Friday, September 12, 2008

Bracketism 104 - February 23, 2008

South
1 Memphis
16 Morgan St./Alabama St.
8 Clemson
9 Cincinnati
5 Drake
12 Davidson
4 Indiana
13 South Alabama
6 Vanderbilt
11 George Mason
3 Stanford
14 Lamar
7 Arizona
10 West Virginia
2 Texas
15 American

West
1 UCLA
16 Portland St.
8 Mississippi St.
9 Oklahoma
5 Texas A&M
12 UNLV
4 Louisville
13 Oral Roberts
6 USC
11 UAB
3 Connecticut
14 Boise St.
7 St. Mary's
10 Arkansas
2 Tennessee
15 CSU Northridge

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East
1 UNC
16 Siena
8 Pittsburgh
9 VCU
5 Purdue
12 Syracuse
4 Washington St.
13 Winthrop
6 Kansas St.
11 Rhode Island
3 Wisconsin
14 Wagner
7 BYU
10 Maryland
2 Georgetown
15 MD Baltimore Cty.

Midwest
1 Kansas
16 Austin Peay
8 Gonzaga
9 Arizona St.
5 Michigan St.
12 Kent St.
4 Xavier
13 Illinois St.
6 Notre Dame
11 Oregon
3 Butler
14 Cornell
7 Marquette
10 Ohio St.
2 Duke
15 Belmont

Last Four Out - Baylor, Southern Illinois, Washington, Kentucky
Next Four Out - Wake Forest, Villanova, Florida, California
Honorable Mentions - Creighton, New Mexico, Wright St., Houston, Dayton, St. Joseph's

Notes: Four More Out has been changed to Honorable Mentions for political reasons. NC Asheville who looked like a 9 seed about a week and half ago is not even in the honorable mentions; Kenny George (7'7") hasn't played in NC Asheville's 4 game losing streak and without him they look pitiful; he also only plays 19.2 minutes a game which just won't cut it come tournament time. Rhode Island has finally earned my respect after a nationally televised game that I was able to watch. Will Daniels looks real good and the talent level is definitely better than expected. As for St. Joseph's, doing great in the A-10 but absolutely no out of conference success; Syracuse, Gonzaga, Creighton, and Holy Cross and all 4 are loses. As for Dayton 5-7 in the A-10; definitely some good wins on the resume, but some bad losses; if they win their last four games then they have a reasonable chance. Finally, big game between Memphis and Tennessee; this was created before the game so Tennessee wins then they would be a 1.

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