No I don't. Six probably will end up in. I think one of Illinois, Purdue, Minnesota, Northwestern will make it six with a big finish. Right now I would vote for five if I were on the committee.
Like I mentioned in a previous post. If someone other than the conference winner wins some of these conference tournaments there are going to be some disappointed fans. IE: If Murray State doesn't win their tourney, someone gets bumped.
I'd like to see the Cats get to the dance, finally.......
Still a long shot though........
Do they bring him back? The two recruits he has for 2012 are very blah. Both guards.
I'm thinking the new AD makes a change, unless they have a real fantastic finish
Three ranked teams remain on their final six. Two on the road. They actually need a schedule like that to boost their RPI. At Columbus, At Madison, and a rematch with Michigan at Assembly Hall.
I'm not sure 4-2 punches their ticket in.
Here you go:
He left the program in the fall. Their other freshman from last year Richmond opted for the NBA draft but I am not sure if that panned out.
I guess I misfired on my prediction last night. Never been so happy to be totally wrong
Edit: Crandall looking to become a Blue Demon
I knew Richmond went to the NBA. I'm not sure he was even drafted, and if he was, it was very very late.
Ok, not only was he not drafted, he got arrested in August last year for a few different things. Talk about a young man who needs some direction.