Leaked Women's Tourney Brackets

WindyCityGopher

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SPOILER ALERT: DON'T READ FURTHER IF YOU WANT TO BE SURPRISED ABOUT WHETHER THE GOPHERS MADE THE NCAA TOURNAMENT.



Brackets for tonight's women's tourney announcement show were briefly shown on ESPNU and some guy on Twitter captured them. Bad news is the Gophers don't appear to have made it, while 6 B1G teams did: Iowa, Maryland, Michigan, Mich. State, Indiana and Rutgers.

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Not just some guy. It was Blake DuDonis.

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And the selection show was on ESPN 2 at 4 PM our time, versus the 6 PM that was "scheduled". Wonder if the "leaks" changed that. ESPN was running a ticker at 4 PM that the selection show was on....

And, Blake is the spouse of our assistant coach Carly for those who don't recognize his name.
 

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And the selection show was on ESPN 2 at 4 PM our time, versus the 6 PM that was "scheduled". Wonder if the "leaks" changed that. ESPN was running a ticker at 4 PM that the selection show was on....

And, Blake is the spouse of our assistant coach Carly for those who don't recognize his name.
I didn't see the ticker; but I was checking out NCAA WBB twitter and they were tweeting reaction shots. Pretty funny.
 

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And the selection show was on ESPN 2 at 4 PM our time, versus the 6 PM that was "scheduled". Wonder if the "leaks" changed that. ESPN was running a ticker at 4 PM that the selection show was on....

And, Blake is the spouse of our assistant coach Carly for those who don't recognize his name.
Apparently it did affect ESPN's planned programming.

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