Official 2019 Postseason Thread

rammad90

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Given, what happened last year, UVA is as close to being a Cinderella as any number 1 seed ever has. Again, this is about as bad a FF/Championship as possible.

The only saving grace in this pack would have been in MSU had won. Now Beard is the next greatest Coach in the world if he wins, UVA fans will be intolerable if they win, Bruce Pearl is a sleaze and he didnt deserve a win/plus Charles Barkley would never have sthu.

Why oh why couldn't Gonzaga prevail?
 

vcu70

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Given, what happened last year, UVA is as close to being a Cinderella as any number 1 seed ever has. Again, this is about as bad a FF/Championship as possible.

The only saving grace in this pack would have been in MSU had won. Now Beard is the next greatest Coach in the world if he wins, UVA fans will be intolerable if they win, Bruce Pearl is a sleaze and he didnt deserve a win/plus Charles Barkley would never have sthu.

Why oh why couldn't Gonzaga prevail?
So what you gonna do while the game is on tomorrow?
 

mrgeode

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If there really were a preferred outcome by the NCAA or CBS, then we’d be seeing two of the following three play tomorrow night: Duke, UNC and Kentucky.

That’s why these conspiracy theories crack me up.
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If there really were a preferred outcome by the NCAA or CBS, then we’d be seeing two of the following three play tomorrow night: Duke, UNC and Kentucky.

That’s why these conspiracy theories crack me up.
They're happy if the final 4 are P5.
So they're happy this year.
 
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If there really were a preferred outcome by the NCAA or CBS, then we’d be seeing two of the following three play tomorrow night: Duke, UNC and Kentucky.

That’s why these conspiracy theories crack me up.
Of course there are preferred outcomes, and officiating favors those outcomes. Doesn’t always come out that way. Can’t fix games, but they can give a little help. The NBA fixed the conference finals before. Everyone swears NCAA compliance is selective and turn the other check at best, why would the games be more legitimate? The NCAA tournament is a nearly 800 million dollar entertainment product, 100 percent in the level ? Doubt it.
 
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vcu70

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Of course there are preferred outcomes, and officiating favors those outcomes. Doesn’t always come out that way. Can’t fix games, but they can give a little help. The NBA fixed the conference finals before. Everyone swears NCAA compliance is selective and turn the other check at best, why would the games be more legitimate? The NCAA tournament is a nearly 800 million dollar entertainment product, 100 percent in the level ? Doubt it.
Where does that 800 mill go? You have a breakdown?