Bracketology by Jonathon Warriner
Updated November 15th, 2018
|East Region (Washington DC)||Midwest Region (Kansas City)|
|1.Duke (Columbia)||1.Kansas (Des Moines)|
|16.Texas Southern/ UNC Central||16.Stephen F. Austin|
|4.Michigan State (Hartford)||4.LSU (Salt Lake City)|
|12.Western Kentucky||12.South Dakota State|
|3.Indiana (Des Moines)||3.Tennessee (Tulsa)|
|2.Auburn (Jacksonville)||2.Florida State (Jacksonville)|
|15.New Mexico State||15.Georgia State|
|West Region (Anaheim)||South Region (Louisville)|
|1.Nevada (Salt Lake City)||1.Michigan (Columbus)|
|16.Cal State Fullerton||16.Colgate/ St. Francis (PA)|
|8.Ohio State||8.Texas Tech|
|4.Syracuse (Seattle)||4.Kentucky (Hartford)|
|3.Virginia (Columbus)||3.Kansas State (Tulsa)|
|11.Alabama/ USC||11.Minnesota/ Arizona|
|2.Gonzaga (Seattle)||2.North Carolina (Columbia)|
First Four Out: UCLA, Houston, Miami, Xavier
The Next Five: Cincinnati, Temple, Maryland, Penn State, Illinois
2 thoughts on “Bracketology: Big Ten takes over Gavitt Games”
UCLA out???? Clearly you have no knowledge of the game of basketball.
They are really banged up and are relying on a lot of players that haven’t proven it at the high-major level, with exception of Wilkes. I could be wrong but I’m going to have to wait and see with this team.
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