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Posted on: February 9, 2011 5:31 pm
Edited on: February 10, 2011 4:13 pm
(disregarding regions)

1 Ohio State
16 Northern Colorado/Long Island

9 Florida St.

4 Connecticut
13 Oakland

5 Texas A&M
12 St. John's

6 West Virginia
11 Clemson

3 Florida
14 Fairfield

7 Marquette
10 Richmond

2 Notre Dame
15 Col. of Charleston

1 Kansas
16 Northwestern St./Texas Southern

9 Cincinnati

4 Louisville
13 Wichita St.

5 Kentucky
12 Princeton

6 Utah St.
11 George Mason

3 Syracuse
14 Belmont

7 Vanderbilt
10 Washington

2 Duke
15 Bucknell

1 Pittsburgh
16 Hampton

8 Baylor
9 Temple

4 Wisconsin
13 Kent St.

5 Arizona
12 Illinois/Cleveland St.

6 St. Mary's
11 Colorado St.

3 Georgetown
14 Coastal Carolina

7 Tennessee
10 Alabama

15 Murray St.

1 Texas
16 Long Beach St.

8 Minnesota

4 Purdue
13 Valparaiso

12 Southern Miss/Kansas St.

6 Missouri
11 VCU

3 Villanova
14 Vermont

7 Xavier
10 Georgia

2 San Diego St.
15 Florida Atlantic

Conference Breakdown:
America East-1   Big East-11       Big 12-6           Horizon-2                   MEAC-1                      Ohio Valley-1        Southern-1            SWAC-1
ACC-4                  Big Sky-1          Big West-1        Ivy-1                         Missouri Valley-1        Pac-10-3              Southland-1          WAC-1
Atlantic Sun-1     Big South-1      Colonial-2        Mid-American-1       Mountain West-4        Patriot-1                   Summit-1     West Coast-1
Atlantic 10-3       Big 10-5           C-USA-2          MAAC-1                    Northeast-1                 SEC-6                     Sun Belt-1

Category: NCAAB

Since: Dec 19, 2010
Posted on: February 11, 2011 7:26 am


Good predictions at this point in season.  Big East dominating again with number of team in the tourney but the meaning of that may be exaggerated because theres like 30 teams in the Big East.  Either way, it's the deepest, most talented, most competitive conference in all NCAA again this year.  ACC is a shell of its former self.  A 2-team conference.  Big East should bring back BC, add Notre Dame football and cut Seton Hall and Providence down to the A-10.

Since: Mar 6, 2009
Posted on: February 10, 2011 3:11 pm


I see where you're coming from, especially with the conference tournaments deciding the lesser conferences' bids. I wanted to put out a bracket as of now-and will edit it when needed (as you mentioned-if Wisconsin beat Ohio State).

Since: Dec 16, 2008
Posted on: February 9, 2011 11:44 pm


Awesome redsox, but I dont see 13-10 St Johns getting in at this point. I love bracketology!

Since: Jul 22, 2010
Posted on: February 9, 2011 11:21 pm


 First off, things can change so much in the next 3 weeks, so why bother.  I see why nobody is responding to this thread now.  We have the Buckeyes at Wisconsin this weekend, there I picked one game, that could change things dramatically.  Don't jump the gun, to many games to be played!  I wouldn't even think about guessing, at least until the conference tournaments.

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