Tag:Bracketology
Posted on: March 14, 2008 6:56 pm
 

March 14 Bracketology Midday Update

Friday's Bracketology (Through all of Friday's Games)
1s: Memphis (31-1),Tennessee (29-3), North Carolina (30-2), UCLA (27-3)
2s:Kansas (27-3) Duke (26-5), Georgetown (26-4), Texas (27-5)
3s: Xavier (27-5), Stanford (24-6), Louisville (24-7), Wisconsin (27-4)
4s:
Butler (29-3), Drake (27-4), Marquette (24-8), Notre Dame (25-7)
5s:
Indiana (25-6), Michigan State (24-6), Connecticut (23-8), Vanderbilt (26-7)
6s: Washington State (24-7), BYU (26-6), Purdue (24-7), Clemson (22-8)
7s: USC (20-10), Mississippi State (20-9), Gonzaga (23-7), Pittsburgh (22-9)
8s:
Kansas State (20-10), West Virginia (23-9), Oklahoma (21-10), Arkansas (21-10)
9s:
Texas A&M (23-9), Miami (22-10), St. Mary's (23-6), UNLV (24-7)
10s:
Kent State (24-6), South Alabama (26-6), Kentucky (18-11), Davidson (24-6)
11s:
Massachusetts (21-10), Baylor (21-10), Illinois State (24-9), Arizona (19-14)
12s:
Villanova (20-12), Western Kentucky (27-6), New Mexico (24-8), Ohio State (19-13)
13s: Utah State (23-9)
, George Mason (23-10), San Diego (23-10), Winthrop (22-11)
14s: Cornell (19-5), Belmont (25-8),
Oral Roberts (24-8),
Siena (22-10)
15s: UMBC (22-8), Lamar (19-10),CSU-Northridge (20-9),
Austin Peay (24-10)
16s: Alabama State (20-9), Morgan State (21-9)
, Portland State (23-9),
Mount St Mary's (18-14),
American (21-11)

Last Four In: Arizona, Ohio State,Villanova, Illinois State
Last Four Out:
Virginia Commonwealth, Arizona State, Virginia Tech, Oregon
Next Four Out:
Dayton,Syracuse, Saint Josephs, UAB
The Next Few Out:
Temple, Mississippi, Maryland, Florida

Moved In: None
Fell Out:
None
Moving Up Quickly:
None
Sliding Down Quickly:
None


Locks (31) For At Large Bids:

ACC (4):

Atlantic Ten (1):
Big East (7):

Big Ten (4):
Big 12 (4):

Conference USA (1):
Mountain West (1):
Pac 10 (4):

SEC (3):
West Coast (2):


Automatic Bid Winners:
1)Cornell (Ivy League)
2)Winthrop (Big South)
3)Austin Peay (Ohio Valley)
4)Belmont (Atlantic Sun)
5) Drake (Missouri Valley)
6)
George Mason (CAA)
7)
Siena (MAAC)
8)
Davidson (Southern)
9)
San Diego (WCC)
10)
Oral Roberts (Summit)
11)
Butler (Horizon)
12)
Western Kentucky (Sun Belt)
13) Mount St Mary's (NEC)
14) Portland State (Big Sky)
15)
American (Patriot League)

Category: NCAAB
Tags: Bracketology
 
Posted on: March 14, 2008 12:48 am
Edited on: March 14, 2008 7:30 am
 

March 14 Bracketology: Miss, Florida, UAB DONE!

Villanova was out of my bracket and then back in it today after all the other bubble teams seemed to lose. The Wildcats loss to Georgetown didn't help a whole lot but they probably do deserve a bid over Arizona State and Oregon (pending a large review of their resumes in the next few days). Right now it feels like there is a huge separation between the teams that are in and the bubble teams. I'd say that only a few teams can still earn spots.

Bubble Teams that lost on Thursday (11): Arizona, New Mexico, Mississippi, Maryland, Massachusetts, Oregon, Arizona State, Baylor, Dayton, Villanova, Florida

What Thursday means: In my opinion Thursday means that a lot of teams are now locked in. Anyone that is a 10 seed or higher in the bracket below is very likely to be in the field when the 65 are announced on Selection Sunday.

Note: Teams could swap and fall in and out of my bracket before Selection Sunday without playing another game. I have to look at everyone's profiles and try to decide on the 65 best teams.


Thursday's Bracketology (Through all of Thursday's Games)
1s: Memphis (30-1),Tennessee (28-3), North Carolina (29-2), UCLA (27-3)
2s:Kansas (27-3) Duke (26-5), Georgetown (26-4), Texas (26-5)
3s: Xavier (27-5), Stanford (24-6), Louisville (24-7), Wisconsin (26-4)
4s:
Vanderbilt (26-6), Butler (29-3), Drake (27-4), Marquette (24-8)
5s:
Indiana (25-6), Michigan State (24-6), Connecticut (23-8), Notre Dame (25-7)
6s: Washington State (24-7), BYU (26-6), Purdue (24-7), Clemson (22-8)
7s: USC (20-10), Mississippi State (20-9), Gonzaga (23-7), Pittsburgh (22-9)
8s:
Kansas State (20-10), West Virginia (23-9), Oklahoma (21-10), Miami (22-9)
9s:
Texas A&M (23-9), Arkansas (20-10), St. Mary's (23-6), UNLV (24-7)
10s:
Kent State (24-6), South Alabama (26-6), Kentucky (18-11), Davidson (24-6)
11s:
Ohio State, (19-12), Massachusetts (21-10), Baylor (21-10), Illinois State (24-9)
12s:
Villanova (20-12), Western Kentucky (27-6), Arizona (19-14), New Mexico (24-8)
13s: Utah State (23-9)
, George Mason (23-10), San Diego (23-10), Winthrop (22-11)
14s: Cornell (19-5), Belmont (25-8),
Oral Roberts (24-8), Austin Peay (24-10)
15s: UMBC (22-8), Lamar (19-10),CSU-Northridge (20-9),
American (20-11)
16s: Alabama State (20-9), Morgan State (21-9),
Siena (22-10), Portland State (23-9),
Mount St Mary's (18-14)

Last Four In: Baylor , Arizona,Villanova, Illinois State
Last Four Out:
Virginia Commonwealth, Arizona State, Virginia Tech, Oregon
Next Four Out:
Dayton,Syracuse, Saint Josephs, UAB
The Next Few Out:
Temple, Mississippi, Maryland, Florida

Moved In: Illinois State
Fell Out:
Arizona State
Moving Up Quickly:
None
Sliding Down Quickly:
None


Locks (31) For At Large Bids:

ACC (4):

Atlantic Ten (1):
Big East (7):

Big Ten (4):
Big 12 (4):

Conference USA (1):
Mountain West (1):
Pac 10 (4):

SEC (3):
West Coast (2):


Automatic Bid Winners:
1)Cornell (Ivy League)
2)Winthrop (Big South)
3)Austin Peay (Ohio Valley)
4)Belmont (Atlantic Sun)
5) Drake (Missouri Valley)
6)
George Mason (CAA)
7)
Siena (MAAC)
8)
Davidson (Southern)
9)
San Diego (WCC)
10)
Oral Roberts (Summit)
11)
Butler (Horizon)
12)
Western Kentucky (Sun Belt)
13) Mount St Mary's (NEC)
14) Portland State (Big Sky)

Category: NCAAB
Tags: Bracketology
 
Posted on: March 13, 2008 5:41 pm
Edited on: March 13, 2008 5:42 pm
 

March 13 Midday Update: Goodbye UAB, Arizona St

This is through the early morning & afternoon games on Thursday. You can officially rule out UAB for an at large berth after losing to Tulsa. Arizona State is also now on the ropes after losing to USC. I have moved the Sun Devils out and I don't believe they will be happy on Selection Sunday. Villanova's loss to Georgetown left their hopes up in the air but I don't see how they get a bid either...unless the committee counts their questionable losses to N. C. State and Georgetown as wins (because of questionable refereeing late in the game). Huge wins today for West Virginia, BYU, and Miami (FL). All three are locked in the tournament. Also I type this Colorado just knocked off Baylor in two overtimes. The Bears are now in HUGE trouble, but for now they stay in my field until tonight when I can look over their profile a little bit more. Here's the bracket:


Thursday's Bracketology (Through half of Thursday's Games)
1s: Memphis (30-1),Tennessee (28-3), North Carolina (29-2), UCLA (27-3)
2s:Kansas (27-3) Duke (26-5), Georgetown (26-4), Texas (26-5)
3s: Xavier (27-5), Stanford (24-6), Louisville (24-7), Wisconsin (26-4)
4s:
Notre Dame (25-6), Vanderbilt (26-6), Butler (29-3), Drake (27-4)
5s:
Marquette (22-8), Indiana (25-6), Michigan State (24-6), Connecticut (23-8)
6s: Washington State (23-7), BYU (26-6), Purdue (24-7), Clemson (22-8)
7s: USC (20-10), Mississippi State (20-9), Gonzaga (23-7), Miami (22-9)
8s:
Kansas State (20-10), West Virginia (23-9), Oklahoma (21-10), St. Mary's (23-6)
9s:
Texas A&M (22-9), Pittsburgh (21-9), Massachusetts (21-9), Arkansas (20-10)
10s:
UNLV (23-7),Kent State (23-6),, South Alabama (26-6), Kentucky (18-11)
11s:
Davidson (24-6) , New Mexico (24-7), Arizona (19-13), Ohio State, (19-12)
12s:
Oregon (18-12), Baylor (21-10),Illinois State (24-9), Western Kentucky (27-6)
13s: Utah State (23-9)
, George Mason (23-10), San Diego (23-10), Winthrop (22-11)
14s: Cornell (19-5), Belmont (25-8),
Oral Roberts (24-8), Austin Peay (24-10)
15s: UMBC (22-8), Lamar (19-10),CSU-Northridge (20-9),
American (20-11)
16s: Alabama State (20-9), Morgan State (21-9),
Siena (22-10), Portland State (23-9),
Mount St Mary's (18-14)

Last Four In: Kentucky, Baylor , Arizona, Oregon
Last Four Out: Villanova, Virginia Commonwealth, Florida, Arizona State
Next Four Out:
Dayton, Virginia Tech,Syracuse, Saint Josephs
The Next Few Out: Creighton, Mississippi, Maryland, UAB

Moved In: Illinois State, Oregon
Fell Out: Arizona State, Villanova
Moving Up Quickly:
None
Sliding Down Quickly:
None

Locks (29) For At Large Bids:

ACC (4):

Atlantic Ten (1):
Big East (7):

Big Ten (4):
Big 12 (2):
Conference USA (1):
Mountain West (1):
Pac 10 (4):

SEC (3):
West Coast (2):


Automatic Bid Winners:
1)Cornell (Ivy League)
2)Winthrop (Big South)
3)Austin Peay (Ohio Valley)
4)Belmont (Atlantic Sun)
5) Drake (Missouri Valley)
6)
George Mason (CAA)
7)
Siena (MAAC)
8)
Davidson (Southern)
9)
San Diego (WCC)
10)
Oral Roberts (Summit)
11)
Butler (Horizon)
12)
Western Kentucky (Sun Belt)
13) Mount St Mary's (NEC)
14) Portland State (Big Sky)

Category: NCAAB
Tags: Bracketology
 
Posted on: March 12, 2008 11:37 pm
Edited on: March 13, 2008 12:08 am
 

March 13 Bracketology: Say Bye to Cuse and RI

Wednesday's Bracketology (After all Wednesday's games)
1s: Memphis (30-1),Tennessee (28-3), North Carolina (29-2), UCLA (27-3)
2s:Kansas (27-3) Duke (26-5), Georgetown (25-4), Texas (26-5)
3s: Xavier (25-5), Stanford (24-6), Louisville (24-7), Wisconsin (26-4)
4s:
Notre Dame (25-6), Vanderbilt (25-6), Connecticut (23-7), Butler (29-3)
5s:
Drake (27-4), Marquette (22-8), Indiana (25-6), Michigan State (24-6)
6s: Washington State (23-7), BYU (25-6), Purdue (24-7), Clemson (22-8)
7s: USC (19-10), Mississippi State (20-9), Gonzaga (23-7), Miami (21-9)
8s:
Kansas State (20-10), West Virginia (22-9), Oklahoma (21-10), St. Mary's (23-6)
9s:
Texas A&M (22-9), Pittsburgh (21-9), Massachusetts (21-9), Arkansas (20-10)
10s:
UNLV (23-7),Kent State (23-6), Baylor (21-9), South Alabama (26-6)
11s:
Davidson (24-6) , New Mexico (24-7),Arizona State (19-11), Kentucky (18-11)
12s:
Ohio State, (19-12), Villanova (20-11), Arizona (19-13), Western Kentucky (27-6)
13s: Utah State (23-9)
, George Mason (23-10), San Diego (23-10), Winthrop (22-11)
14s: Cornell (19-5), Belmont (25-8),
Oral Roberts (24-8), Austin Peay (24-10)
15s: UMBC (22-8), Lamar (19-10),CSU-Northridge (20-9),
American (20-11)
16s: Alabama State (20-9), Morgan State (21-9),
Siena (22-10), Portland State (23-9),
Mount St Mary's (18-14)

Last Four In: Villanova , Kentucky, Ohio State, Arizona
Last Four Out: Illinois State, Oregon, UAB, Virginia Commonwealth
Next Four Out:
Dayton,, Florida, Virginia Tech,Syracuse
The Next Few Out: Creighton, Mississippi, Saint Josephs, Maryland

Moved In: Villanova, Arizona
Fell Out: Syracuse, Virginia Commonwealth
Moving Up Quickly:
None
Sliding Down Quickly:
None

Locks (30):

ACC (3):

Atlantic Ten (1):
Big East (7):

Big Ten (4):
Big 12 (2):
Conference USA (1):
Horizon (1):
Missouri Valley (1):
Mountain West (1):
Pac 10 (4):

SEC (3):
West Coast (2):

Almost Locks (2):



Automatic Bid Winners:
1)Cornell (Ivy League)
2)Winthrop (Big South)
3)Austin Peay (Ohio Valley)
4)Belmont (Atlantic Sun)
5) Drake (Missouri Valley)
6)
George Mason (CAA)
7)
Siena (MAAC)
8)
Davidson (Southern)
9)
San Diego (WCC)
10)
Oral Roberts (Summit)
11)
Butler (Horizon)
12)
Western Kentucky (Sun Belt)
13) Mount St Mary's (NEC)
14) Portland State (Big Sky)

Category: NCAAB
Tags: Bracketology
 
Posted on: March 11, 2008 11:24 pm
Edited on: March 11, 2008 11:25 pm
 

March 12 Bracketology: Butler saves a bubble team

Tuesday's Bracketology (After all Tuesday's games)
1s: Memphis (30-1),Tennessee (28-3), North Carolina (29-2), UCLA (27-3)
2s:Kansas (27-3) Duke (26-5), Georgetown (25-4), Texas (26-5)
3s: Xavier (25-5), Stanford (24-6), Louisville (24-7), Wisconsin (26-4)
4s:
Notre Dame (25-6), Vanderbilt (25-6), Connecticut (23-7), Butler (29-3)
5s:
Drake (27-4), Marquette (22-8), Indiana (25-6), Michigan State (24-6)
6s: Washington State (23-7), BYU (25-6), Purdue (24-7), Clemson (22-8)
7s: USC (19-10), Mississippi State (20-9), Gonzaga (23-7), Miami (21-9)
8s:
Kansas State (20-10), West Virginia (22-9), Oklahoma (21-10), St. Mary's (23-6)
9s:
Texas A&M (22-9), Pittsburgh (21-9), Massachusetts (21-9), Arkansas (20-10)
10s:
UNLV (23-7),Kent State (23-6), Baylor (21-9), South Alabama (26-6)
11s:
Davidson (24-6) , New Mexico (24-7),Arizona State (19-11), Kentucky (18-11)
12s:
Ohio State, (19-12), Syracuse (19-12), Virginia Commonwealth (24-7), Winthrop (22-11)
13s: Utah State (23-9)
, George Mason (23-10), San Diego (23-10), Western Kentucky (27-6)
14s: Cornell (19-5), Belmont (25-8), Mount St Mary's (17-14),
Oral Roberts (24-8)
15s: UMBC (22-8), Lamar (19-10), Austin Peay (24-10), CSU-Northridge (20-9)
16s: Alabama State (19-9), Morgan State (17-9), American (20-11),
Siena (22-10), Portland State (19-9)

Last Four In: Syracuse, Kentucky, Ohio State, Virginia Commonwealth
Last Four Out: Illinois State, UAB, Arizona, Oregon
Next Four Out:
Dayton, Villanova, Florida, Virginia Tech
The Next Few Out: Creighton, Mississippi, Saint Josephs, Maryland

Moved In: None
Fell Out: None
Moving Up Quickly:
None
Sliding Down Quickly:
None

Locks (30):

ACC (3):

Atlantic Ten (1):
Big East (7):

Big Ten (4):
Big 12 (2):
Conference USA (1):
Horizon (1):
Missouri Valley (1):
Mountain West (1):
Pac 10 (4):

SEC (3):
West Coast (2):

Almost Locks (2):



Automatic Bid Winners:
1)Cornell (Ivy League)
2)Winthrop (Big South)
3)Austin Peay (Ohio Valley)
4)Belmont (Atlantic Sun)
5) Drake (Missouri Valley)
6)
George Mason (CAA)
7)
Siena (MAAC)
8)
Davidson (Southern)
9)
San Diego (WCC)
10)
Oral Roberts (Summit)
11)
Butler (Horizon)
12)
Western Kentucky (Sun Belt)
Category: NCAAB
Tags: Bracketology
 
Posted on: March 10, 2008 10:46 pm
Edited on: March 11, 2008 7:55 am
 

March 11 Bracketology: Bubble teams thank SD & MT

Monday's Bracketology (After all Monday's games)
1s: Memphis (30-1),Tennessee (28-3), North Carolina (29-2), UCLA (27-3)
2s:Kansas (27-3) Duke (26-5), Georgetown (25-4), Texas (26-5)
3s: Xavier (25-5), Stanford (24-6), Louisville (24-7), Wisconsin (26-4)
4s:
Notre Dame (25-6), Vanderbilt (25-6), Connecticut (23-7), Michigan State (24-6)
5s:
Butler (28-3), Drake (27-4), Marquette (22-8), Indiana (25-6)
6s: Washington State (23-7), BYU (25-6), Purdue (24-7), Clemson (22-8)
7s: USC (19-10), Mississippi State (20-9), Gonzaga (23-7), Miami (21-9)
8s:
Kansas State (20-10), West Virginia (22-9), Oklahoma (21-10), St. Mary's (23-6)
9s:
Texas A&M (22-9), Pittsburgh (21-9), Massachusetts (21-9), Arkansas (20-10)
10s:
UNLV (23-7),Kent State (23-6), Baylor (21-9), South Alabama (26-6)
11s:
Davidson (24-6) , New Mexico (24-7),Arizona State (19-11), Kentucky (18-11)
12s:
Ohio State, (19-12), Syracuse (19-12), Virginia Commonwealth (24-7), Winthrop (22-11)
13s: Utah State (23-9)
, George Mason (23-10), San Diego (23-10), Western Kentucky (24-6)
14s: Cornell (19-5), Belmont (25-8), Mount St Mary's (17-14),
Oral Roberts (23-8)
15s: UMBC (22-8), Lamar (19-10), Austin Peay (24-10), CSU-Northridge (20-9)
16s: Alabama State (19-9), Morgan State (17-9), American (20-11),
Siena (22-10), Portland State (19-9)

Last Four In: Syracuse, Kentucky, Ohio State, Virginia Commonwealth
Last Four Out: Illinois State, UAB, Arizona, Oregon
Next Four Out:
Dayton, Villanova, Florida, Virginia Tech
The Next Few Out: Creighton, Mississippi, Saint Josephs, Maryland

Moved In: George Mason (as auto bid), San Diego (as auto bid), Siena (as auto bid)
Fell Out: Oregon
Moving Up Quickly:
None
Sliding Down Quickly:
None

Locks (30):

ACC (3):

Atlantic Ten (1):
Big East (7):

Big Ten (4):
Big 12 (2):
Conference USA (1):
Horizon (1):
Missouri Valley (1):
Mountain West (1):
Pac 10 (4):

SEC (3):
West Coast (2):

Almost Locks (2):



Automatic Bid Winners:
1)Cornell (Ivy League)
2)Winthrop (Big South)
3)Austin Peay (Ohio Valley)
4)Belmont (Atlantic Sun)
5) Drake (Missouri Valley)
6)
George Mason (CAA)
7)
Siena (MAAC)
8)
Davidson (Southern)
9)
San Diego (WCC)
Category: NCAAB
Tags: Bracketology
 
Posted on: March 9, 2008 9:43 pm
Edited on: March 9, 2008 9:50 pm
 

March 10 Bracketology: VCU makes things difficult

Sunday's Bracketology (After all Sunday's games)
1s: Memphis (30-1),Tennessee (28-3), North Carolina (29-2), UCLA (27-3)
2s:Kansas (27-3) Duke (26-5), Georgetown (25-4), Texas (26-5)
3s: Xavier (25-5), Stanford (24-6), Louisville (24-7), Wisconsin (26-4)
4s:
Notre Dame (25-6), Vanderbilt (25-6), Connecticut (23-7), Michigan State (24-6)
5s:
Butler (28-3), Drake (27-4), Marquette (22-8), Indiana (25-6)
6s: Washington State (23-7), Gonzaga (23-6), BYU (25-6), Purdue (24-7)
7s: Clemson (22-8), St. Mary's (23-5), USC (19-10), Mississippi State (20-9)
8s:
Kansas State (20-10), Miami (21-9), West Virginia (22-9), Oklahoma (21-10)
9s: South Alabama (26-5)
, Texas A&M (22-9), Pittsburgh (21-9), Massachusetts (21-9)
10s:
UNLV (23-7),Kent State (23-6), Arkansas (20-10), Baylor (21-9)
11s:
Davidson (24-6) , New Mexico (24-7),Arizona State (19-11), Kentucky (18-11)
12s:
Ohio State, (19-12), Syracuse (19-12), Oregon (18-12), Virginia Commonwealth (24-7)
13s: Oral Roberts (22-8), Utah State (23-9),
Winthrop (22-11), Western Kentucky (24-6)
14s: Cornell (19-5), Belmont (25-8), Mount St Mary's (17-14),
William & Mary (17-15)
15s: UMBC (22-8), Lamar (19-10), Austin Peay (24-10), CSU-Northridge (20-9)
16s: Alabama State (19-9), Morgan State (17-9), American (20-11), Rider (22-9), Portland State (19-9)

Last Four In: Western Kentucky, Oregon, Syracuse, Kentucky
Last Four Out:
Illinois State, UAB, Arizona, Virginia Tech
Next Four Out:
Dayton, Villanova, Maryland, Florida
The Next Few Out:
Houston, Creighton, Mississippi, Saint Josephs

Moved In: Kentucky, Ohio State, William & Mary (as projected auto), Mount St Mary's (as projected auto)
Fell Out:
Virginia Tech, Illinois State, Maryland
Moving Up Quickly:
Kentucky
Sliding Down Quickly:
None

Locks (30):

ACC (3):

Atlantic Ten (1):
Big East (7):

Big Ten (4):
Big 12 (2):
Conference USA (1):
Horizon (1):
Missouri Valley (1):
Mountain West (1):
Pac 10 (4):

SEC (3):
West Coast (2):

Almost Locks (2):



Automatic Bid Winners:
1)Cornell (Ivy League)
2)Winthrop (Big South)
3)Austin Peay (Ohio Valley)
4)Belmont (Atlantic Sun)
5) Drake (Missouri Valley)
Category: NCAAB
Tags: Bracketology
 
Posted on: March 9, 2008 12:26 am
Edited on: March 9, 2008 2:40 pm
 

March 9 Bracketology

Saturday's Bracketology (After all Saturday's games)
1s: Memphis (30-1),Tennessee (27-3), North Carolina (29-2), UCLA (27-3)
2s:Kansas (27-3) Duke (26-5), Georgetown (25-4), Texas (25-5)
3s: Xavier (25-5), Stanford (24-6), Louisville (24-7), Wisconsin (26-4)
4s:
Notre Dame (24-6), Vanderbilt (25-6), Connecticut (23-7), Indiana (25-5)
5s:
Butler (28-3), Michigan State (24-6), Drake (27-4), Marquette (22-8)
6s: Washington State (23-7), Gonzaga (23-6), BYU (25-6), Purdue (23-7)
7s: Clemson (21-8), St. Mary's (23-5), USC (19-10), Mississippi State (20-9)
8s:
Kansas State (20-10), Miami (21-9), West Virginia (22-9), Oklahoma (21-10)
9s: South Alabama (25-5)
, Texas A&M (22-9), Pittsburgh (21-9), Massachusetts (21-9)
10s:
UNLV (23-7),Kent State (23-6), Arkansas (20-10), Baylor (21-9)
11s:
Davidson (24-6) , New Mexico (24-7),Arizona State (19-11), Virginia Tech (18-11)
12s:
Western Kentucky (24-6), Maryland (18-12), Syracuse (19-12), Oregon (18-12)
13s: Oral Roberts (22-8), Utah State (23-9), Virginia Commonwealth (24-6),
Illinois State (24-8)
14s: Winthrop (22-11), Cornell (19-5), Belmont (25-8), Robert Morris (24-6)
15s: UMBC (22-8), Lamar (19-10), Austin Peay (24-10), CSU-Northridge (20-9)
16s: Alabama State (19-9), Morgan State (17-9), American (19-11), Rider (22-9), Portland State (19-9)

Last Four In: Western Kentucky, Illinois State, Oregon, Syracuse
Last Four Out:
Kentucky, Florida, UAB, Arizona
Next Four Out:
Ohio State, Dayton, Saint Josephs, Villanova
The Next Few Out:
Houston, Creighton, Mississippi, Rhode Island

Moved In: Oregon, Syracuse
Fell Out: Arizona, UAB
Moving Up Quickly:
Oregon, USC
Sliding Down Quickly:
Arizona

Locks (30):

ACC (3):

Atlantic Ten (1):
Big East (7):

Big Ten (4):
Big 12 (2):
Conference USA (1):
Horizon (1):
Missouri Valley (1):
Mountain West (1):
Pac 10 (4):

SEC (3):
West Coast (2):

Almost Locks (2):



Automatic Bid Winners:
1) Cornell (Ivy League)
2) Winthrop (Big South)
3) Austin Peay (Ohio Valley)
4) Belmont (Atlantic Sun)
Category: NCAAB
Tags: Bracketology
 
 
 
 
 
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