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WMSB: 2018 CAA Tournament Bracket Prediction
It’s been a parity-laden, hard-fought season up to this point, and it’ll continue to be an uphill climb during the Tournament. With just 2-3 games left per team, we at the W&M Sports Blog have compiled our predictions for how the regular season will shake out and ultimately determine the Tournament bracket.

Check it out below! Roll Tribe Roll.


Link: https://wmsportsblog.com/2018/02/19/2018...edictions/
(This post was last modified: 02-19-2018 05:20 PM by WMSportsBlog.)
02-19-2018 05:14 PM
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Maybe someone can straighten me out. I guess if Towson wins one or more of their last two games they finish 4 or 5.

Should they lose out and (1) Elon wins two of three or (2) JMU wins its last three, either club would pass Towson and put them at six?

I've got my shoes off and still with all those digits available I'm not comfortable with my math here.
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