according to Showcased were the top 16 seedings for the NCAA tournament as the committee evaluated them when it met this month.
Missing from the early bracket peek were Big Ten teams, most notably Wisconsin.
The Boilermakers have five top-50 victories and six more against top-100 teams.
The Blue Devils (20-5) have six top-50 victories and are 26th in strength of schedule, though they also have nine wins outside of the top 200.
The committee’s message was clear: Big Ten teams, you had better start to impress.
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The NCAA tournament selection committee doesn’t like the Big Ten — but should we blame them?
referring to The NCAA tournament selection committee doesn’t think much of the Big Ten.
Even in a down season, could the Big Ten really not claim one of the top 16 teams in the country?
For the first time — taking a cue from the must-see TV that is the weekly releases of rankings ahead of the final picks for College Football Playoff — the tourney selection committee is releasing top-16 rankings ahead of Selection Sunday.
The field of 16 teams, complete with which regions the Nos 1 through 4 seeds would be placed in, looked to set up for a pretty fun Big Dance.
You won’t see a single Big Ten team among the committee’s top 16.
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