In an ordinary time, this ranking of next season's top 25 players would be posted as confetti is still raining down on the winning team in the national championship game. This is no ordinary time, but we can still look ahead with hope.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/6W 48-34
- 11/10W 65-34
- 11/16W 60-42
- 11/19W 61-55
- 11/23W 58-46
- 11/24W 48-45
- 11/27W 46-26
- 12/4L 69-40
- 12/87W 56-47
- 12/18W 56-44
- 12/22L 70-59
- 12/29W 65-56
- 1/4W 65-39
- 1/7L 60-53
- 1/11L 63-55
- 1/159L 54-50
- 1/18W 63-58
- 1/20L 53-51
- 1/26W 65-63
- 1/285W 61-56
- 2/5W 51-44
- 2/85L 80-73
- 2/11W 50-49
- 2/15W 64-62
- 2/19W 78-65
- 2/22W 59-56
- 2/26W 56-53
- 2/297W 52-50
- 3/4W 46-44
- 3/710W 57-54
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To find the answer, ESPN compared the point differential for 140 teams in their tournament games leading into the Final Four to their spread total in those games.
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