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Just for fun who do you think will get it?
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Miami is a long shot. No way Duke or UNC wouldnt be a 1 seed if they won regular season and tournament title.
I think IU, Louisville, Kansas and Gonzaga, but of order, I am unsure.
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I still think the Zags get one...
I think it's a toss-up between IU and Louisville for the top and a toss-up between Kansas and Miami for that last seed. I don't envy this selection committee at all.
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Louisville indeed headed to the Midwest Regional. They'll start in Lexington.
So Louisville has to get through (potentially) Duke, Colorado State, Saint Louis, among others. This is seriously not a bad miss for IU.
Same as this... IU blew the Midwest, smhh..
Indiana still waiting to find out where it's going, but missing Duke, Colorado State, Saint Louis, Michigan State in the regional not a loss at all.
Would think Duke going No. 2 in the Midwest means 1) IU is almost surely a No. 1 seed, if there was any doubt, and 2) this might mean Miami.
After seeing that bracket Im OK with Louisville getting the 1 seed
Kansas is the No. 1 seed in the South. Jayhawks are the No. 2 overall seed, but Indiana can probably live with not being in the South. Where you land on the S Curve is just pride at this point.
I always thought that regular season had more weight to it than Conference Tournaments
And another bullet dodged — VCU in the South.
Georgetown going to the South. Hoyas could not go to the East as the host school.
Minnesota going to the South with Michigan. Three Big Ten teams in, and the one big bubble team (Gophers) in.
One thing to consider: They couldn't meet until the Elite Eight, but Wisconsin could wind up in Indiana's region. The Hoosiers will have a Big Ten team in their regional. Would have to think it's either Wisconsin or Illinois.
Dont want Wisconsin
They say that, but I think we had an inkling the loss to Wisconsin would hurt IU. And speaking of Wisconsin, the Badgers are still on the board.
In fact, it's going to have to be Wisconsin or Illinois. No way Wisconsin is one of the top three Big Ten seeds in favor of Ohio State.
IU gets the No. 1 in the East, as we expected from 6:01 tonight.
Here are IU's potential opponents in the East pod:
16: LIU-Brooklyn/James Madison
8: NC State
This post was edited by Zach Osterman 13 months ago
I like this bracket for IU.
Miami might be the best/hottest No. 2 seed in the tournament. IU is going to avoid Wisconsin, but Butler and Illinois (two teams that beat IU this season) are also hanging in the East. An interesting draw, but certainly not an incredibly difficult one.
Nothing's perfect, but I think Indiana should feel good about that draw.
NC State and UNLV concern me..
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