Found March 18, 2014 on STLSportsMinute:
For the third season in a row, the Saint Louis Billikens men's hoops team is going dancing and for long-time SLU fans that can remember the glory days of Erwin Claggett and H Waldman and the brief sting Larry Hughes spent wearing the royal blue, these are good times.Maybe the best times in the history of the SLU program.But making the dance is one thing. Advancing is another and SLU was not given any favors in their draw.Here are five thoughts on the Billikens, where they were seeded, and SLU's chances in the NCAA Tournament.1. I think SLU was vastly overseededNope, this will not be popular among the SLU faithful, but I do not think the Billikens deserved a No. 5 seed. Not after losing to RPI No. 199 Duquesne at Chafeitz Arena a few weeks ago while closing the season with a losses in five of the team's final six games.SLU was treated very well by the committee and rewarded for the 19-game winning streak this senior laden team was able to rattle off, all of which while pl...
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