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Miller: Bracketology shows are Sesame Street children’s shows

Indiana is on the bubble heading into the Big Ten tournament. Archie Miller disagrees with that assessment.

Head coach Archie Miller of the Indiana Hoosiers directs his team in the game against the Minnesota Golden Gophers during the first half at Assembly Hall on March 04, 2020 in Bloomington, Indiana. Photo by Justin Casterline/Getty Images

Indiana Hoosiers head coach Archie Miller doesn’t care for your bracketology, and he’s not afraid to tell you. Following the Hoosiers’ 60-56 loss to Wisconsin to close out their regular season, Miller unloaded on bracketology television shows. He compared them to Sesame Street, claiming they are children’s shows.

Indiana is 51 in the NET, and 38 in Ken Pom. With the loss today they’re 5-10 in Quadrant 1 games, and 4-2 in Quadrant 2 matchups. The Big Ten was for sure the toughest league in America this year, but 19-12 and 9-11 leaves them with potentially some work to do depending on how many bid steals might happen. Keep an eye peeled here for those.

Jerry Palm at CBS had Indiana as a No. 10 seed heading into action today, and his former best friend Joe Lunardi (an A-10 grad from St. Joe’s, by the way) had them as an No. 11 seed and heading to the First Four in Dayton. Today’s loss as a 2.5 favorite at home on Senior Day might have been enough to knock them out.