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1) Who is still watching the AAC tournament and/or cares about who actually wins the conference tournament?

and/or

2) Are you rooting for any AAC teams to get into the NCAA tournament or rooting against any specific team to get excluded or bounced early if they do actually make it?

(Please note, I put this on the "SMACK" board on purpose.)
(03-14-2015 03:26 PM)BearcatJerry Wrote: [ -> ]1) Who is still watching the AAC tournament and/or cares about who actually wins the conference tournament?

and/or

2) Are you rooting for any AAC teams to get into the NCAA tournament or rooting against any specific team to get excluded or bounced early if they do actually make it?

(Please note, I put this on the "SMACK" board on purpose.)

I am not watching the AAC tournament now that UC is done, though I do admit a little interest in hoping that UConn beats the crap out of Tulsa and maybe even wins the whole thing.
I am not watching the American tournament (much better BB in other conferences) and I am rooting for UConn to lose before they knock one or more AAC teams out of the big dance.
(03-14-2015 03:37 PM)ctipton Wrote: [ -> ]I am not watching the American tournament (much better BB in other conferences) and I am rooting for UConn to lose before they knock one or more AAC teams out of the big dance.

Same here
I rarely watch anyone but UC anymore
About the same as the NCAA tournament for me, once UC is out, I switch to spending my free time out in the woods.
I did watch some today to see SMU beat UConn. It stinks that UConn got to play on their home court.
Would you be complaining if the tourney was in Cincinnati? It's got to be somewhere and the AAC has decided on having teams host in their hometown. Next year it will be in Orlando. Does that give UCF an advantage?
(03-15-2015 08:46 PM)Bearcat Otto Wrote: [ -> ]Would you be complaining if the tourney was in Cincinnati? It's got to be somewhere and the AAC has decided on having teams host in their hometown. Next year it will be in Orlando. Does that give UCF an advantage?

I think UCF is going to surprise some people next year. They have some good young talent.
(03-15-2015 08:46 PM)Bearcat Otto Wrote: [ -> ]Would you be complaining if the tourney was in Cincinnati? It's got to be somewhere and the AAC has decided on having teams host in their hometown. Next year it will be in Orlando. Does that give UCF an advantage?

If Cincinnati were to host it would be downtown, and not on a court we play half our home games.
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