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NCAA Tournament Bracket

Sweet 16 Day 2

1 Gonzaga vs 5 Creighton, 1:10pm, CBS
1 Michigan vs 4 Florida State, 4:00pm, CBS

2 Alabama vs 11 UCLA, 6:15pm, TBS
6 USC vs 7 Oregon, 8:45pm, TBS

All times CT
 
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Paducah, Ky
1 Gonzaga
1 Michigan
2 Alabama
7 Oregon

I was 4 for 4 yesterday, so............................................I'm still hurting big time for my beloved Illini...
 
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pruman91 said:

1 Gonzaga
1 Michigan
2 Alabama
7 Oregon
I was 4 for 4 yesterday


Wow, you're really going out on a limb there. 🤷‍♂️
 
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Well that was a close game for about 30 seconds. think I will go out and rake the sand at my beach house.
 
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Paducah, Ky
pruman91 said:

1 Gonzaga
1 Michigan
2 Alabama
7 Oregon
I was 4 for 4 yesterday


Wow, you're really going out on a limb there. 🤷‍♂️
Yep I know..
I've always been a big risk taker
 
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Gonzaga is legit..first time I have watched them for any length of time since November..best by far IMO
 
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If the Zags go undefeated, should they be considered among the greatest college teams of all time? They'd be the first since Indiana 1976. I still don't see them as a super team but maybe because it still doesn't seem like a normal season especially with all the bluebloods not even making the tourney
 
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If the Zags go undefeated, should they be considered among the greatest college teams of all time? They'd be the first since Indiana 1976. I still don't see them as a super team but maybe because it still doesn't seem like a normal season especially with all the bluebloods not even making the tourney
Not in my opinion. A handful of tough games in the preseason and tough teams from the E8 forward absolutely make them very legit. But hard to say among the best ever when playing 20ish games in a cream puff conference rather than a P5 where on any given night you can absolutely be beat if you don’t play your best.
 
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If the Zags go undefeated, should they be considered among the greatest college teams of all time? They'd be the first since Indiana 1976. I still don't see them as a super team but maybe because it still doesn't seem like a normal season especially with all the bluebloods not even making the tourney

I just don’t see how they could have gone undefeated in a major conference. Getting the best shot from a B10 or PAC 12 team is very different from the WCC
 
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If the Zags go undefeated, should they be considered among the greatest college teams of all time? They'd be the first since Indiana 1976. I still don't see them as a super team but maybe because it still doesn't seem like a normal season especially with all the bluebloods not even making the tourney
Playing the competition they play the chances of winning 95% of their games was already there..they won the other 5% too. Would they have been undefeated in the Big 10 or Big 12? Maybe not, maybe an off night...but they are better by far than anyone I have seen in the Big 10. Maybe Baylor gives them a game. I don't think anyone in the Big 10 stays in the same zip code with the Zags, maybe Ohio State on a good night. Not sure anyone else remotely matches up.
 
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Zags offensive skill is miles ahead of all others in the college game. Not a great d and an off night could get em but they are spectacular at the o end of the floor.
 
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If the Zags go undefeated, should they be considered among the greatest college teams of all time? They'd be the first since Indiana 1976. I still don't see them as a super team but maybe because it still doesn't seem like a normal season especially with all the bluebloods not even making the tourney
They will be called that if they win out. Paul Klee has been saying all season it’s the best team he’s ever seen. I don’t have an opinion on it, but they will be celebrated like none other.
 
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If the Zags go undefeated, should they be considered among the greatest college teams of all time? They'd be the first since Indiana 1976. I still don't see them as a super team but maybe because it still doesn't seem like a normal season especially with all the bluebloods not even making the tourney

I remember when the nba opened the bubble last year, a lot of people in the nba world said that ring would be one of the most respected rings ever.

I think whoever wins this year has to be looked at in the same way. When you win this year, not only have you overcome every team in your path, you’ve overcome Covid, which shut down the entire world for a while.
 
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They will be called that if they win out. Paul Klee has been saying all season it’s the best team he’s ever seen. I don’t have an opinion on it, but they will be celebrated like none other.
They may very well be the best but is there a longer team in history than this years FSU team. Holy moly are they big
 
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They will be called that if they win out. Paul Klee has been saying all season it’s the best team he’s ever seen. I don’t have an opinion on it, but they will be celebrated like none other.
Paul Klee is a Gonzaga grad, so one might want to factor that in.
 
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Panama City, Florida
They may very well be the best but is there a longer team in history than this years FSU team. Holy moly are they big
I believe that their average height for the team is 6'8".
 
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Scottsdale, AZ
Hard to root for Michigan, but they are the only BIG left so I am. Doing well so far against FSU... up 9. Michigan is about the same height except at the point guard.
 
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