Bracketology

Bracketology for March 3, 2020

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The Bracket Everyone Loves to Hate is Back. We are fast approaching Selection Sunday and Conference Tournaments are almost here.  This is the latest bracketology update.  There have been some changes. Some highlights: Rhode Island is OUT. Kentucky is a #4 seed and so is Michigan State. Florida falls to a #9 seed and Auburn […]

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Georgia’s Uphill Battle at the SEC Tournament

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Georgia is playing better basketball, but winning the final two games may not be enough to avoid an extremely challenging scenario. Tom Crean and the Georgia Bulldogs dug a hole for themselves and now have to find a way out.  Georgia should be an extremely dangerous team in the SEC Tournament, but it will likely […]

Game Recap

Georgia Smokes the Hogs 99-89

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There was not much defense, the offense was inconsistent, and Georgia won in the unusual role of being the bigger, stronger team. It is never a good sign for a team to blow three timeouts in the First Half and Eric Musselman was on-track to pull off the full Pete Gillen with his allotment.  Arkansas […]

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Can Georgia Tank Arkansas’ Quixotic NCAA Tournament Case?

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Arkansas is a bit of a phony this season. Soft non-conference schedule, soft in-conference schedule, a period where the team lost five straight games, bad losses, and Selection Sunday excuses already being made by the media are what defines Arkansas’ NCAA Tournament candidacy.  The “Oh, but” excuse is far too common and actually exposes the […]

Bracketology

February 29, 2020 Bracketology for Leap Day

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Bracketology to Kick Off a Big Weekend of College Basketball A good amount of changes this week in bracketology as teams that were idle mid-week moved up due to other teams in similar hubs losing games.  Not much has changed in terms of the Top Seven, but Duke’s loss to Wake Forest ended up taking […]

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South Carolina Wins Brutal Overtime Battle of Attrition Over UGA 94-90

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Georgia brought the fight to South Carolina, but South Carolina’s brute strength and Georgia’s wasted possessions decided the game. It was an old-school Georgia-South Carolina Basketball game just with a faster pace.  The differences between South Carolina and Georgia were made clear by South Carolina’s complete domination of the restricted arc and Georgia’s heavy reliance […]