In case you were thinking about the NCAA Tournament next year, you’re in luck.
The new ESPN Bracketology has been released, aiming to project the field for the NCAA Tournament next season and Joe Lunardi gives Kentucky a 2 seed.
The Cats miss out on getting in the 1 line on any projection behind Michigan State, Kansas, Duke and UNC. That’s a drop from where they were once on the 1 line.
This team could be a legitimate Final Four contender and among the best in the country next year. I would expect to see them on the 1 or 2 line come March.
I don’t think that I have to explain why it’s silly to have bracketology released this early, but here we are because it draws attention and people will read it.
If you’re so inclined to read the projection for next year’s tourney, you can do so here.
Tweet of the Day
Meet the Rookies | Mike Edwards— Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@Buccaneers) June 27, 2019
"With this new coaching staff and all the players we have and these young guys, we're building chemistry and building a bond together." pic.twitter.com/vLTAVc6V81
The Bucs feature the former Wildcat for Meet the Rookies.
Time to put a bow on the 2018-19 athletic season. #BBN, this year has been such a memorable one for the Cats and we couldn’t have done any of it without you! So, thank you! You are truly the best fans in the nation. #WeAreUK pic.twitter.com/zaKEzJLNgq— Kentucky Athletics (@UKAthletics) June 27, 2019
What a year for UK Athletics!
KSR’s Jack Pilgrim says the Cats are in great shape for the talented guard.
Kentucky only trails Michigan St. and Duke.
It’s good to see the players gelling so early.
Calipari said it doesn’t look like the former rivals will be playing on the hardwood anytime soon in the regular season.
The former Wildcat has landed a coaching job.
Take a look at who was named an All-Star this season.
A nice gesture by LeBron.
Could Kyrie join LeBron and AD in Los Angeles?
Big get for the Cougars.