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March Madness 2011 Bracket: Falling Ohio State

So the Ohio State Buckeyes winning percentage is dropping like a rock after their second loss of the season this time at Purdue 63-76, but how about Ohio State's March Madness 2011 bracket seeding is it falling as well? Well 2011 as many have said and we would agree with is a year of many very good teams and no great teams, so the answer is no. Until the Buckeyes loss we were all holding out hope that they were a great team but in the back of our minds we all knew it wasn't true, they are a very good team. There is no shame in loosing at Wisconsin and Purdue, but they lost both rather convincingly and it is clear that they aren't enough better than either of those two teams to be a great team.  So now back to the Ohio State's bracket seeding we consider them to still be a one seed and see that holding, we know many of you would like to see more shakeup and have them fall out of the one line but it won't happen. The Big Ten conference is probably the second best conference in the nation behind the Big East and if the Buckeyes go through it with only two losses both at the hands of the conferences other power teams, well what more can you really ask for? Frankly we don't believe Duke, Texas, Pitt, or Kansas would have less losses in the Big Ten and that is your answer as to why they don't fall. Of course are final thought is Ohio State was probably a little lucky to make it as far as they did without a loss.

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