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Eye on College Basketball Podcast: Why Wichita should be a 1 seed

I sat down Monday with Jeff Borzello and Matt Norlander to look back, look ahead and discuss a number of issues in the sport. Among them:

  • How was Borzello's trip to see Kentucky, Cincinnati and Louisville?
  • Should Rutgers really be this bad given its talent at the top of the roster?
  • Will the American really get five schools in the NCAA tournament?
  • How about Creighton's second blowout of Villanova?
  • What does it say about Creighton?
  • What does it say about Villanova?
  • What is up with Nebraska? (Lots of Nebraska talk, actually.)
  • Who should be the Big 12 Coach of the Year?
  • How is Kentucky going to get a great seed with just two top-50 RPI wins?
  • Arizona is 2-2 since Brandon Ashley's injury. Is that a sign of things to come?
  • The No. 1 seeds should be Syracuse, Florida, Wichita State and ...?

Beyond all that, we got into a lengthy conversation about Wichita State, and I think I came up with what should be Gregg Marshall's scheduling philosophy for next season. If he does what I suggest, he'd get the Shockers so much positive press it would be unbelievable.

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