Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Conference Tournament Predictions

Conference tournaments are upon us and it is one of the most exciting times of the year. Time for teams to make a quest for the NCAA Tournament; Time to see who will be dancing and will be packing. So sit back and relax, and enjoy the ride.

Click on Brackets to Enlarge Predictions


Atlantic Sun Predictions



















East Tennessee State and Belmont are head and shoulders above the rest of the conference. There is no doubt in my mind that these two will be in championship. I didn't pick any upsets in this tournament. I like ETSU in the end with the experience and play makers.

MVC












I gotta go with Complete Sports on their MVC Champion prediction. Southern Illinois is one of the best defensive teams in the country and one of the top 15 teams in the country. The MVC is deep and anyone can make a run, especially one of the top 6 seeds.
** Sorry about the brackets not completely showing up. I didn't have time to do them on Excel so I made them on paint and for some reason they don't completely show up. Just bear with me**

11 comments:

twins15 said...

I'm really looking forward to the MVC Tourney... should be very good and competitive.

One underrated Tourney is in the SoCon... I'm really hoping for App St/Davidson in the final.

grittysquirrels said...

Yea the MVC has a lot of above average teams and I'm sure that there will be a few teams that probably don't go to the big dance simply because they're from the MVC and can't all go.

Bryan said...

Ben Jacobson, coach for the Northern Iowa Panthers, is my first cousin.

SHOW SOME SUPPORT YOU ANTI-AMERICAN COMMUNIST!!!

twins15 said...

Brian Jones, UND's basketball coach, was an assistant at Northern Iowa. So I guess there's a lot of North Dakota ties to Northern Iowa!

Anonymous said...

hey yeah you can really read that. with a telescope

grittysquirrels said...

hey yeah it says at the top that you can click on the bracket to see. READ and you'd figure that out.

grittysquirrels said...

PS- my cousin graduated from Northern Iowa.

~Erin~ said...

Creighton will take the MVC tourney. Just watch.
GO BLUEJAYS!!!!!!!!

grittysquirrels said...

Wow Erin, your sports knowledge never ceases to amaze me. I am drawn even closer towards you now that i know you know about college basketball too!

~Erin~ said...

What can I say? I'm amazing.

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