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Dantheman's January 5th Bracketology

Posted on: January 5, 2010 1:46 am
My newest bracket is out. You can see the seedings below, but you have to click here to see the bracket .

Bracketology Seedings (Teams in No Particular Order):
1s: Kansas, Purdue, Texas, Kentucky
2s: Duke, Villanova, West Virginia, Syracuse
3s: Mississippi, Wisconsin, Connecticut, Kansas State
4s: Tennessee, Florida State, Georgetown, Gonzaga
5s: North Carolina, New Mexico, Pittsburgh, Michigan State
6s: Clemson, BYU, Washington, Georgia Tech
7s: Ohio State, UNLV, Florida, Temple
8s: Texas Tech, Northern Iowa, Butler, Minnesota
9s: Rhode Island, Louisville, Dayton, Oregon
10s: Oklahoma State, Baylor, UAB, California
11s: Memphis, St. Marys, Wake Forest, William & Mary
12s: Texas A&M, Vanderbilt. Cincinnati, Cornell
13s: South Alabama, Western Carolina, Siena, Akron
14s: Louisiana Tech, Murray State, Charleston Southern, Vermont
15s: Stephen F. Austin, Campbell, Pacific, Oakland
16s: Bethune-Cookman, Prarie View A&M, Weber State, Army, Robert Morris
Category: NCAAB
Tags: Bracketology

Since: Dec 20, 2006
Posted on: January 6, 2010 1:06 pm

Dantheman's January 5th Bracketology

 Nice to see the Ducks in at a 9, and I don't think it is as temporary as you say it is. The win over Washington wasn't a fluke, the Ducks came in and dominated the Huskies in the backcourt and in the paint. This is not just an Oregon team a year older than last season. Armstead is a confident floor leader that makes his team better, as well as being able to score himself, and this last weekend could be the debut of Michael Dunigan as a dominating big man.

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