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not even a 1 seed- so not close to making it in NCAA obviously
Kentucky has to play at Robert Morris- ha
Wow. We have to beat Kentucky again?
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Baylor plays Long Beach State on Wednesday
Another elite 8 matchup with Kentucky!!!!
Haha, that is pretty funny.
They lost their best player. It should be easy.
Bracket we are in
Wednesday night will have really bad attendance, just like all year long.
How many times have we played ASU lately. Seems like every year.
If the team that played KU a week ago shows, will be easy. if the team that played most of the season shows up, we will lose to a team surprised everyone by how hard they fought for loose balls, etc. I really just want this season to be over and want to know who we have on the team next year. That is all that matters now. I hope IA gets virtually no playing time since he will likely be gone.
Arizona State is pretty good- that would be a tough match-up. Long Beach State is 19-13 and #148 by KenPom. Every decent team that played them crushed them by double digits. They are also #9 in KenPom's luck factor. Hopefully, we handle up on our business there.
I remember watching Long Beach State playing us at the H.O.T. Coliseum back in the late 1970s....they hit a shot from mid-court to win it. Story of my life....
Would we host the second round game as well?
if I were Drew... "Okay guys, new season. You will show me who gets the minutes for the NIT tournament based on who practices the hardest the next few days. If you aren't interested in giving everything you got, you have some guys (Prince, Rose, Bello, Gathers) who will be glad to gobble up your minutes."
Question (and I tried researching for the answer): How does the NIT determine who gets home court, and where each round is played? And how would Kentucky end up at Robert Morris?
I suppose Kentucky didn't put in the paperwork to host?
Arena is booked.
This post was edited by Limnos 13 months ago
Kentucky cannot host b/c they are hosting NCAA tourney, right?
Rump Arena was booked for something already.
Schools have to put in bids to host. Not based on seeding.
Baylor put in bids for the first 3 rounds.
And assuming we win, we'd host up until Kentucky IF UK makes it to the elite 8.
Would we play at Rupp if we meet up again?
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