Tag: Selection Sunday
Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham will lead a live blog discussing the NCAA Tournament Selection Sunday seeding of the Field of 68 that will compete for the 2015 national title.
UVA basketball spent the last 11 weeks ranked second or third in the Associated Press Top 25, won the ACC regular season for the second straight year, and yet when the NCAA Tournament seeds are released this evening, you can bet on Virginia being on the two seed line.
#2 Duke and #3 UVA are in prime position to land top seeds in the NCAA Tournament on Selection Sunday. But only one thing is guaranteed this week at the ACC Tournament: at least one of the two will lose a game.
NC State has 21 wins, 11 in the ACC, and its signature win is also its most recent, a 66-63 victory over Syracuse in the ACC Tournament quarterfinals. Did the Pack play their way into the NCAA Tournament with the win over the Orange?
Twenty-four wins, 12 in the ACC. An RPI rating of 44. Pitt has nothing to worry about when it comes to Selection Sunday, does it?
The first thing you noticed walking into the Greensboro Coliseum on Wednesday was that three-quarters of upper deck had been tarped off. Not a lot of demand for a day of basketball involving the six worst teams in the ACC.
Virginia and Virginia Tech need to beef up their out-of-conference schedules OK, so ACC teams don’t get to play the likes of Georgia State in January and February. That said, the Committee has made it clear that it expects power-conference teams to play more challenging nonconference schedules than Seth Greenberg likes to put together. That […]