So looking ahead to the NCAA's it looks like the Gators will be somewhere between and 4-6 seed with 5 or 6 most likely according to most projections. Which teams with a similar or lower seed would you like to avoid in the first two rounds. After that all bets are off and getting in as a 5-6 you assume you will be playing a 1-2 in the Sweet 16 and later rounds, but who would you rather side step early? The teams I hope to avoid in the first 2 rounds include some we've already played. I'd start with Gonzaga. I see them projected as a 4 seed which seems pretty low actually considering their AP rank and winning streak but means we could meet them in the second round. There's the fact that they were a play or two away from last years Natty and are for some reason a sleeper to make another deep run. And we were playing our best offensively last game, and it still took OT to get out with the win. Since then they've been hot as hell and we've been, well wildly inconsistent. Plus the zags have a helluva coach and ours is still cutting his teeth. Second is FSU. For whatever reason they play out of their minds recently when we play them, and we seem to really struggle against their size. If they drop to a 11 seed it's possible the wise-asses on the committee could match us up in the first round. I'd rather not. I do think their coach is pretty weak though, so at least we wouldn't feel over-matched in that dept, and it would be sweet to end their dance in a hurry. WVU. Joe Lunardi has us meeting them in the second round as the 4-5 matchup. I hope he's wrong because I don't think we would matchup that well against them. They can match our speed and intensity and beat us in the toughness dept. If the refs let it get physical they can knock you around like a pinball which leads to a lot of turnovers. And they have good guard play and rim protectors. They also have an experienced coach even if he looks drunk or hungover most of the time and like he just woke up and threw on his dirty windbreaker pullover and headed to work. Who you got?