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Discussion in 'Nuttin' but Net' started by UFreak, Mar 23, 2014.
Everyone in the SEC went 0- against UF!!
yep, all three SEC teams in the tourney are in the Sweet 16. Remarkable.
I based my bracket (the applicable parts, anyway) on the premise that UF is a damn good team. And since UK and UT both went toe to toe with us to end the season, I felt like they had set themselves up well for a decent run. I had both making the Sweet 16 but UT losing to Michigan and UK losing to Louisville. Too bad the rest of my picks haven't been as prescient.
And the only 2 teams to beat us are left
6-2 against S16...both loses were to S16 teams.
I hope that we do not play UT or UK in the tournament. It was very difficult for us to go 6-0 against them. They know us very well and the odds are not that favorable to beat teams that good 4 times in one season.
And imagine if Kansas hadn't lost.
(but don't imagine if Wisconsin would have won )
I have the exact same think for the Midwest region. We shall see how accurate we turn out to be.
I have Louisville vs Michigan i think...had Tenn losing to Michigan and UK losing to Louisville.
I think UK has a darn good chance vs UofL though. But Tenn...I think Michigan is just going to work them in all honesty. Tennessee doesn't guard the perimeter well and Michigan is ALWAYS FREAKING HOT shooting in the tourney for some darn reason(painful memories of them shooting like 90 percent vs us last year).
No they're good, We're
No team has beat us at full strength.
If it means we make it to th championship game, I'll take it.
However, it would suck to lose on the 4th try.
Tenn beats Mich IMO.
Those two losses were close, on the road, early in the season, when we were not at full strength. Had we been at full strength for the Wisconsin and UConn games, we would have won both of them and would be undefeated right now.
I hope we get another shot at them. We won't lose the rematch, count on it.
For the Wisconsin game, we definitely were not at full strength. I do think we beat them with Scottie and Finney-Smith.
For the UConn game, I think it is a slight cop out to say we weren't at full strength. Technically, we did not have Kasey Hill for that game, but he was not playing at a great level yet. And yes, Scottie went down with an injury with about 4 minutes left, but that happens in games. People get hurt. And in this case, Scottie was not having one of his best efforts. In fact when he went down, we started to pick it up on offense a bit and Patric sort of took over.
What I'm saying is we lost the UConn game pretty much fair and square though they needed a lucky bounce to win it right at the end.
The Wisconsin game, I'll give you.
Napier went on a run at the end including the game winner. He doesn't do that if Scottie is still in there.
Be that as it may, we still beat Wisky or UConn handily in a rematch at full strength.
Agreed on your second sentence.
But Napier was having his way with Scottie that whole game - remember? It wasn't just the end. He was bringing it as he always does. He had 20 of his 26 before Scottie went down with injury.