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Discussion in 'College Basketball Board' started by hawkit3113, Feb 26, 2015.
I know the BIG 10 teams, but outside of that, I am not sure who is on the bubble.
The only teams that are not on the bubble are those that could lose every remaining game on their schedule, plus their conference tourney and still get in.
I think only the top 15 or so teams could hope for that (in such a pessimist scenario), with only a select few that wouldn't have anything to worry about.
A few that I can think of off the top of my head... Texas, UCLA, Stanford, Tulsa, Davidson, and Boise State.
Some teams: Boise State, St Johns, Oregon, Ole Miss, Pitt, Texas, UCLA, LSU, Stanford
So would you say the bubble is much bigger this season, due to the parity?
has anyone heard any talk about if this list would now include Syracuse if not for the post-season ban? just curious. am proud of the players who've done nothing wrong for still playing hard and coming up with a couple big wins of late.
I think syracuse would be on outside looking in right now. Probably would need to beat virginia or duke
sounds about right.
Syracuse banned themselves from postseason play, so they're definitely out.
Yes I know, I was replying to above poster
I just think it's too hard to be certain of the scope of the "at large" bids without at least seeing teams complete the stretch run of the conference schedule (a ton of teams with 3 or four games left) and seeing some of the autos handed out. A few top teams in 1 or 2 bid leagues lose their conference tourneys, and the available dance cards shrinks considerably.
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I'd say after losing to Northwestern, Indiana is definitely on the bubble.