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The W - Basketball - Interesting Sooner tidbit
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The Amazing Salami
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Since: 23.5.02
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Last year Oklahoma was a No. 1 seed in the NCAA. This year, they will go to the NIT after having a wretched season.

I wonder if there are any facts out there on how often a team that was a No. 1 did not even make the tournament the next year.



At least some day maybe I'll understand why some day maybe you never can. Or something like that.
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Marquette is a Final Four team that didn't make the tournament the following year. Not the same, but similar. I think it was mentioned who last did that (I'll check).



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StaggerLee
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I believe Villanova missed the tourney after winning it in 84.



I was once WOTD, and nobody bothered to tell me?
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