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Selection Sunday

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Louisville getting the number one overall would be a joke.

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said earlier, lunardi has kansas as a one seed even after miami's win today

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Honestly I think the top 6 are basically interchangeable. Gonzaga, kansas, miami all won both titles if were being realistic louisville should be a two with duke

Indiana, louisville, gonzaga, kansas

Miami, duke

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Are we organizing a huddle bracket?

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Are we organizing a huddle bracket?

Yeah I'm taking care of it again

Young89 was last year's winner

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Yeah I'm taking care of it again

Young89 was last year's winner

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Davidson now looking at a 12 or 13. If we can get a UCLA or Arizona vs a Wisconsin that would be ideal.

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