Tomorrow evening, 68 teams will hear their name called and find out who their first round opponent will be in the 2017 NCAA Tournament. For a few teams, there is still uncertainty on whether they will be called or not. For the last installment of bubble teams 2017, we welcome back our Editor in Chief and sports commentator Chris Yandek for his analysis on schools that still might make the NCAA Tournament. In past years, the announcement of the teams has delivered a surprise that was on nobody’s radar. We discuss whether a few long shots have a chance to get into the field. We cover the following bubble teams: Syracuse, Wake Forest, Vanderbilt, USC, Kansas State, Indiana, and Illinois State.
Tag: NCAA Tournament Bubble Discussion 2017
Recently, we brought you our first installment of the NCAA Tournament bubble teams [see here]. With only 13 days to the NCAA Tournament field is announced, we welcome back our Editor in Chief and sports commentator Chris Yandek for an analysis on what he thinks about some of the bubble team's chances to make the NCAA Tournament. The teams we discussed included: Syracuse, Miami, Michigan State, Michigan, Arkansas, Northwestern, Vanderbilt and Clemson. To gain some insight about what teams might be headed to the NCAA Tournament and which ones may be left behind, please listen to this segment.
We are still a few weeks away from Selection Sunday. Selection Sunday this year is March 12th. It is the day that the 68 teams are announced for the NCAA Tournament. Every year, there are a dozen or more teams who may or may not make the NCAA Tournament depending on their resume. Those teams are considered to be on the bubble. Our Editor in Chief and sports commentator Chris Yandek is back with us to breakdown which bubble teams are likely to be in the NCAA Tournament and which teams still have some work to do. We discuss the following teams in this segment and their chances to make the NCAA Tournament: Northwestern, Michigan State, Michigan, Arkansas, Syracuse, Miami, Indiana and Tennessee.