Saturday, March 13, 2010

Bracketism 308 - March 13, 2010

This edition will only include seeding. Tomorrow's Final Bracket will include seeding and placement.

One Seeds - Kansas, Kentucky, Syracuse, Duke
Twos - Ohio St., West Virginia, Kansas St., Purdue
Threes - Villanova, New Mexico, Butler, Georgetown
Fours - Tennessee, Michigan St., Pittsburgh, Vanderbilt
Fives - Temple, BYU, Texas A&M, Maryland
Sixes - Wisconsin, Gonzaga, Xavier, Baylor
Sevens - Northern Iowa, California, Louisville, and UNLV
Eights - Richmond, Old Dominion, Oklahoma St., UTEP
Nines - Texas, Clemson, Missouri, Notre Dame
Tens - Georgia Tech, Marquette, Wake Forest, St. Mary's
Elevens - San Diego St., Florida St., Illinois, Virginia Tech
Twelves - Siena, Utah St., Minnesota, Florida
Thirteens - Rhode Island, Cornell, Murray St., Oakland
Fourteens - Sam Houston St., Wofford, Akron, UCSB
Fifteens - Montana, Morgan St., Vermont, North Texas
Sixteens - Robert Morris, Lehigh, Winthrop, Arkansas - Pine Bluff, East Tennessee St.

First Four Out - Mississippi St., Washington, Cincinnati, Mississippi,
Next Four Out - Wichita St., Connecticut, Arizona St., UAB
Honorable Mention - Memphis, Dayton, Seton Hall, William & Mary, Marshall, Charlotte, Northeastern, St. Louis
¿NIT Bubble? - Texas Tech, Virginia, Boston College, Miami (FL), North Carolina, Michigan, George Mason, VCU, Arizona, South Carolina, Arkansas, South Florida, Northwestern, Illinois St.

* Currently there are three spots left on the bubble. The teams in the running are Minnesota, Florida , Rhode Island, Mississippi St., and Washington. Four of the five teams are still alive in their respective conference tournaments, so a lot is still left to be played out before the Selection Committee releases its decisions.
** NIT Bubble is in no particular ranking order; teams are grouped near conference teams

1 comment:

  1. Baylor a 6? The number 8 team in the rpi and 12 sos isn't a 6 seed

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