Whose got the edge? Where does Louisville fit in?
What happens in case of a tie?
That last question is the one I attempted to tangle with last night after Jim Calhoun’s 800th win as UConn beat Marquette.
So I was starting to do some scenarios, and actually, there is ONE scenario where all four teams can tie for first place at 14-4. Obviously, that would mean that UConn (14-2 in conference) would have to lose both of it’s last two games (fat chance), Louisville loses at home to Marquette and at West Virginia, and Pitt LOSES at Seton Hall (fatter chance) before coming back to win at home against Marquette and UConn.
But, forget about that.
Here’s what we got at the moment:
(this is good… go to eztheblog.com for the rest)