NCAA Tournament Field
March 12, 2012 by staff
NCAA Tournament Field, Were they minor hiccups or something much bigger? Kentucky, Syracuse and North Carolina will sort that out over the next three weeks.
For now, though, they have “No. 1″ by their names — top seeds and beneficiaries of a selection committee that all but ignored their weekend losses and put them in prime position for the NCAA tournament.
“The win streak? That’s done now,” Kentucky coach John Calipari said after his team lost only its second game of the season, a setback to Vanderbilt in the SEC tournament Sunday that ended a 24-game winning streak. “The fact that we were invincible? That’s done now. We’re going to be in a dog fight. That’s how you have to approach this. Play each game like it’s your last.”
It’s what the NCAA tournament is all about — a three-week free-for-all that gives little guys such as VCU, a Final Four team last year, and Iona, one of the last teams to squeak into the tournament this year, a chance against Kentucky, Carolina and the rest of the so-called power teams.
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