It didnt take long for the NCAA selection committee chairman to be asked why the University of Miami didnt receive a No. 1 seed in this years tournament.
We only had four No. 1 spots, chairman Mike Bobinski said during the selection show broadcast. If we had five, Miami would have been No. 5.
That might offer some consolation to Hurricanes fans, many of whom likely believe UM should be a No. 1 seed instead of being No. 2 in the East Region.
But you know what? No. 1 seed or No. 2 seed, it really doesnt matter.
OK sure, especially for a program that hasnt reached such hoop heights before, earning a top seed in the NCAA tournament would have been a nice cherry on top of an otherwise delicious Sunday.
Whats most important is that the Miami Hurricanes magical season continues, and theres no reason to think it cant extend all the way to the Final Four in Atlanta.
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