Bracketology by Jonathon Warriner
Updated November 8th, 2019
|Midwest Region (Indianapolis)||East Region (New York City)|
|1.Kentucky (St. Louis)||1.Duke (Greensboro)|
|16.LIU Brooklyn/ NC Central||16.Texas Southern/ Sam Houston State|
|4.Baylor (Sacramento)||4.Seton Hall (Albany)|
|12.New Mexico State||12.Vermont|
|3.Ohio State (Cleveland)||3.Villanova (Albany)|
|11.Arizona State||11.NC State|
|2.North Carolina (Greensboro)||2.Kansas (Omaha)|
|West Region (Los Angeles)||South Region (Houston)|
|1.Michigan State (Cleveland)||1.Louisville (St. Louis)|
|4.Gonzaga (Spokane)||4.Memphis (Spokane)|
|13.UC Irvine||13.East Tennessee State|
|3.Texas Tech (Omaha)||3.Maryland (Tampa Bay)|
|11.Michigan/ Notre Dame||11.Alabama/ Dayton|
|2.Oregon (Sacramento)||2.Florida (Tampa Bay)|
|15.North Dakota State||15.Wright State|
|10.Ole Miss||10.Georgia Tech|
First Five Out: Mississippi State, Davidson, Pittsburgh, Iowa,
Next Five Out: West Virginia, Iowa State, Tennessee, USC, Wichita State
Ohio State moves up and replaces Maryland on the three-line because they have a quality win.
Providence moves up to the seven-line, replacing Oklahoma State because they pass the eye-test.
Georgia Tech moves in front of NC State because they have a road win at NC State.
St. Mary’s moves to the six-line because of their win on a neutral court against Wisconsin, Florida State falls down to the seven-line.
Colorado switches places with Illinois as the Buffs did not need overtime to beat Nichols State.