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Stanford misses two free throws and a layup that would have won.  Whatever we need just doesn't happen.  Edit still could have won but cant execute in bounds pass.  Now Arizona St, chance to win at buzzer

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1 minute ago, HuskerFever said:

 

Because if their resume from the first half of the season. Apparently that has equal value as the latter half.

Had to laugh when Seth Davis said committee doesn't use last 10 even though the individual members could factor that in. I hope they do, as how you're playing lately should factor greater than who you beat back in November. While it isn't an official metric anymore, I think it has to factor in under the "common sense" metric that any member should and hopefully does use.

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Big 12 being the Big 12. OSU boat racing an unmotivated KU team to put themselves back in the conversation.  May set up a play in game in KC with OU. Big 12 doesn't deserve 8 bids but will have 9 teams who think they belong in.

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7 minutes ago, royalfan said:

Sorry, if you go 8-10 in the Pac 12, you simply are not a good team, and do not belong in this thing.  At some point, some common sense needs to be implemented.  

 

But they're still going to make the Pac-12 tournament, so that looks favorable in Lunardi's eyes.

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3 hours ago, tjp21 said:

The Big12 has been so frustrating. It's a league full of average to good teams. It's almost like they're colluding to get as many teams in as they can. I have little doubt we're as good as almost any team in that league. I'm sorry, but they don't deserve 8 bids.

According the announcers for KU-OSU game, you're right. They deserve nine bids.

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35 minutes ago, royalfan said:

 

Alabama 17-14 lol  Great team

Read a stat somewhere that said 4 games over .500 is something that is an unwritten rule/guideline that committee has always tried to follow.  

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23 minutes ago, TimSmiles said:

17th ranked rhode island is 2-3 in their last 5 games in the powerful A10 conference. no way that conference deserves an at large bid.

 

Always had a bigger issue with St Bonnie getting an at large over us (assuming it is an at large) over one of the power 5 type schools

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11 minutes ago, royalfan said:

Little Rock wins as a 20 point dog at Louisiana.  That should close that outlet for multiple bids.  

That was a horrendous loss for Louisiana. Wow at home to boot.

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 we need usc to beat ucla, and we will be in 'ok' shape heading into the conference tourneys.

 

there a bunch of 18/19 win teams on the bubble. if those teams lose early in the conference tourneys we might have a chance.

Edited by TimSmiles

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9 minutes ago, hskr4life said:

A good day for us in the smaller possible 2 bid conferences.

rhode island shouldn't even be on the bubble let alone the #17 team in the country.

 

they lost 'at home' by '30' to st joes. then followed that up with a loss to davidson today.

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10 hours ago, TimSmiles said:

rhode island shouldn't even be on the bubble let alone the #17 team in the country.

 

they lost 'at home' by '30' to st joes. then followed that up with a loss to davidson today.

 

Even if URI does get in, it's good to see them stumble down the stretch because it hurts St. Bonnie's best win.

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