Saturday, April 6, 2019

One more game

Two good games tonight. When it's over, Virginia will have played the entire tournament without facing any #1 or #2 seeds (their path has been 16-9-12-3-5-3), something that has only happened once since the tournament went to 64 teams in 1985. The one other time? The year our contest started, 1990, when UNLV faced a path of 16-8-12-11-4-3. Coincidence? We think not.

Harlan has won the pool, and C Whiteside has finished second. If the Hoos win, Harlan will tie Brady's all-time record for most points in our contest (379). Also happy if Hooville presides will be Warner, who will win third prize. If the Red Raiders win on Monday, Biebel 3 will take third place.

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