The puzzle is almost complete. We’ve finally reached the Final Four, and it couldn’t be a better list of the who’s who in college hoops.
With three No. 1 seeds in Duke, Kentucky and Wisconsin, the chalk played out. Sure, there’s a No. 7 seed, but they aren’t a real No. 7 seed in Michigan State, at least not as long as Tom Izzo is there. It’s a dream Final Four for college basketball fans, scalpers and TV ratings.
All three teams took different routes to get to Indianapolis, whether it was close calls or putting teams away with deadly shooting and playing lock-down defense. There are plenty of interesting stories within the web of the big novel.
So, with the Final Four merely five days away, let’s take a look at how the teams would be seeded if college basketball goes to the reseeding process. For what it’s worth, I don’t think that rule will ever come into play, but it’s fun to think about.