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1/31 Bracketology
From Stewert Mandel from the Athletic-
Villanova 1 E Pittsburgh vs Miami/Texas rd 2
Seton Hall 6 E Pittsburgh vs Kan St/Missouri winner, Clemson
Providence 10 MW Charlotte vs Wichita, Duke
Butler 9 S Charlotte vs Akransas, Virginia
Marq 12 S PIG SD vs W Kentucky, Florida, Ohio St
Creighton 6 S Wichita vs SMU, West Virginia
Xavier 2 S Detroit vs FSU/Tex A&M rd 2

Providence 3rd team in with a bye
Marquette 3rd team in

I'd LOVE Nova's path to the final 4. Miami/Texas in rd 2, Texas Tech/Tennessee in RSF, and then Auburn/Clemson/Seton Hall/Rhode Island in the RF. I'd think there would be a shot for a Nova/Seton Hall RF.

Not good for Providence, Butler, or Marquette. And a brutal rd 2 game for Creighton vs West Virginia.

For Xavier- how about going from possibly seeing West Virginia in the regional semifinal to Virginia in the regional final? Talk about 2 totally different animals.
01-31-2018 11:35 AM
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