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Pick your Final Four selections, then comment below why you think your team will win.
Give us your picks for the upcoming Sweet 16 games in the NCAA Tournament!
Now that the Final Four is set, its time to decide who will advance to the title game. Will it the rebound heavy Wichita State team vs the last No. 1 seed Louisville, or will Syracuse return to its 1st title game in 10 years vs Trey Burke and the Michigan Wolverines. Vote and let us know who you think will be in the title game!
Now that Buler and VCU are officially relevant, I thought it'd be nice to see who you guys think are the new "Cinderellas" of this NCAA tournament. So please vote and give us some feedback. Thanks!
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Since this year's NCAA tournament is so wide open, I thought it would be nice to see who our viewers think would be #1 seeds. Vote as many times as you want and let us know who you believe should receive #1 seeds.
So before the SEC tournament takes place Wednesday, here is our SEC superlatives, straight from us here at TheNoseBleedReport.
TheNoseBleedReport's All-SEC 1st Team
F-Johnny O'Bryant III
TheNoseBleedReport's All-SEC 2nd Team
G-Elston Turner-Texas A&M
TheNoseBleedReport's SEC Player of the Year
Jordan McCrae was dynamic all year for the Volunteers. The junior guard averaged 19.2 PPG in SEC play, leading the Volunteers to a 19-11 (11-7) record. His overall stats were 16.2 PPG 4.2RPG 2.0 APG.
TheNoseBleedReport's SEC Freshman of the Year
Before tearing his ACL against Florida on February 12th, Nerlens Noel was playing like an All-American. The freshman center for the Wildcats was averaging 10.2 PPG 9.5 RPG 1.6 APG and a NCAA leading 4.4 BPG. If Noel had finished the regular season, I have no doubt he would've been on our All-SEC 1st Team list, if not an All-American.
By Caleb Slagle
Before the SEC tournament gets underway tomorrow, I thought it'd be nice to put on here which SEC teams I believe are playing their best basketball in the league right now. This time I'm going to just put who I believe to be the top teams in the league, nothing more, nothing less. I will release our NoseBleedReport SEC Honors later today.
5. Ole Miss
11. Texas A&M
12. Mississippi State
13. South Carolina
By Caleb Slagle
Here is my up to date SEC Power Rankings. Listed will be who I believe are the top teams in the SEC, their record, and their best player up to this point. (Parenthesis denotes conference record) Also here is my Midseason SEC Review if you want to compare.
1. Florida 19-3 (9-1) Kenny Boynton
2. Kentucky 17-6 (8-2) Nerlens Noel
3. Ole Miss 18-5 (7-3) Marshall Henderson
4. Missouri 17-6 (6-4) Phil Pressey
5. Alabama 15-8 (7-3) Trevor Releford
6. Georgia 12-11 (6-4) Kentavious Caldwell-Pope
7. Arkansas 14-9 (5-5) B.J. Young
8. Texas A&M 14-9 (4-6) Elston Turner
9. Tennessee 12-10 (4-6) Jordan McCrae
10. LSU 13-8 ( 4-6) Johnny O'Bryant III
11. Vanderbilt 9-13 (3-7) Kedren Johnson
12. Auburn 9-14 (3-7) Frankie Sullivan
13. South Carolina 12-11 (2-8) Michael Carrera
14. Mississippi State 7-15 (2-8) Fred Thomas
By Caleb Slagle
Before the SEC slate starts next week, I figured I would put together who I believe are the best teams in the SEC, as well as each team's MVP up to this point.
1. Florida MVP- Kenny Boynton
2. Missouri MVP- Laurence Bowers
3. Tennessee MVP- Trae Golden
4. Ole Miss MVP- Murphy Holloway
5. LSU MVP- Shavon Coleman
6. Kentucky MVP- Archie Goodwin
7. Texas A&M MVP- Elston Turner
8. Arkansas MVP- B.J. Young
9. South Carolina MVP- Lakeem Jackson
10. Alabama MVP- Trevor Releford
11. Georgia MVP- Kentavious Caldwell-Pope
12. Vanderbilt MVP- Kedren Johnson
13. Auburn MVP- Frankie Sullivan
14. Mississippi State MVP- Roquez Johnson