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It’s way too early for Bracketology

It’s way too early to be projecting the 2013 NCAA Tournament bracket, but Joe Lunardi has bills to pay and mouths to feed. Lunardi released an August edition of his Bracketology today and he has the Cats as one of the four No. 1 seeds in the tourney. Louisville, Indiana and UCLA are the other three top-seeded teams.

Lunardi put UK in the Arlington Regional with a first round matchup against the Charleston Southern/Texas Southern winner. Other notable teams in the Arlington Regional are (2) Kansas, (4) Memphis, (10) Tennessee and (13) Murray State.

On a related note, this is absolutely ridiculous.

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Article written by Drew Franklin

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14 Comments for It’s way too early for Bracketology

  1. Dick Gosinia
    2:28 pm August 13, 2012 Permalink

    How can that be when we all know that Cal can’t coach??

  2. Carolina Blue is past tense for CAROLINA BLOWS
    2:32 pm August 13, 2012 Permalink

    Give me this bracket right now and will start walking to ATL from AZ. There are some schools missing from that list that I think will be there. A long way to go between now and then but I like our chances.

  3. Bradley
    2:34 pm August 13, 2012 Permalink

    UCLA. LOL. Good one Joe…good one.

  4. HillbillyInBC
    2:37 pm August 13, 2012 Permalink

    It’s _always_ too early for Bracketology.

  5. Cole
    2:39 pm August 13, 2012 Permalink

    He has both Indiana, and Louisville in Lexington. Something says to be me that there will be a lot of booing towards them.


  6. The Blue Goose
    2:46 pm August 13, 2012 Permalink

    It would be interesting to see what Joe’s brackets looked like this time last year.

  7. Head Bussa
    2:48 pm August 13, 2012 Permalink

    I didn’t know Louisville was taking in Zeke Pike and former Clemson wide-receiver Bryce McNeal? Just read this snippet from on why McNeal wasn’t allowed to play at UConn. Doesn’t surprise me though when it comes to Louisville.

    “Still, McNeal remained enrolled at Clemson to finish his degree, committing in the meantime to transfer to UConn for his final two years of eligibility. In accordance with that timeline, he’s set to graduate from Clemson later this week — a year ahead of the standard four-year plan — likely allowing him to bypass the NCAA’s usual transfer penalty and play immediately this season as a graduate student. Unexpectedly, though, he will not be playing or studying at UConn, whose admissions office reviewed McNeal’s transcript last week and concluded it could not admit a student with “somewhere around a 2.4 grade point average” to the graduate school, regardless of his two-year commitment or his time in the 40-yard dash.”

  8. #7
    3:20 pm August 13, 2012 Permalink

    Thanks for continuing to cover UofL sports in the most REDiculous manner possible… thru a UK blog.

  9. Bradley
    3:25 pm August 13, 2012 Permalink

    8. You boys stay classy over there.

  10. #7
    3:32 pm August 13, 2012 Permalink

    By the way, has anyone seen my pantyhose?

  11. Cousins Fake Tooth
    3:35 pm August 13, 2012 Permalink

    Louisville a #1 seed is a joke. Same team, minus their 2 leading scorers, that dropped 7 of 9 games in one stretch last year.

  12. Really?
    4:08 pm August 13, 2012 Permalink

    11. You can’t be serious? Can’t deny that Louisville will be good next year. They did not lose their top 2 scorers. They are replacing Kuric with a healthy Blackshear, that is an upgrade by far. Take off the tinted glasses, they will be very good next year too.

  13. David19
    5:03 pm August 13, 2012 Permalink

    I need two(2) lower arena tickets.

  14. jill
    8:14 pm August 13, 2012 Permalink

    LOL Louisville will win the championship this year in football and basketball LOL. We have the best facilities ever and everyone knows it is all about the facilites. Wait, we have a nice basketball arena but are forced to watch an inferior product.