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Midwest: No. 1 Kansas vs. No. 16 NC Central/UC Davis

Midwest: No. 8 Miami vs. No. 9 Michigan State

Midwest: No. 5 Iowa State vs. No. 12 Nevada

Midwest: No. 4 Purdue vs. No. 13 Vermont

Midwest: No. 6 Creighton vs. No. 11 Rhode Island

Midwest: No. 3 Oregon vs. No. 14 Iona

Midwest: No. 7 Michigan vs. No. 10 Oklahoma State

Midwest: No. 2 Louisville vs. No. 15 Jacksonville State

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There's a significant possibility there could be a Kansas vs Iowa State game, in Kansas City. KU likely gets there, ISU would need to beat Purdue probably, but it's not out of the realm of possibility. That would be a nutso crowd.

 

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QUOTE (NorthSideSox72 @ Mar 14, 2017 -> 01:45 PM)
There's a significant possibility there could be a Kansas vs Iowa State game, in Kansas City. KU likely gets there, ISU would need to beat Purdue probably, but it's not out of the realm of possibility. That would be a nutso crowd.

 

That is who I have advancing. Seems likely to me

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Michigan will be in good shape if they keep scoring 90 a game. #Analysis

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QUOTE (KagakuOtoko @ Mar 19, 2017 -> 01:39 PM)
How is Michigan that good?

They're an elite offensive team. Eventually their lack of defense will probably catch up to them but so far so good.

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QUOTE (Rowand44 @ Mar 19, 2017 -> 01:42 PM)
They're an elite offensive team. Eventually their lack of defense will probably catch up to them but so far so good.

The lack of rebounding too. They've given up a ton of offensive rebounds in the first two tourney games.

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QUOTE (Boogua @ Mar 19, 2017 -> 01:43 PM)
The lack of rebounding too. They've given up a ton of offensive rebounds in the first two tourney games.

Definitely.

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QUOTE (Rowand44 @ Mar 19, 2017 -> 01:42 PM)
They're an elite offensive team. Eventually their lack of defense will probably catch up to them but so far so good.

 

Live by the O, die by the O.

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QUOTE (RockRaines @ Mar 23, 2017 -> 08:03 PM)
Wow, that Michigan team has some balls man. Really impressed.

 

Yeah they really played fearless. I'm proud of them. Unfortunately their Achilles heel under Belein has always been rebounding. They allow so many offensive rebounds and that bit them with under 2 minutes to go up by 3 tonight. Really proud of how they finished the season though.

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To lose cuz you can't rebound a FT is brutal.

 

Sucks losing Walton but they'll be good next year.

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QUOTE (Brian @ Mar 23, 2017 -> 08:52 PM)
To lose cuz you can't rebound a FT is brutal.

 

Sucks losing Walton but they'll be good next year.

 

Yeah and Irvin came up huge tonight. I've called him a mental midget but he had a great tournament.

 

But yeah that's so sad. I keep trying to tell myself that I guess it didn't guarantee a victory if they had rebounded it, but you'd think worse case scenario, up by 3 with 1:20 to go instead of up by 1 with 1:45 to go.

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Sucks Moe had such a bad game and sat the last 10 minutes. No clue what he is going to do. Stay or go. I think with this draft being so deep, he stays one more year.

Crazy to think this was the first year he and DJ played major minutes

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