Arizona Wildcats on upset alert in NCAA Tournament
Blogging the Bracket's Chris Dobbertean's final bracket and S-curve for 2011 is out, with Ohio State, Kansas, Duke, and Pitt the four top seeds and Virginia Tech, Georgia, USC, and St. Mary's still the last four in.
Blogging the Bracket's Chris Dobbertean has an updated S-curve and bracket projection based on Saturday's conference tournament action.
Georgia, one of the "next four teams" in our Friday Bracketology projection (meaning they didn't need to worry about traveling to the Opening Round in Dayton), is in serious trouble of not making the NCAA Tournament now. The Bulldogs had a 14-point lead on Alabama with seven minutes to go in their SEC Tournament quarterfinal in Atlanta, but fell to the Crimson Tide in overtime, 65-59. . . .
With that result, Georgia is out and Alabama is in, right?
Not so fast. Georgia still has a profile that's worthy of some consideration, while Alabama's is still lacking.
The Georgia Bulldogs built up a 14-point second-half lead on the Alabama Crimson Tide in Friday afternoon's men's basketball game, but, with a possible NCAA Tournament berth on the line, Mark Fox's team collapsed, falling in overtime in the SEC Tourney.