Bracketology: 4th of July Madness

Bracketology by Jonathon Warriner

Updated July 4th, 2020

West Region (Denver)South Region (Memphis)
1.Gonzaga (Boise)1.Baylor (Dallas)
16.UC Irvine16.Texas Southern/ Florida Gulf Coast
8.Seton Hall8.SMU
9.Florida9.UConn
4.Texas (San Jose)4.Arizona State (San Jose)
13.Georgia State13.Yale
5.Richmond5.Michigan State
12.North Texas12.UNC Greensboro
3.Iowa (Wichita)3.Tennessee (Lexington)
14.Bowling Green14.Delaware
6.UCLA6.Houston
11.Providence11.Dayton/ USC
2.Duke (Raleigh)2.Illinois (Lexington)
15.Wright State15.Abeline Christian
7.Purdue7.Florida State
10.Arkansas10.Saint Louis
Midwest Region (Minneapolis)East Region (Brooklyn)
1.Wisconsin (Detroit)1.Villanova (Providence)
16.Boston University/ St. Francis (PA)16.Howard
8.Stanford8.Michigan
9.Alabama9.Oklahoma
4.Kentucky (Boise)4.Rutgers (Detroit)
13.South Dakota State13.Vermont
5.Texas Tech5.Louisville
12.Northern Iowa12.Murray State
3.Creighton (Dallas)3.West Virginia (Providence)
14.New Mexico State14.Siena 
6.North Carolina6.Indiana
11.San Diego State11.Utah/ Syracuse
2.Kansas (Wichita)2.Virginia (Raleigh)
15.Eastern Washington15.Winthrop
7.Oregon7.Ohio State
10.Georgia Tech10.Arizona

NIT One Seeds: Miami, Colorado, St. John’s, Penn State

The Next Five: Maryland, Cincinnati, NC State, Texas A&M, Washington State

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