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BPI projects how the 2020 NCAA tournament could have played out

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No. 4 Wisconsin over No. 13 North Texas

Both of these teams are among the 16-slowest pace squads in the country, but Wisconsin's decent offense is a mismatch against a weak North Texas offense. The Badgers gradually extend their lead over the course of the game, which is never really in doubt.

 

 

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Sadly amusing on so many levels.

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1 hour ago, NorthTexasSportsNetwork said:

I'm sorry, but when has our offense been called bad by anyone? I mean we were top 20 in field goal (I think), 3 Point, etc.

What a terrible point by that person

I thought that too, and wondered what the basis for that statement is.

I don't know everything about our offense, but I think I read somewhere that we were one of the top 5 offenses in the country in terms of efficiency.

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19 hours ago, greenminer said:

I thought that too, and wondered what the basis for that statement is.

I don't know everything about our offense, but I think I read somewhere that we were one of the top 5 offenses in the country in terms of efficiency.

I think that’s true. It makes no sense why anyone thinks this offense is weak. 

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