Tag Archives: Big Ten basketball

Bracketology: Michigan is Surging

After the home loss to Ohio State two weeks ago, it looked like you could write off the Michigan Wolverines for the year.  The team was 4-6 in a weak (relative to recent years) Big Ten, without enough quality wins … Continue reading

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Was the Bracket Preview a Surprise?

What did you think of the NCAA’s bracket preview yesterday?  Nothing was too surprising to me.  The two biggest questions on ESPN, on Twitter, and seemingly everywhere else college hoops was being discussed were how was Gonzaga the last 1 … Continue reading

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Bracketology: Finally, Gonzaga is a 1

A debate has raged in the bracketology community about whether or not Gonzaga can earn a #1 seed.  The thinking seems to be that if they finish the regular season undefeated, they will and if not, they won’t.  Either way, … Continue reading

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Bracketology: West Virginia Wins (a 4 seed)

OK, I was wrong about West Virginia, at least for now.  In one of the most impressive displays of the season, the Mountaineers absolutely dismantled the country’s top-ranked team (and the team that had been ranked at the top in … Continue reading

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Bracketology: The Big Ten Bunch

Who’s a contender and who’s a pretender in the Big Ten?  Right now, there are 7 teams from the conference bunched up between the 5 and 9 lines.  Indiana has wins against Kansas and North Carolina, but an overall weak … Continue reading

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