Florida’s success over Tennessee has at any rate given it some space to breathe in the race for an opening in the NCAA Tournament. With the 75-49 victory triumph, CBS Sports actually has the 7-4 Gators in its 68-group field.
As indicated by the most recent projection, delivered Wednesday, UF is a No. 10 seed, close to the lower end of the field however over the Last Four In, which means Florida could keep away from a play-in game.
This section has the Gators attracting USC the first round at Lucas Oil Stadium before they would almost certainly take on No. 2-cultivated Kansas. The No. 1 seed in Florida’s district (recorded here as having the territorial elimination rounds and finals played at Hinkle Fieldhouse, Butler’s home court) is Gonzaga.
As most projected sections do, CBS’ shows a moderately frail portrayal from the SEC, with just four other gathering groups in the field: No. 2 Tennessee, No. 3 Missouri, No. 5 Alabama and No. 7 LSU.
There are as yet 11 gathering games staying for Florida, and two or three awful misfortunes would particularly endanger its competition possibilities. Yet, the Gators acquired a significant resume-supporter with the success over the Volunteers.