I am hoping that gets us above an 8 seed. While we showed tonight we can beat a #1, I feel ok going into a game against a #2 or #3 that we can truly compete with them even if they show up with their A game. I don't know that I feel that way about a Syracuse/Kentucky type of team.
Great win. Let's get another one tomorrow.
Playing with house money for this point.
What is with those striped shorts?
Choo got it, dude.
Last edited by Sea Ray; 03-10-2012 at 09:36 AM.
I'd rather lose tonight. I would hate going into the tournament with a big target on our backs because we never seem to play as well when we're expected to win.
Let's also give it up for Mick. Great coaching job yesterday...
Still cannot believe we won that game. Just an incredible job of coaching by Mick this year, he's so underrated in this town. I loved his gameplan last night, the zone was gonna force Syracuse to shoot to beat us, and in the end it worked. We have also been outstanding out of timeouts in this tournament.
Also, I'm really happy for Gates.
I love the fact that a UC-UofL matchup is cheesing all those Eastern folks' grits.
When all is said and done more is said than done.
Lunardi still has the Bearcats as a #8 seed heading into the game tonight against Louisville.
Think of it this way, UCONN came into the Big East Tournament last year as a #9 and left as a #3. UC goes on a similar run (albeit it with the double-bye) and only comes out as an #8?
What if this wasn't a rhetorical question?
All models are wrong. Some of them are useful.