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In an earlier Bracket Watch this season, we considered Houston’s chances e gaskell of going undefeated. The Cougars lost to Temple in their very next game after that Watch was published, and that still stands as their only loss of the season. So if the Cougars somehow lose to East Carolina on Wednesday, we guess you know who to blame. Anyway, should the Cougars win out, including the AAC tournament, could they get to the top line? Absolutely, but they’d need a little gas monkey bar and grill bit of help. For the sake of simplicity, let’s assume here that Duke, Virginia and Gonzaga all end up as No. 1 seeds. Houston would likely need split championships in the SEC and Big Ten. If Kentucky wins out, as well, it’s hard to envision the committee ranking the Cougars ahead of the Wildcats. The same fate would gas prices likely befall the Cougars should Michigan State, Purdue or Michigan go on a run in the Big Ten and win out. Those teams would simply have too many Q1 wins, with almost as strong a rating as Houston in the NET, to ignore gas in back and chest. It’s a tough needle to thread, but Houston could still move up to a top seed. Even if that doesn’t happen, its path to a No. 2 seed is clear.

When Nick Ward suffered a hairline fracture of his shooting hand in Michigan State’s win over Ohio State two Sundays ago, it seemed appropriate to recalibrate the team’s ceiling. Ward is out electricity outage chicago indefinitely and could miss the rest of the season, which would put the Spartans down two starters with Joshua Langford already on the shelf. They quieted any talk of diminished expectations over the weekend, however, going into Ann Arbor and coming out with a 77–70 victory. At 14–3 in the Big youtube gas laws Ten, the Spartans now sit atop one of the deepest conferences in the country. They’re a half-game ahead of Purdue, one game in front of Michigan and two games clear of Maryland. They wrap up the regular season by visiting Indiana and electricity questions for class 10 hosting Nebraska and Michigan, and will go into the conference tournament likely as a top-two seed, at worst. If the chalk holds and the Spartans win out, including the Big Ten tournament, they’d go into the tournament with 14 Q1 wins gas and supply and likely a top-five rating in the NET. That should be enough to get them to a No. 1 seed, no matter what Kentucky does the rest of the season.

Finally, we have North Carolina, which is coming off its best week of the season with wins over Duke and Florida State. Sure, there was a Zion Williamson-sized hole in Duke’s lineup in the Tar Heels’ win, but it counts nearly the same as it would with the Blue Devils at full specjalizacja z gastroenterologii strength, especially considering the margin of victory and the fact that it was in Durham. The Heels will certainly be favored in their next three games (vs. Syracuse, at Clemson, at Boston College) and could be in the regular gas and water socialism season finale against Duke, even if Williamson plays. Like Michigan State, North Carolina would be sitting pretty, in terms of earning a No. 1 seed, if it wins out. Not only would it add the second victory over Duke, but it would likely need to go through at least two, and possibly three, of Duke, Virginia, Louisville electricity nightcore, Florida State and Virginia Tech to win the ACC tournament. If the Heels, Wildcats and Spartans all win out, UNC may not leapfrog both hp gas online of those teams, but it could knock one of its ACC brethren from the top line. And if Kentucky or Michigan State were to falter while North Carolina wins the rest of its games, the Heels could slide in front of one, or both, of those teams.