A real estate site has pitted college basketball coaches’ homes against each other in head-to-head likability contests based on users’ votes.

Real estate site Redfin has organized a tournament of homes, so to speak, to coincide with the March Madness basketball tournament, and the home of Villanova’s Jay Wright was slated to go head-to-head in the first round against the home of Miami coach Jim Larranaga.

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Redfin users can cast a vote on which house they prefer in a contest that will go through Sunday, according to Alina Ptaszynski, Redfin's senior communications specialist.

Wright’s home in Radnor Hunt, Pennsylvania, cost the coach $1.6 million in 2009 but is now estimated to be worth slightly less, at $1.5 million, according to Redfin, which added that Larranaga’s Florida home was purchased for around $1.33 million in 2014.