Yes, it looks like one guy switched his pick from KU to Duke…I believe that he had originally picked Alabama for Bolden before switching to KU a couple of weeks ago.
Hopefully it is just an isolated hunch and not inside info.
True, it is common, but not at all atypical relative to the performance of other elite programs… If you measure since 2003 we are tied for first with the most championship appearances
@HighEliteMajor I am more than happy to keep and capable of keeping an open mind. In fact that is why I partake in this board…I enjoy hearing and considering the opinions of others. Sometimes my perspective changes, sometimes they don’t. And my profession requires it of me every day to boot.
But one could very easil ask you whether you are you capable of keeping an open mind when you encounter opinions that are contrarian to your own?
please know I intend no disrespect in that question. I offer it solely because you are widely known as one of the most rigidly opinionated posters on this site.
And your opinion rarely is swayed by the opinions or the data provided by others.
And BTW I LOL every time I read a post from you that calls Coach Self stubborn.
But that doesn’t mean I don’t respect your viewpoint and carefully consider your opinions.
.i am however saying that should you choose to point a finger just take notice that several of your own fingers are pointing right back at you everytime you do.
Just because it is your opinion and in your opinion is incapable of being refuted…doesn’t mean every one has to agree with you
So with that said, in my opinion, the fallacy with your point is that our seed is always high because of our consistently strong regular season performance. We are given a 3rd or higher seed almost automatically every year simply because we were the regular season champions of a power 5 conference. …and regardless of whether we are a team built for a tournament run or not.
Because of that, unless we are a final four or elite 8 team EVERY SINGLE YEAR (highly unrealistic)…we will under achieve in your metric more than we could ever hope to over achieve.