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NCAA Tournament Projections

Posted on: February 17, 2008 9:08 pm
Edited on: February 20, 2008 11:19 am
 
Here are my NCAA Tournament Projections for the week starting February 18. These projections were made before the end of the UCLA/USC game. I will change my projections accordingly to the results of those games.

America East (1)


Conference Champ: Maryland-Baltimore County
At-large: none
Bubble Watch: none

ACC (5)

Conference Champ: North Carolina
At-large: Duke, Clemson, Maryland, Miami
Bubble Watch: Wake Forest, North Carolina State

Atlantic 10 (4)

Conference Champ: Xavier
At-large: Rhode Island, St. Joseph's, Dayton
Bubble Watch: Massachusetts

Atlantic Sun (1)


Conference Champ: Belmont
At-large: none
Bubble Watch: none

Big 12 (6)

Conference Champ: Kansas
At-large: Texas, Texas A&M, Kansas State, Oklahoma, Baylor
Bubble Watch: none

Big East (8)


Conference Champ: Georgetown
At-large: Connecticut, Louisville, Notre Dame, Marquette, Pittsburgh, West Virginia, Syracuse
Bubble Watch: Villanova, Seton Hall

Big Sky (1)

Conference Champ: Portland State
At-large: none
Bubble Watch: none

Big South (1)

Conference Champ: Winthrop
At-large: none
Bubble Watch: none

Big Ten (5)

Conference Champ: Wisconsin
At-large: Purdue, Indiana, Michigan State, Ohio State
Bubble Watch: none

Big West (1)

Conference Champ: Cal State Northridge
At-large: none
Bubble Watch: none

Colonial (1)


Conference Champ: Virginia Commonwealth
At-large: none
Bubble Watch: George Mason

Conference USA (1)

Conference Champ: Memphis
At-large: none
Bubble Watch: Houston

Horizon League (1)


Conference Champ: Butler
At-large: none
Bubble Watch: none

*Independents (0)

Conference Champ: Texas-Pan American
At-large: none
Bubble Watch: none

*The Independents do not get an automatic bid.

**Ivy (1)

Conference Champ: Cornell
At-large: none
Bubble Watch: none

**The Ivy league does not have a conference tournament. The regular season champion gets the automatic bid.

Metro Atlantic (1)


Conference Champ: Siena
At-large: none
Bubble Watch: none

Mid-American (1)

Conference Champ: Kent State
At-large: none
Bubble Watch: none

Mid-Eastern (1)

Conference Champ: Morgan State
At-large: none
Bubble Watch: none

Missouri Valley (1)


Current Leader: Drake
Conference Champ: Drake
At-large: none
Bubble Watch: Illinois State

Mountain West (2)

Conference Champ: BYU
At-large: UNLV
Bubble Watch: New Mexico

Northeast (1)


Conference Champ: Robert Morris
At-large: none
Bubble Watch: none

Ohio Valley (1)

Conference Champ: Austin Peay
At-large: none
Bubble Watch: none

Pac-10 (6)

Conference Champ: UCLA
At-large: Stanford, Washington State, Arizona, Southern Cal, Arizona State
Bubble Watch: Oregon, California

Patriot (1)

Conference Champ: American
At-large: none
Bubble Watch: none

SEC (5)

Conference Champ: Tennessee
At-large: Vanderbilt, Mississippi State, Arkansas, Florida
Bubble Watch: Mississippi, Kentucky

Southern (1)

Conference Champ: Davidson
At-large: none
Bubble Watch: none

Southland (1)

Conference Champ: Stephen F. Austin
At-large: none
Bubble Watch: none

Summit League (1)


Conference Champ: Oral Roberts
At-large: none
Bubble Watch: none

SWAC (1)

Conference Champ: Alabama State
At-large: none
Bubble Watch: none

Sun Belt (1)


Conference Champ: South Alabama
At-large: none
Bubble Watch: Western Kentucky

WAC (1)

Conference Champ: Utah State
At-large: none
Bubble Watch: Boise State, Nevada

West Coast (2)


Conference Champ: St. Mary's
At-large: Gonzaga
Bubble Watch: none

Last 4 in:

62. UNLV
63. Miami
64. Florida
65. Dayton

Last 4 out:

66. Wake Forest
67. Western Kentucky
68. Mississippi
69. Illinois State

Next 4 out:

70. New Mexico
71. Houston
72. Oregon
73. Massachusetts
Comments

Since: Nov 18, 2006
Posted on: February 25, 2008 3:03 pm
 

NCAA Tournament Projections

For those Ivy League fans, while the rest of the country battles it out over the first two weeks of March, Cornell could wrap up the first NCAA bid this Friday (Feb 29th) with a win at home over Dartmouth. Go Big Red!!




Since: Aug 4, 2007
Posted on: February 24, 2008 9:59 am
 

NCAA Tournament Projections

I should have said:

The one you are currently posting on is not the most recent one.



Since: Aug 4, 2007
Posted on: February 24, 2008 9:58 am
 

NCAA Tournament Projections

I have from Friday. This is not the most recent one. I will have another one by tomorrow.



Since: Feb 12, 2008
Posted on: February 24, 2008 4:05 am
 

NCAA Tournament Projections

ay wats up this has nothin to do with yor comments, but just sayin wats up cuz u a cardinals fan4 college basketball. u think Louisville wiil win the NCAA championship? cuz i think they have a great shot. We have a lot of length szie and speed. We can beat anybody in the country



Since: Feb 12, 2008
Posted on: February 24, 2008 3:33 am
 

NCAA Tournament Projections

idk about that but if they run into Louisville damn right they wont go any where. My Louisville team is rockinn wooo, we gon beat Pittsburgh tomorrow. Tennessee and Memphis r very good teams especially Tennessee, but if neither rof them see Loiusville in the tournament, one of them will go downn. So im sayin Memphis or Tennesee can go to the Fianl four but u heardd what i said



Since: Dec 23, 2007
Posted on: February 24, 2008 3:27 am
 

NCAA Tournament Projections

Prediction..Neither Tennessee or Memphis makes it to the Final Four this year...



Since: Feb 12, 2008
Posted on: February 24, 2008 3:21 am
 

NCAA Tournament Projections

I believe Louisville will win the Big East, win the Big East tournament , then go all they way and win the NCAA Championship just believe in my Cards. They will get it done. Jerry Smith T Wii, David Padget, Earl Clark,  Edgar sosa , Andre McGee, Juan Palacios, Derrick Caracter , and Preston Knowles will all bring it. We cards be rockin. Also we got a Hall of Famer in Rick Pitino, cant say enoughh.



Since: Mar 5, 2007
Posted on: February 23, 2008 7:52 pm
 

NCAA Tournament Projections

  The MVC will have 2 teams because Drake will not win the MVC tournament.



Since: Jan 1, 2008
Posted on: February 23, 2008 3:46 pm
 

NCAA Tournament Projections

Ohio U just beat George Mason. Now would you put them as a bubble team. They're almost as good as syracuse which I think they can beat.



Since: Feb 7, 2007
Posted on: February 23, 2008 10:31 am
 

NCAA Tournament Projections

Miami's rpi is 28 as of now they are in...I wish you knew what you were talking about


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