Questions For The Competition is a weekly column that addresses our issues with the brackets of other bracketology "experts." This week's questions are reserved for ESPN's Joe Lunardi, SI.com's Andy Glockner, and CBSSports.com and CollegeRPI.com's Jerry Palm. Keep in mind that these questions are about each expert's most recent bracket, all of which were released before Monday's games.
Joe Lunardi (ESPN) - Feb. 8 Bracket
You aren't the only person to (stupidly) have this, but if the season ended today, the A-10 would really get as many bids as the Big East? Really??
Not only do you only have six Big East teams in, your last FIVE teams out are all from the Big East? Way to make the tough decisions on the bubble, Joe.
We're happy to see you finally put Florida in...welcome to reality.
How is St. Mary's a 9? They have a better resume than Florida?
How is BYU still a 4 seed after losing at UNLV?
Andy Glockner (SI.com) - Feb. 8 Bracket
You did Lunardi one better - six A-10 and FIVE Big East? There is a zero percent chance that the second best league in the country (RPI-wise at least) would get as many as the sixth best conference.
Why did you hate on Virginia Tech on Twitter...and then put them in your bracket? (We knew you'd have the Hokies in.)
How is Cal an 8 seed?
Jerry Palm (CBS, CollegeRPI.com) - Feb. 8 Bracket
How is Temple still a 3 seed after losing at Richmond?
Not only do you have six A-10 teams in, you have them all getting single digit seeds? Obsessed with the RPI much? How is Dayton an 8?
How is Oklahoma State a 9?