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This is just a fun game I thought I'd start. Based (roughly) on the current projections of Joe-Lun, give us your dream match ups for the 2-9 seeds that would give us the most fun, or most enjoyable games to the NC. Below, I'll link to the current Bracketology just in case you're wondering where people are projected at the moment.
2 - Duke - You've GOT to crave this match-up as the best case scenario this season.
3 - G'town - I just think this is the easiest 3 we could see. We match up well and I think we'd dominate. Better than Baylor, etc
4 - L'ville - I know we won't get this as our 4, but this is our "dream" match up bracket, so why not?
5 - Indiana - Do I really need to explain this one?
6 - New Mexico - Don't want to see Vandy or Murray here.
7 - Gonzaga
The 8 and 9 are obviously crucial since that's our second round match up.
8-Memphis - I know the Tigers have talent, but I just think this is good TV lol
9-UCONN - REVENGE! Huskies might miss the tourney if they aren't careful, but right now they are 9-10 range, so yeah
We could also flip it, if anyone wanted, and play the WORST case scenario. Here's mine on that one. These are match-ups you'd LEAST want to see.
4- Florida St (I'm not too worried about State, but they are the best of the 4's right now)
5-Wisconsin (Same as above)
6- Murray St (just a good shooting team who I think we'd clobber, but could get hot and cause problems)
9- California (really underrated team with some talent and shooting ability)
This is fun. Give it a whirl.
Get the latest NCAA college basketball bracketology breakdown from ESPN's Joe Lunardi
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Your "worst" scenario is definitely that, although I'd list Louisville in there, too. Basically, anyone with incentive would land there.
Also, Marquette. No idea why, but that program has a weird historical edge on the Cats.
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I really don't want UNC in our bracket. I really hope they win out and Kansas and Mich St drop another one somewhere along the way.
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