It’s Friday, which means it’s time for another K-State Q&A.
Let’s go ahead and jump into your questions. Thanks, as always, for asking them.
@KellisRobinett K-State is a tourney lock now, right? What's the best possible seed? Worst?
— Brian McCandless (@ksubmac) February 27, 2014
Yeah, K-State will be a part of March Madness. Ending the regular season with three losses, falling to the No. 7 seed in the Big 12 Tournament and losing to TCU in Kansas City would leave the Wildcats sweating on Selection Sunday, but I think they will make it. The bubble is very soft this year. No team that goes .500 in the Big 12 is missing the NCAA Tournament. They face a wide scenario of seeds, though. If they win out and hoist a trophy in Kansas City they could be looking at a 5 seed. Four straight losses could put them in the First Four. More realistically, they will win two or three more games and claim a seed in the 7-10 range. Right now, most online projections have them as a No. 9 seed.