Kentucky, 'Cuse, UNC, Michigan St. grab NCAA tournament No. 1 seeds
(CBS/AP) INDIANAPOLIS – The NCAA's attempt to be more transparent about its tournament selection process proved one thing Sunday: It's still subjective. Some schools, such as Iona, apparently met the eye test this season. Others, such as Washington and
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that magical season of underdogs and lost productivity, is again upon us, and folks across the nation will scramble from Web page to Web page for the next three days, hoping to get an edge in this year's NCAA college basketball tournament.
Even though they lost over the weekend, the Wildcats, Orange and Tar Heels turned out to be what they thought they were: top seeds – all armed with a well-timed bit of humble pie as they gear up for a run through the NCAA tournament they hope will end
1 team in the country, as the selection committee made clear in picking Kentucky as the overall top seed in the NCAA tournament just a few hours after the Wildcats were upset by Vanderbilt in the Southeastern Conference tournament final.