Mette Gregersen in Vildnis (2012)
Day: November 20, 2022
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None of the top seven teams looked very impressive.
#1 Georgia scored only 16 against Kentucky, which is a mediocre 3-5 in the SEC.
#2 Ohio State was losing at halftime to Maryland, which is a mediocre 3-5 on the Big Ten.
#3 Michigan needed to stage a furious fourth quarter comeback to win by 2 against Illinois, which is a mediocre 4-4 in the Big Ten.
#4 TCU barely eked out a 29-28 win against Baylor, which is a mediocre 4-4 in the Big 12. To be fair, the practice of barely eking out victories seems to be what TCU does every week. That was their 7th consecutive win by 10 or fewer.
#5 Tennessee got slaughtered, allowing 63 points to South Carolina, which is now a mediocre 4-4 in the SEC.
#6 LSU played a jobber in order to pad their record with an easy win.
#7 USC allowed 45 points, barely escaping with a 48-45 victory.
So Tennessee seems to be totally out of the Final Four picture. If the other six continue to win except when they play each other, then the final four will be:
- The winner of Michigan vs THE Ohio State next week.
- The winner of LSU vs Georgia the following week.
If any of those teams falter badly, Clemson and Oregon still have long-shot odds of sneaking in. Clemson pays off at 20-1 if you bet them to go all the way, while Oregon is up there at 55-1