At this point I want Temple to win. And if you think GW will be that high I'd rather be a 6 than a 5 seed.WH said:I dont think this loss hurts GW's seeding too, too bad. I would figure on 3-5, probably the lower 5 seeding. Committee will take into account Pops absence, and losing to Temple, especially if it wins the league tourney, won't be viewed as losing to a nobody. Frankly, a 6 seeding might not be all that bad. You stay out of the bracket with the No. 1 until the Elite 8 matchup. You face an 11 in the first round, maybe a 3 in the second.
While I have rooted for GW this year since I live in DC, I did not want to see them win the league tournament, for obvious reasons. I thought Temple could beat them without Pops, who the Owls really seem to have trouble with. Collins doesnt want his career to end without an NCAA bid.
It will be interesting to see which team exploits this opening. It's there for the taking. Two teams in the NCAAs now, and perhaps four in the NIT. Not bad considering.
gony4983 said:At this point I want Temple to win. And if you think GW will be that high I'd rather be a 6 than a 5 seed.
And now Xavier has to win on Saturday so they can continue to hold the distinction as the only team in A-10 history to do it.Lari Ketner said:Has any team won four games to win the A-10s? I thought nobody had, but maybe in recent years somebody has. Yesterday's winners could easily sweep today's games, with, I think, La Salle the least likely to lose.
We are an inclusive group. Welcome.BSetMeUp said:Now I'm a St. Joes fan for the next 48 hours...