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BRACKET BREAKDOWN PODCAST: When each of the top four seeds will lose in the NCAA Tournament

Buddy Hield

Oklahoma guard Buddy Hield (24) celebrates with fans after thinking he had scored the winning basket during NCAA college basketball game against West Virginia in the semifinals of the Big 12 conference men’s tournament in Kansas City, Mo., Friday, March 11, 2016. Replays showed the shot was after time expired. West Virginia defeated Oklahoma 69-67. (AP Photo/Orlin Wagner)


He’s back!

Brian Snow of joined the podcast again today, this time to help us break down the bracket. BSnow and I discuss where each of the top four seeds has the potential to lose in the NCAA tournament:

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And here is the breakdown of when we talk about what:

2:00 Ben Simmons rant from Snow
5:45 Brandon Ingram as No. 1?
7:30 Snow discourages attending school.
8:30 Maryland taking steps in right direction
11:00 Jayhawks chances
14:00 Villanova v. Kansas?
16:30 First Four
18:00 Angel Rodriguez lack of consistency scares us
19:30 Arizona’s potential.
21:00 East Regional-UNC’s brutal draw.
23:15 Indiana, Kentucky both advance
24:15 When does Tom Crean say enough is enough?
27:30 East predictions
28:10 Kentucky was seeded fairly.
28:50 Xavier to Sweet 16.
31:15 How to beat West Virginia
32:30 Issues with Xavier, but potentially Mack’s best team
35:00 Midwest region: Wahoo’s pumped
35:30 Little Rock likely
38:00 Midwest predictions
39:00 Seton Hall match ups with Gonzaga?
40:50 Sterling Gibbs curse gone
42:15 Dayton-Syracuse
44:00 West examination
46:10 Dauster’s upset pick.
49:00 Yale’s little shot against Baylor
51:15 Oklahoma in perfect position to advance.
52:10 Northern Iowa
55:25 Phillips’ hair