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5/8/2012 11:48:57 AM

Kendall
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Here's our latest NCAA projections:

http://www.perfectgame.org/Articles/View.aspx?article=6977

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5/9/2012 6:56:59 AM

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Hi Kendall - At this juncture I have to agree with the boys at BA in stating that ARIZONA is "bubble-in" for hosting and TAMU is "bubble-out". ZONA has played a tougher SoS and is a very respectable 6-5 against the RPI-25 whereby A&M is 1-6. Would love to see a rematch between these two teams after last years CS Regional. Cheers!
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5/9/2012 8:37:34 AM

NolesFanJosh
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Kendall,

In comparision to recent years, is this year's bubble 'softer' than some in recent memory? There are some teams that have really shaky resumes that are in for at-large berths right now. Understandably this is all before conference tournament upsets, but I mean, possibly 9 SEC teams, 8-9 from the ACC?!??
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5/9/2012 1:14:34 PM

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There seems to be a lot of logical Super matchups, for example UCLA-Fullerton, LSU-Texas AM, UNC-Kentucky, S.Car-NC State or Virginia, even UF-Virginia or NC State....on that note, wouldnt it make sense to see Baylor vs Rice and FSU vs Stanford? If the national seeds hold up, it seems that FSU and a west coast team could be the odd teams out that play each other. Even Oregon and Purdue makes a little sense due to Stanford being in Pac 10 and not being paired with national seeds from Pac 10. I don't know maybe I am wrong but it seems like this could be an easy year for pairing Supers if the committee chooses to keep everyone "regional."
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5/11/2012 11:08:35 PM

Kendall
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Rowdy wrote:
Hi Kendall - At this juncture I have to agree with the boys at BA in stating that ARIZONA is "bubble-in" for hosting and TAMU is "bubble-out". ZONA has played a tougher SoS and is a very respectable 6-5 against the RPI-25 whereby A&M is 1-6. Would love to see a rematch between these two teams after last years CS Regional. Cheers!


Don't think at this point that the Pac-12 would get another host, but I could be wrong. I think A&M is pretty safe as a host site right now, but the Aggies dont have a ton of room for error, IMO. The way the Pac-12 finishes is going to be pretty interesting to say the least.

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5/11/2012 11:09:29 PM

Kendall
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NolesFanJosh wrote:
Kendall,

In comparision to recent years, is this year's bubble 'softer' than some in recent memory? There are some teams that have really shaky resumes that are in for at-large berths right now. Understandably this is all before conference tournament upsets, but I mean, possibly 9 SEC teams, 8-9 from the ACC?!??


It's funny you say that. Just the other day I had trouble finding not only 10 teams outside the bubble, but 10 halfway decent teams that are outside the bubble. The bubble, you're right, absolutely is very weak right now.

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