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RE: ESPNU - Is Cincinnati a Tournament Team?
(02-15-2012 11:33 PM)Bearcat_Bounce Wrote:  I stopped listening to anyone on ESPN on the tournament outside of College Gameday because I respect Bilas, as he actually respects and mentions efficiency ratings like KenPom and Sagarin. Current NC State coach (forget his name) on the NCAA tournament show on ESPNU, when the UC-Mizzou game was mentioned said he didn't even believe Cincinnati should have made it to the tournament, as a 6 seed? Really?

I live in Missouri and everyone here said Mizzou would roll....yeah how'd that work out for ya'll

People gave us no respect and went out and crushed them...it was men vs boys that game.

In fact dare I say, had we not played the NC team and fellow BE conference mate I think we had a serious shot at sweet 16 last year
 
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