POTB 112: IU, Big Ten bracketology with Andy Bottoms
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In this week’s edition of the show, Morris and Inside the Hall editor Alex Bozich are joined by the Web’s No. 1 bracketologist, Andy Bottoms of The Assembly Call to discuss Indiana’s prospects for seeding in the 2016 NCAA tournament, Big Ten bubble teams and more.
Among the topics discussed:
· Indiana’s 2016 NCAA tournament resume as it stands today
· The good and the bad about IU’s resume
· How the tournament committee will view the injury to James Blackmon Jr.
· Why Michigan State could be the Big Ten’s best shot at a No. 1 seed
· A look at Big Ten bubble teams and what each needs to do to get a bid
· The bubble nationally and the lack of leagues with potential to steal bids this year
· Best case and worst case seeding scenarios for the Hoosiers
And plenty more. As always, feel free to drop the show a note at [email protected].
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