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New Bracketology keeps Kentucky the 1-seed in the South Region

Count me among those that would love to go back to Indy

It’s a new week, which means new Bracketology from ESPN’s Joe Lunardi. Kentucky’s been holding steady as Lundari’s one seed in the South Region, and in this week’s edition, Lunardi makes Florida State Kentucky’s 2-seed after some impressive wins, including one over Louisville on Saturday. And, oh hey, there’s a potential rematch with Wisconsin or Notre Dame in the Sweet 16:

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Meanwhile, over at CBS Sports, Jerry Palm still has Kentucky as a two-seed, playing 15-seed Princeton in the first round in the East Region, a rematch of the 2011 NCAA Tournament.

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Palm’s four #1-seeds? Villanova (East), Baylor (South), Gonzaga (West), and Kansas (Midwest). UCLA fell off the top line after their loss to Arizona on Saturday.

For the umpteenth time, Saturday’s game vs. the Jayhawks is huge for Kentucky’s resume.

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4 Comments for New Bracketology keeps Kentucky the 1-seed in the South Region



  1. Catcasey1
    6:04 pm January 23, 2017 Permalink

    No way Carolina is a 4 seed



  2. cmstra4
    6:14 pm January 23, 2017 Permalink

    No way they put Arkansas and Kentucky playing in the third round. What a doof



  3. tmurphy
    8:30 pm January 23, 2017 Permalink

    Lunardies bracket looks good except for Norte Dame I think they are underrated



  4. Han
    11:25 pm January 23, 2017 Permalink

    I hope we utterly annihilate Kansas so badly that they lose their next 3 conference games.

    Also, Gonzaga should be automatically disqualified from getting a 1-seed because their carriage always transforms back into a pumpkin before the Final Four.