For the local college basketball teams, the question of what constitutes a good season is relatively simple Maryland, Virginia and VCU and rather complicated for Georgetown.
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Despite a stellar resume, the Virginia Cavaliers did not land a 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. But that doesn't matter much to the oddsmakers in Las Vegas looking at Virginia's chances for the Final Four.
With three losses on the season, all to ranked teams, how exactly did Virginia fall to a No. 2 seed?
For months it seemed Virginia would be a No. 1 seed, but when the brackets were released, Tony Bennett's Cavs landed a No. 2 seed in the East region.