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I really can’t believe that article...I hope Grant plasters everything in the locker room with that garbage article. We are better than a lot of teams listed in the field still. 

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If they just went by how the field was seeded we should be no worse than 30th, if you think Ohio was a better 13 seed than we were.  I would have been fine with 29 or 30 because we are a 13 seed after all.  But to put a 14 and 15 below us after we won a game where we led all but around two minutes of game time is really bad.

 

I mean obviously someone has to be 32, and any of us would feel disrespected considering we all just had big upsets.  Still...

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4 hours ago, NorthTexan95 said:

Appears to me that they reseeded us as an eighth seed and that this isn’t a ranking of #1 to #32.

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1 hour ago, greenjoe said:

I’m watching Loyola -Chi and Illinois.  They keep showing upcoming games and they list us as “NO TEX.”

GO MEAN GREEN

Yet ESPN will completely spell out "Texas Tech" on the bottom scores ticker. Dill holes.

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2 hours ago, greenjoe said:

I’m watching Loyola -Chi and Illinois.  They keep showing upcoming games and they list us as “NO TEX.”

GO MEAN GREEN

NO TEX is great! 

(If it were a garbage outfit like the DMN they would have us as NO TEX ST.)

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2 hours ago, UNTLifer said:

Appears to me that they reseeded us as an eighth seed and that this isn’t a ranking of #1 to #32.

This.  You guys are reaching.

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1 hour ago, El Paso Eagle said:

Just as big of a question is why does anyone put credence to anything ESPN does?

Might have something to do with being the worlds biggest sporting news franchise.

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1 hour ago, wardly said:

I am guessing its because Ohio,ORU, and ACU beat higher seeds than we did.

No offense to ACU (anyone that beats Texas is Great in my book, but ACU shot less than 30%!)  If either Texas or ACU has played well last night, that team would have won by 15+.

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1 hour ago, greenminer said:

Might have something to do with being the worlds biggest sporting news franchise.

Guess if that makes you feel good. ESPN if full of talking heads that spout our bad picks all of the time. They jump on bandwagons and all act like certain coaches are the greatest ever (Lane a couple of years ago, now Sanders is their latest "wonder"). Yes, they are the biggest, but their audience has been falling over the past few years as they have put politics over entertainment. Their radio shows used to be good, but know seem to be used to fill the air time with people who are "names" but not too interesting and seem to make a lot of wrong picks and bad predictions.

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