YCS College Basketball Preview-The Grand Predictions

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I will get back to my conference previews, including the Big East, in upcoming days. However, with the season now underway, I want to get my NCAA Tournament and All-American projections out of the way before they become revisionist history.

East Region(Yes, they are finally going to directional regions after the stupid Chicago region crap)
1. North Carolina vs. 16. Delaware State/MEAC
8. Louisville vs. 9. UMass

4. Washington vs. 13. Bucknell/Patriot
5. Texas vs. 12. Missouri State

3. Memphis vs. 14. College of Charleston/Southern
6. UConn vs. 11. Michigan State

New Orleans:
2. LSU vs. 15. Texas A&M Corpus Christi/Southland
7. Xavier vs. 10. Hofstra

Midwest Region:
1. Kansas vs. Play-In Winner: Belmont/Atlantic Sun vs. Jackson State/SWAC
8. Creighton vs. 9. USC

4. Marquette vs. 13. George Mason
5. Georgia Tech vs. 12. Houston

New Orleans:
3. Alabama vs. 14. Cal State Fullerton/Big West
6. UCLA vs. 11. New Mexico State

2. Georgetown vs. 15. Monmouth/Northeast
7. Nevada vs. 10. Akron

South Region:
1. Florida vs. 16. Samford
8. Wichita State vs. 9. Illinois

4. Syracuse vs. 13. Toledo
5. Gonzaga vs. 12. Western Kentucky/Sun Belt

3. Texas A&M vs. 14. Albany/America East
6. Duke vs. 11. BYU

2. Ohio State vs. 15. Penn/Ivy
7. Southern Illinois vs. 10. DePaul

West Region:
1. Pittsburgh vs. 16. Northern Arizona/Big Sky
8. San Diego State vs. 9. Baylor

4. Florida State vs. 13. Winthrop/Big South
5. Tennessee vs. 12. Loyola/Horizon

3. Wisconsin vs. 14. Oral Roberts/Mid-Continent
6. Boston College vs. 11. Kansas State

2. Arizona vs. 15. Marist/Metro Atlantic
7. Villanova vs. 10. Arkansas

Bid Breakdown:
8-Big East
5-SEC, Big 12, ACC
4-Pac 10, Big Ten, Missouri Valley
2-WAC, Mountain West, Conference USA, MAC, Colonial, Atlantic 10

Final Four:
North Carolina
Ohio State

National Champions:
North Carolina

Player of the Year: Tyler Hansbrough, North Carolina

First Team All-Americans:
G Ronald Steele, Alabama
G Brandon Rush, Kansas
F Nick Fazekas, Nevada
F Joakim Noah, Florida
F Tyler Hansbrough, North Carolina

Second Team All-Americans:
G Dominic James, Marquette
G Chris Lofton, Tennessee
F Jeff Green, Georgetown
F Glen Davis, LSU
C Aaron Gray, Pittsburgh

Freshman All-Americans
G Tywon Lawson, North Carolina
G Daequan Cook, Ohio State
F Kevin Durant, Texas
F/C Spencer Hawes, Washington
C Greg Oden, Ohio State


Vinnie 10:02 PM  

Do these predicted seeds take into account the ridiculous, almost random skew caused by the conference tourney outcomes?

Seriously, we'd best not be seeing any of that Syracuse-as-a-#5 bullshit this year. I'm really tired of it.

Matt Zuchowski 1:48 AM  

No, I'm not even trying to predict those. However, as long as they set up easy upset picks like an underseeded 12 Texas A&M against the overseeded team, by all means continue. As evidenced by my results in tournament pools, I need all the picking help I can get.

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