the jags!
I'm goin for Syracuse
I'm pulling for Indiana. I like IU.
What the hell????
Explains a TON
Well, there seems to be a reason for that-look like the same 'ol Zags to me-WCC just doesn't prepare you for this..."don't see bigs like Southern's??" (Few) Really? Wait 'til they see Ohio St-if they last that long-
Me too cause it likely could get vacated.
I like the hurricanes.. they deserved the 1 seed over the Zags.. and i like the idea of an ACC team not named UNC or Duke winning the title
New Mexico is going to win it all. They are getting no love but they have the number 2 rpi and strength of schedule plus 8 wins against rpi top 50 this year
Good call, Rob. I mean, all of that quality competition really helped them out yesterday!
Yeah that's what I get for not checking the scores this morning I crown my self idot of the day
And IDIOT of the day also
Don't look now, but VCU is pretty damned good....
Vcu looked like they did a couple years ago when they just blitzed everybody right off the bat, but Akron was shorthanded, and it was Akron. It should be a great matchup with Michigan Saturday! I think St. Louis and Wisconsin are two sleeper teams to watch. Also, Arizona now has a favorable matchup to get out of the first weekend, so they could be a sleeper also.....
Zags used their survive and advance card kind of early. A new day. Wichita St does not shoot well, so I feel good getting to sweet 16 without much more sweat.
I agree on the survive and advance, but that was my second time watching them play (Butler earlier this year), and they won't be going very far from what I see. They are good, but way overrated at #1 in the country. Look more like a 4 seed to me... But, then again, everybody looks about the same this year minus Louisville and Indiana...
You just don't beat people by 46 points unless you're clicking on all cylinders.
True. Smart must be a great coach, they really get it going during tourney time. And, they look so confident. When they are knocking down the outside shot, they can bury almost anybody, but Michigan has great guard play. They will be able to handle the havoc, I think that may be one of the best games Saturday!
I wish VCU would have been put in Louisville's bracket. That would have been a fun matchup.
I wouldn't mind the Zags wining it, but as much as UL & IU fans hate UK, Gonzaga fans hate us as well. I met a few one time and they were ridiculously ignorant and hateful toward UK. They did look like crap vs. Southern, so I really don't think that they are much of a threat really.
I guess if I had to pick a team I'm rooting for, but don't necessarily think will win, it would be Ole Miss. I like Andy Kennedy, I still think UC made a mistake letting him get away.
Its rare for a team to be played so closely by a 16 seed and even end up in the final four so I agree I doubt they are a threat. Every now and then though you get those teams who play close games all throughout the tourney and get to the final four. But usually your national championship blows through the first couple of rounds winning by 30+ points each game.
Zags fans I met at the final four were cool.
I'd rather duke win it than uofl or iu. Why? I don't have to live around duke fans. Don't know any...
It's more about fans and coaches for me. Coach k while hateful really respects out program. Crean and pitino are miserable human beings. Their fans are also miserable
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