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Posted on: December 19, 2009 5:19 pm
 

Undefeated Teams

Which undefeated team will go the longest without losing?

Here are the remaining undefeated teams:
Purdue
Syracuse
Georgetown
Seton Hall
Gs. eorgetown
West Virginia
Kansas
Texas
Texas Tech
Missouri State
New Mexico
Kentucky


  1. Texas undefeated until- Jan. 23 @ Connecticut
  2. Georgetown undefeated until- Jan. 17 @ Villanova
  3. Syracuse undefeated until- Jan 16 @ West Virginia
  4. Kentucky undefeated until- Jan. 12 @ Florida
  5. Kansas undefeated until- Jan. 10 @ Tennessee
  6. New Mexico undefeated until- Jan. 9 vs. UNLV
  7. Missouri State undefeated until- Jan. 3 @ Northern Iowa
  8. Purdue undeafeted until- Jan. 1 vs. West Virginia
  9. Texas Tech undefeated until- Dec. 29 @ New Mexico
  10. West Virginia undefeated until- Dec. 23 vs. Mississippi
  11. Seton Hall undefeated until- Tonight vs. Temple

Just a prediction.

Posted on: December 14, 2009 5:27 pm
 

Week 5 Final Four Prediction

                                                                                          

                                      

                                                      


People will call me crazy for still predicting Villanova after they lost to Temple. But, they are a young team, but strong led by Scottie Reynolds. This is who i predicted at the beginning at the beginning of the year and I'm going to stick with them.

Here is my "Sweet Sixteen", filled with the 16 teams i think will be left in the tournament after two rounds. This is not based on rankings purely based on how the team has done and how strong their players have been.

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Clemson is here because i still think they're a good team and i had them in the Elite Eight in Week 1. They are a talented bunch and look for them to make a run towards the Elite Eight.

 
 
 
 
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