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Early NCAA joint exhibit pegs Villanova, Kansas, Baylor, Gonzaga as No. 1s

2:41 PM ET

Villanova, Kansas, Baylor and Gonzaga would be a 4 No. 1 seeds if a NCAA contest began today.

What a cabinet got right (and wrong) with a early tip 16 seeds

Gonzaga, a No. 1 team, perceived a (theoretical) No. 1 seed, yet not a one Bulldog fans were anticipating for. What else did a early exhibit tell us?

  • Committee to Big Ten: Get to work, and other early exhibit takeaways

    Wisconsin, a Big Ten’s personality and a top-10 team, was not among a preference committee’s early tip 16 seeds while Duke is unexpected in decent shape.

  • With one month until Selection Sunday — for a initial time ever — a NCAA contest preference cabinet suggested a tip 16 seeds in an early chronicle of a joint Saturday.

    North Carolina, Florida State, Louisville and Oregon reserved a No. 2 line. Kentucky, Arizona, Virginia and Florida were a No. 3s and UCLA, Duke, West Virginia and Butler warranted No. 4 seeds.

    Villanova was picked as a No. 1 altogether seed and therefore would be authorised to select that segment it wanted, that was a East. From there, a remaining No. 1 seeds were reserved geographically by region, and a remaining 12 teams were allocated according to seeding.

    “Villanova played a severe non-conference report and has achieved substantial success opposite several peculiarity opponents on a highway and on neutral courts,” NCAA Tournament preference cabinet chair Mark Hollis said. “Their coherence via a deteriorate gave them slight subdivision from other possibilities for a altogether tip seed.”

    The Wisconsin Badgers, who are ranked No. 7 in a stream AP Top 25, and a Cincinnati Bearcats (No. 11) are conspicuous omissions from a committee’s tip 16 seeds.

    The NCAA contest preference cabinet annually convenes in Feb during NCAA domicile during Indianapolis, where it orients new members to a voting procedures and program and works by an early chronicle of a bracket. The 2016-17 deteriorate outlines a initial time it has published any apportionment of those joint formula before Selection Sunday.

    Beyond generating discussion, a exhibit was dictated as a glance into a committee’s stream meditative and is not a projection of contingent seeds yet rather treated as yet Saturday was Selection Sunday, cabinet clamp authority Bruce Rasmussen pronounced this week.

    “The information points we have are short,” Hollis pronounced Saturday. “There are many games to play. Creighton, Wisconsin, Purdue — those teams are in a brew of all we’re articulate about — Cincinnati. We don’t have adequate information points to make those lines of separation.

    “This is an event to get vehement about a tournament,” Hollis said. “Don’t buy your airline tickets formed on this.”

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    Early NCAA joint exhibit pegs Villanova, Kansas, Baylor, Gonzaga as No. 1s

    2:41 PM ET

    Villanova, Kansas, Baylor and Gonzaga would be a 4 No. 1 seeds if a NCAA contest began today.

    What a cabinet got right (and wrong) with a early tip 16 seeds

    Gonzaga, a No. 1 team, perceived a (theoretical) No. 1 seed, yet not a one Bulldog fans were anticipating for. What else did a early exhibit tell us?

  • Committee to Big Ten: Get to work, and other early exhibit takeaways

    Wisconsin, a Big Ten’s personality and a top-10 team, was not among a preference committee’s early tip 16 seeds while Duke is unexpected in decent shape.

  • With one month until Selection Sunday — for a initial time ever — a NCAA contest preference cabinet suggested a tip 16 seeds in an early chronicle of a joint Saturday.

    North Carolina, Florida State, Louisville and Oregon reserved a No. 2 line. Kentucky, Arizona, Virginia and Florida were a No. 3s and UCLA, Duke, West Virginia and Butler warranted No. 4 seeds.

    Villanova was picked as a No. 1 altogether seed and therefore would be authorised to select that segment it wanted, that was a East. From there, a remaining No. 1 seeds were reserved geographically by region, and a remaining 12 teams were allocated according to seeding.

    “Villanova played a severe non-conference report and has achieved substantial success opposite several peculiarity opponents on a highway and on neutral courts,” NCAA Tournament preference cabinet chair Mark Hollis said. “Their coherence via a deteriorate gave them slight subdivision from other possibilities for a altogether tip seed.”

    The Wisconsin Badgers, who are ranked No. 7 in a stream AP Top 25, and a Cincinnati Bearcats (No. 11) are conspicuous omissions from a committee’s tip 16 seeds.

    The NCAA contest preference cabinet annually convenes in Feb during NCAA domicile during Indianapolis, where it orients new members to a voting procedures and program and works by an early chronicle of a bracket. The 2016-17 deteriorate outlines a initial time it has published any apportionment of those joint formula before Selection Sunday.

    Beyond generating discussion, a exhibit was dictated as a glance into a committee’s stream meditative and is not a projection of contingent seeds yet rather treated as yet Saturday was Selection Sunday, cabinet clamp authority Bruce Rasmussen pronounced this week.

    “The information points we have are short,” Hollis pronounced Saturday. “There are many games to play. Creighton, Wisconsin, Purdue — those teams are in a brew of all we’re articulate about — Cincinnati. We don’t have adequate information points to make those lines of separation.

    “This is an event to get vehement about a tournament,” Hollis said. “Don’t buy your airline tickets formed on this.”

    Article source: http://www.espn.com/mens-college-basketball/story/_/id/18666334/villanova-wildcats-kansas-jayhawks-baylor-bears-gonzaga-bulldogs-get-no-1s-early-ncaa-bracket-reveal

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