Found March 05, 2012 on
PLAYERS: John Shurna
Less than 6 days to Selection Sunday, and then we will know for sure who the committee is going to put in the 2012 NCAA Basketball Tournament.  A strong week for Purdue and Cincinnati has moved them from my bubble to IN status, shrinking the bubble to 10 teams.  Illinois St. could have moved the bubble to nine but fell in the Missouri Valley Championship to Creighton in OT.  If the Redbirds would’ve won, that would have put three teams in from the Missouri Valley.  New to the party though that I haven’t looked at before is a conference champion that was upset in the conference tournaments: Iona from the MAAC. Illinois St. almost stole a spot away from the bubble, but they fell short in OT in a hard-fought Missouri Valley Championship vs. Creighton   FINAL TEN IN 1) Washington 2) West Virginia 3) Colorado St. 4) South Florida 5) Oregon 6) Connecticut 7) Drexel/VCU Loser 8 Mississippi St. 9) Miami, FL 10) Iona   FIRST TEN OUT 1) Texas 2) Seton Hall 3) Xavier 4) N.C. St. 5) Arizona 6) ...

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