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NCAA Tournament Selection Show

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My guesses for the #1 seeds:

Florida

Wichita State

Arizona

Virginia

The top 3 are easy but the last spot for the #1 could go any number of ways. I think Virginia or Michigan have the best argument for it.

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Florida is the top seed overall and in the South..... no surprise.

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Selection show going different this year. Most often tell us the the four #1 seeds but have chosen instead of just revealing each of the individual brackets before doing so.

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UCLA is a 4??????????????????????????????

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Syracuse/Kansas is a little scary. Both teams have beaten good teams but have lost to some bad teams as well.

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South

#1 Florida

#16 Albany/mt st mary

#8 Colorado

#9 Pittsburgh

#5 VCU

#12 SF Austin

#4 UCLA

#13 Tulsa

#2 Kansas

#15 Eastern Kentucky

#7 New Mexico

#10 Stanford

#3 Syracuse

#14 Western Michigan

#6 Ohio State

#11 Dayton

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Florida at MINIMUM should be in the Elite 8.

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That bracket is so damn hard though, sorry Gators :(

Up until the Elite 8, they shouldn't have any trouble IMO.

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Someone take over for a bit. Gotta pull some food out that I'm cooking.

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Up until the Elite 8, they shouldn't have any trouble IMO.

So top heavy, gonna be by far the toughest out of any of the others.

Florida, Kansas, and Syracuse? Daaaamn

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So top heavy, gonna be by far the toughest out of any of the others.

Florida, Kansas, and Syracuse? Daaaamn

Kansas is extremely overrated and Syracuse has been a train wreck lately.

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I actually thought Florida's bracket was a cakewalk up until the Elite Eight. I think they'll win the first three without breaking a sweat.

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Gonzaga vs Okie State will be a very intriguing 8/9 matchup.

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North Dakota could pull off the upset vs Oklahoma. That's gonna be a good game.

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