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I take that as, it's harder to win on the road because of the refs/home advantage. Which make some sense.
Lord knows when we play Florida we ain't getting any calls!
From ESPNStatsInfo: The last time Tennessee, Kentucky & Alabama ALL missed NCAA Tournament was 1974
From EliasSports: Kentucky is 1st team since Louisville in 1986-87 to be ranked in top 3 in preseason AP Poll and not make NCAA Tournament.
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And lunardi correctly selected all 68 teams today espn just said.
Maybe so, but they lost to UF by 21 on a neutral floor, and lost in their tournament to FIU, so it is hard for me to believe that they would.
But he is an idiot and doesn't know shit according to a thread posted about him on here.
We weren't even close. Unless we won the tourney, we weren't getting in....shocking to some, common knowledge to others. Pick with your brain, not your heart.
No way all 3 of those teams should miss with the crap that got in.
This post was edited by guesthome1234 13 months ago
What are you talking about? The PAC-12 got five teams in.
Second stat speaks much about the overhype of uk. Preseason top 3 based almost entirely on kids who'd never played college ball
Love this story: The St. Louis team got stuck in traffic leaving the A-10 tournament. They stopped to watch the selection show at a Best Buy so they wouldn't miss it.
I'm talking about the seeding. Oregon and Ole Miss both won their conference tournaments and got a 12 seed which is a seed for a bubble team who barely got in.
Oh, okay. Yeah Ole Miss being a 12 baffles me. I thought they should have been in based on their regular season alone. Yet they go on and win the conference tournament and are a freaking 12 seed? Blows my mind. Should have been at least a nine and probably as high as a six or seven.
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