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    Too Early to Discuss NCAA Seedings?

    One Seeds
    1. Kentucky
    2. Syracuse
    3. Duke
    4. Kansas

    Two Seeds
    1. Missouri
    2. Ohio State
    3. Michigan State
    4. Baylor

    Three Seeds
    1. Georgetown
    2. Wisconsin
    3. UNLV
    4. Marquette

    Most difficult picks, IMO, are last two #1's and last two number threes.

    Your opinions?
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    Re: Too Early to Discuss NCAA Seedings?

    Number Ones:
    Kentucky
    Syracuse
    Missouri
    North Carolina

    Number Twos:
    Ohio State
    Kansas
    Duke
    Michigan State

    Number Threes:
    Baylor
    Marquette
    Georgetown
    Wisconsin

    How I would project each bracket:

    Boston:
    1.Syracuse
    2.Ohio State
    3.Baylor

    Atlanta:
    1.Kentucky
    2.Duke
    3.Georgetown

    Phoenix:
    1.North Carolina
    2.Kansas
    3.Michigan

    St Louis:
    1.Missouri
    2.Michigan State
    3.Marquette

    Matt Jones brought up a good point on KSR and I really think this will happen. If Duke ends up being a 2 seed, they will get matched up with Kentucky in Atlanta.

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    Re: Too Early to Discuss NCAA Seedings?

    FEB 25th Missouri at Kansas should determine who gets the one between them. Also UNC plays at Duke March 3rd with revenge on their minds. But overall I think your really close to how it should play out.

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    Re: Too Early to Discuss NCAA Seedings?

    Conference tourneys always have an impact on seedings, even the top 4. I am looking at this way from a Buckeyes' perspective--they are a lock for a top 4 seed, if they are playing well they can beat anyone in the country no matter what seed they are, if they are still playing spotty like they are now, they'll bow out early again.
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    Re: Too Early to Discuss NCAA Seedings?

    Quote Originally Posted by Scrap Irony View Post
    One Seeds
    1. Kentucky
    2. Syracuse
    3. Duke
    4. Kansas

    Two Seeds
    1. Missouri
    2. Ohio State
    3. Michigan State
    4. Baylor

    Three Seeds
    1. Georgetown
    2. Wisconsin
    3. UNLV
    4. Marquette

    Most difficult picks, IMO, are last two #1's and last two number threes.

    Your opinions?
    No North Carolina???
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    Re: Too Early to Discuss NCAA Seedings?

    I will go with:

    Atlanta Region:
    1. Kentucky
    2. Duke
    3. Georgetown
    4. Marquette

    Boston Region:
    1. Syracuse
    2. North Carolina
    3. Baylor
    4. Wisconsin

    St. Louis
    1. Mizzou/Kansas
    2. Michigan State/Ohio State
    3. Florida
    4. Louisville

    Phoenix
    1. Michigan State/Ohio State
    2. Kansas/Mizzou
    3. Marquette
    4. Florida State
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    Re: Too Early to Discuss NCAA Seedings?

    Quote Originally Posted by dabvu2498 View Post
    No North Carolina???
    Yeah, well, y'see....

    Na, I got nothin'.

    Missed em.
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    Re: Too Early to Discuss NCAA Seedings?

    Lunardi had Michigan State as a #1 seed. They seem to be playing well right now so I can see this.
    Looks like we might have some excellent #2 seeds : UNC-OSU-and Duke.

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    Re: Too Early to Discuss NCAA Seedings?

    As a Murray State alum, what do you prognosticators see for my Racers? Any chance they are a 4, or 5 or are they going to be relegated to an 11 seed like most 'mid-major' types?

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    Re: Too Early to Discuss NCAA Seedings?

    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph View Post
    As a Murray State alum, what do you prognosticators see for my Racers? Any chance they are a 4, or 5 or are they going to be relegated to an 11 seed like most 'mid-major' types?
    Here's one projected bracket where they (Murray State) are a 6 seed.

    http://beyondthearc.nbcsports.com/20...acket/related/

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    Re: Too Early to Discuss NCAA Seedings?

    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph View Post
    As a Murray State alum, what do you prognosticators see for my Racers? Any chance they are a 4, or 5 or are they going to be relegated to an 11 seed like most 'mid-major' types?

    I heard someone (cant remember who) say when they were undefeated that if they run the table the would have been no worse than a #4. If they dont lose another, I can still see them with at least a #4 and an outside shot at a 3.
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    Re: Too Early to Discuss NCAA Seedings?

    Quote Originally Posted by dabvu2498 View Post
    I will go with:

    Atlanta Region:
    1. Kentucky
    2. Duke
    3. Georgetown
    4. Marquette

    Boston Region:
    1. Syracuse
    2. North Carolina
    3. Baylor
    4. Wisconsin

    St. Louis
    1. Mizzou/Kansas
    2. Michigan State/Ohio State
    3. Florida
    4. Louisville

    Phoenix
    1. Michigan State/Ohio State
    2. Kansas/Mizzou
    3. Marquette
    4. Florida State
    Marquette could meet Marquette in the Final Four. Or would that make it a Final Three? Either way that will be historic.
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    Re: Too Early to Discuss NCAA Seedings?

    Quote Originally Posted by texasdave View Post
    Marquette could meet Marquette in the Final Four. Or would that make it a Final Three? Either way that will be historic.
    They're really good. It could happen.

    That's what I get for calling out Scrap for leaving out UNC.
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    Re: Too Early to Discuss NCAA Seedings?

    Quote Originally Posted by texasdave View Post
    Marquette could meet Marquette in the Final Four. Or would that make it a Final Three? Either way that will be historic.
    They're so good, they're going to play in two regions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dabvu2498 View Post
    They're really good. It could happen.

    That's what I get for calling out Scrap for leaving out UNC.
    But if we add both our prognositications together, we've got one really strong WAG!
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