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UMASS, Virginia, and probably most important for seeding sake Kentucky all lost. If ole miss loses to Missouri and we beat Georgia, things will continue to trend for us in the right direction. I feel like I make this post once a week but we are not out of this yet. This has been one of the craziest bubble years in history just as teams win and move up they lose a game they aren't suppose to. Craziness! Anyway I'm hoping Grant will let our boys run and speed the game up. We need to stop thinking and just play loose. We are guard heavy so lets run.
Ole Piss plays at LSU. I believe Missouri is at Tenn.
Very loseable games for both OM and UT.
Sorry your right.
PAC-12's not doing us any favors tonight. Colorado, who's trying to stay off the bubble, is beating a ranked Oregon team by 20 and Oregon State, who helps our RPI by winning, is down double figures to a bad Utah team.
This post was edited by LICBamafan 13 months ago
Just saw the late games aren't exactly going our way.
We also need folks in non-BCS conferences that would get at large bids if they didn't win their tourney to go ahead and win it.
That is something to eye also when it comes to the bubble.
We aren't out of it but we have to win some games of consequence in the SECT which means really only 5 teams help: UF, Mizzu, UK, OM, and UT. Beating anyone else doesn't help our chances.
I was thinking about that too....Louisiana Tech and Memphis are the first two that come to mind and, of course, Gonzaga.
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