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Bracketology 2018: Davidson wins the A 10 title, ruining someone's NCAA dreams

12 March 2018

The games begin on Tuesday night, with two of the play-in contests. Barnett is averaging 13.7 points and 5.9 rebounds per game.

Oklahoma State beat Kansas twice and had victories against Texas Tech and West Virginia.

USC was seeded second in the Pac-12 Tournament and lost the conference final. These are teams that Coach Steve Wojciechowski said have a chance to win the national championship.

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Admiral Schofield had 22 points and 10 rebounds to lead Tennessee, which was attempting to win its first tournament championship since 1979. CBS and Turner Sports have partnered on the tournament since 2011, but this is the first time the selection show will be on the cable-only network.

The Rams used an 11-3 run to take their first lead of the game, at 73-71, on two free throws by Cyril Langevine with 6:15 to play and the two teams traded the lead through the next three minutes.

Will a red-hot Davidson team keep rolling this afternoon when the Wildcats take on No. 25 Rhode Island in the Atlantic 10 title game?

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Selection Sunday for the NCAA Tournament is here and teams sweating out the wait until the brackets are revealed got bad news from the Atlantic 10 Conference. Penn got into the NCAA field by winning the Ivy League tournament, 68-65 over Harvard in Philadelphia.

Bob McKillop, who won seven Southern Conference Tournaments, will capture his first in the A-10, and give the conference a third team in Sunday's bracket.

Davidson did manage a victory, beating Rhode Island 68-67 on Sunday. The Wildcats have not won a game in the NCAA Tournament since two-time NBA MVP Stephen Curry was their star in 2008.

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According to Lunardi's projection, Florida State, Notre Dame, Louisville and Syracuse are all among a group of 16 teams contending for the last eight at-large bids available in 2018.

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Bracketology 2018: Davidson wins the A 10 title, ruining someone's NCAA dreams