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Kentucky holds firm with No. 4 seed in Joe Lunardi’s updated Bracketology

Looking for Joe Lunardi’s thoughts on the Kentucky basketball team in his latest Bracketology update? No?

Eh, that’s okay. We’ll tell you anyway.

In a new way-too-soon Bracketology post, Lunardi kept the Wildcats as a No. 4 seed in the Midwest region, starting the NCAA Tournament in San Jose.

In this scenario, Kentucky would take on 13-seed South Dakota State in the first round, followed by the winner of (5) Oregon and (12) Western Kentucky in the Round of 32.

From there, the Wildcats would head to Minneapolis for the regional where they would likely take on No. 1 seed Virginia in the Sweet 16. Should they win, they would then likely take on (2) Kansas or (3) Iowa in the Elite Eight with a spot in the Final Four on the line.

Looking elsewhere in the bracket, Gonzaga, Villanova, and Baylor join Virginia as the No. 1 seeds, followed by Wisconsin, Duke, and Michigan State joining Kansas as the No. 2 seeds.

Here is the entire bracket:

Would you be comfortable with Kentucky’s path to the Final Four? What about the team’s status as a No. 4 seed?

(ESPN)

Article written by Jack Pilgrim

Follow me on Twitter: @JackPilgrimKSR

6 Comments for Kentucky holds firm with No. 4 seed in Joe Lunardi’s updated Bracketology



  1. JT55
    9:33 pm June 30, 2020 Permalink

    I highy doubt there will be a season. Let’s see who will decide to return for 21/22.



    • PensacolaCat
      9:19 am July 1, 2020 Permalink

      100% chance there is a season.



    • BobbyBlue
      3:59 pm July 1, 2020 Permalink

      I agree with JT55, and if I was a bookie I’d lay at best 7 to 3 against a season happening.



  2. AirForceOne
    10:41 pm June 30, 2020 Permalink

    Duke as a 2 seed? Why of course, it’s Duke after all.



    • Nugget01
      11:40 am July 1, 2020 Permalink

      Too soon for a bracket projection. But never too soon to complain about Duke seeding.



    • pappageorgio
      6:08 pm July 1, 2020 Permalink

      Duke always gets their first few rounds within in an hour of their campus (Raleigh or Greensboro).