At press time, Harbaugh had sent Michigan’s athletic department an envelope containing a heavily annotated seating chart, a list of the 63,000 seat views he had found unsatisfactory, and a glowing 70-page report on section 25, row 12, seat 9, which he claimed is “exactly what the great sport of football is all about.”
#5 Michigan vs. #12 IU.
Earlier: #11 UW defeats #6 IL 58-57
title pretty much says it all.
Also of note: Carolina as 8th seed could be dangerous for Louisville in third round
Minnesota meeting Gonzaga in another 8/1 seed in third round could be interesting as well.
via umhoops - Updated after Wisconsin/MSU
So I was curious how each team in the B1G was doing Home vs Away, and decided to do a quick compilation of some data. Here are resulting charts (H means home team won, A means away team won, N means that game does not happen, and U means it's an upcoming game still):
And a chart with just the records by team:
As most of us are aware, Michigan is the only team with a perfect record at home in the B1G so far this year. For as bad as Michigan has played on the road this year, Minnesota has the biggest difference in win percentage for home/road games. Michigan comes in at #2, and Iowa at #3.
The average B1G team wins 64% of their home games to just 36% of their away games. I'd be curious to see how that compares to other conferences, but I'm too lazy right now to try to dig up the data for that.
Thought I'd create a thread for the rest of the action tonight. #6 Miami just lost at home to Georgia Tech which should help Michigan for seeding.
#5 Georgetown and #13 OK State already went down.
EDIT: And #23 UCLA goes down by 12. Another one bites the dust.
EDIT: It's done, #12 New Mexico wins by 13. No upset here.
EDIT: It's over, Xavier beats #16 St. Louis 11 in OT. MOAR UPSETS!!!!!
The upsets keep coming.