I watched them play for the first time today. What a heartbreaker. Then they were left out of the Tournament.
Seems to me like they were a top 64 team... but conference tournaments have guaranteed spots.
At least Basketball isn't as political as NCAA football.
Very true. Miss St. should have receives a spot though. I have seen them play a lot being in the south. They could have done better than some teams that got in. ACC is down this year also and they get 6 in? Something not right there.
Texas gets in and that is a mystery!!!! Look at all the losses ___6 wins 9 losses___the last half of the season. Get blown out in conference tournament. Lost more than won in that part of season.
Miss State deserved a spot, and they deserved to win that game against Kentucky. Somehow, though, Calipari is charmed. It's unfortunate, really.
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