As long as UK shows up, WKU will fall

Kyle Wiltjer - photo by Regina Rickert | WildcatWorld.comIt’s called March Madness, so let’s indulge just a moment in some crazy talk.  Could No. 16-seeded Western University stun No. 1-overall Tournament seed when the intrastate foes meet Thursday night in the NCAA Tournament round of 64 in Louisville?  There is almost no metric to suggest it is even possible.  Since 1985, there have been 108 matchups between No. 1 seeds and No. 16s — and No. 1s are 108-0.

 

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