View Poll Results: Who will be the 2006 NCAA Mens Basketball Champion???

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  • #4 LSU (27-8)

    14 35.90%
  • #2 UCLA (31-6)

    8 20.51%
  • #3 Florida (30-6)

    6 15.38%
  • #11 George Mason (27-7)

    11 28.21%
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    Default Who Is the Final Four Favorite???

    Or in other words...who wins it all???

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    GEORGE MASON PATRIOTS
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    i think florida is gonna be tough to beat. they are really playing well right now. of course i guess the other 3 are also, but there is something about this florida team that i like.
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    i would love to see george mason but lsu is tought to beat the way their playin right now w/ the freshman phenom and big baby there very good

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    GO GEORGE MASON! (The NCAA's version of Hoosiers)

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    I'm gonna pick Florida.

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    LSU over Florida in the ship

    George Mason is gonna have a tough time with Noah the most underrated player in the country. IMO if Florida can lock up Novas guards they can handle george masons guards. And Noah can get the big man. Uconn wasnt playing great basketball. LSU is so athletic Tyrus Thomas and Big Baby are playing amazing thank goodness there both most likely going to the league.
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    I think UCLA has to be the 'favorite.' They're the highest seed left tourney and they finished the year with the best record and highest ranking out of the four teams left.
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    Originally posted by gobbler grad
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    ditto

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    George Mason...

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    Originally posted by eagles_victory
    LSU is so athletic Tyrus Thomas and Big Baby are playing amazing thank goodness there both most likely going to the league.
    Thomas has moved himself up to being a top 5 pick in the draft...likely a top 3 and even a possible #1 if Aldridge doesn't come out. Davis however is projected as late 2nd round to undrafted. The scouts don't doubt his talent but his weight is a BIG issue to them. If he could get down to 270-280 then he would be a top 10 lock but until then he isn't projected to go very high. ESPN has him as their #87 NBA prospect as of today.

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    Originally posted by Adidas410s
    Thomas has moved himself up to being a top 5 pick in the draft...likely a top 3 and even a possible #1 if Aldridge doesn't come out. Davis however is projected as late 2nd round to undrafted. The scouts don't doubt his talent but his weight is a BIG issue to them. If he could get down to 270-280 then he would be a top 10 lock but until then he isn't projected to go very high. ESPN has him as their #87 NBA prospect as of today.
    i read he is an NFL prospect...

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    If the refs don't call touch fouls, then LSU wins it. They are just soooo physical.

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    I'd say LSU has the edge. I'd feel a lot better about it if they could hit a 3, though...

    Geaux Tigers!!!

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