Injuries can hurt on Selection Sunday
A look at how the selection committee weighs injuries on potential tourney teams
Before the NCAA tournament expanded to 64 teams and predicting seeds became a vogue topic, the impact of injuries was limited to whether or not a player would be available for tournament play. Now, with more teams and more variables impacting seeding, the walking wounded can affect everything from seeding to playing location.
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