Bracketology by Jonathon Warriner
Updated November 28th, 2019
|Midwest Region (Indianapolis)||West Region (Los Angeles)|
|1.Ohio State (Cleveland)||1.Oregon (Sacramento)|
|16.Iona||16.Texas Southern/ Weber State|
|9.West Virginia||9.Ole Miss|
|4.Maryland (Spokane)||4.Seton Hall (Tampa Bay)|
|13.New Mexico State||13.East Tennessee State|
|3.Kentucky (Cleveland)||3.Baylor (Omaha)|
|11.DePaul||11.St. Mary’s/ Mississippi State|
|2.Duke (Greensboro)||2.Gonzaga (Spokane)|
|East Region (New York City)||South Region (Houston)|
|1.Louisville (St. Louis)||1.Kansas (Omaha)|
|16.North Dakota State||16.St. Francis (NY/ North Carolina Central|
|4.Memphis (Tampa Bay)||4.Arizona (Sacramento)|
|12.Vermont||12.Stephen F. Austin|
|3.Michigan State (Albany)||3.Dayton (Albany)|
|11.Arkansas/ Arizona State||11.Notre Dame|
|2.Texas Tech (St. Louis)||2.North Carolina (Greensboro)|
First Five Out: Oklahoma, Cincinnati, Penn State, Virginia Tech, Georgia
Next Five Out: Georgia Tech, Stanford, Wichita State, Providence, Houston
Dayton moves up to the 3 line, following an overtime loss to Kansas. Simply put, this is one of the 10 best teams in the sport and having them as a 6 seed would just be dumb. Virginia and Washington move down a seed line each. Seton Hall also moves down to a 4 seed after losing to Oregon.
After completely choking against Ole Miss, Penn State is back out of my projected field of 68.
Virginia Tech moves back out of the projected field as well, Arizona State and Arkansas move in.