According to the most recent SB Country Responds survey, a complete one hundred percent of Michigan fans are positive the group is headed in the ideal direction. That’s up from 98 percent last week and 97 percent 2 weeks ago.

As has been stated over and over again for the in 2015, this season of college basketball has differed from any other. One of the most apparent changes is the lack of fans in presence.

A number of the country’s most challenging places have actually lost some of their radiance, giving road opponents more opportunities to make a win. That change hasn’t been lost on fans. According to the most recent SB Nation Responds study, just over half of college basketball fans think home-court advantage has vanished this season.

Despite the loss of a home-court advantage, a couple of groups have separated themselves from the rest of the country. The Gonzaga Bulldogs and Baylor Bears have been the two finest teams all season long. For now, those groups appear to have a stronghold on one-seeds in the NCAA Tournament.

But finding out which two groups should join them on the top lines is much harder. According to fans around the country, Villanova and Iowa are best positioned today. The Wildcats made 44 percent of the vote, just ahead of Iowa’s 43 percent. They were trailed by Michigan (36 percent), Texas (26 percent), Kansas (18 percent), Tennessee (14 percent), and Houston (7 percent).

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