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Inside the Bracket: Seed list (s-curve) update for March 14

dave1Today may end up being a critical juncture for several teams.  While the Selection Committee does not over-value what it sees in the final few days of a long season, a team’s entire resume has to be examined.  So what happens today (and Friday) still matters.

March 14 S-curve (seed list)  |  March 14, 7:45 a.m.

Not much has changed at the bottom of the bracket or the seed list.  That probably won’t be the case by Saturday morning.   Our Last 5 IN today:  Boise State, Iowa State, La Salle, Saint Mary’s, Kentucky.  The First 5 OUT:  Virginia, Baylor, Middle Tennessee State, Ole Miss, Alabama.  Teams chasing include: Iowa, Massachusetts, Arkansas, Xavier and Arizona State.

Duke, Indiana, Gonzaga, and Louisville continue to lead the bracket.  At this point, Duke and Indiana likely have No. 1 seeds locked up.  Gonzaga is in good shape, too.  Which leaves one – possibly two – spots up for grabs.  Guess is that if Louisville or Georgetown wins the Big East title, the Cards or Hoyas will grab a top seed, the other will be a No. 2.  If Kansas rolls through the Big 12 tournament, we can’t eliminate the Jayhawks from that conversation either.  Then you have a second Big Ten team, potentially Michigan or Michigan State.  Miami-FL would be a wildcard.  But for all of that to unfold, someone would have to pass Gonzaga on the seed list (s-curve).

Enjoy a great day of college hoops!

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