Bracketology: New NET Rankings now implicated

Bracketology by Jonathon Warriner

Updated December 27th, 2018

East Region (Washington DC)South Region (Louisville)
1.Duke (Columbia)1.Michigan (Columbus)
16.North Carolina A&T/
Central Connecticut 
16.Bucknell
8.Iowa8.Kansas State
9.Iowa State9.Minnesota
4.Ohio State (Seattle)4.Texas Tech (Salt Lake City)
13.Drake13.New Mexico State
5.Mississippi State5.Louisville
12.Belmont12.Furman
3.Marquette (Des Moines)3.Oklahoma (Tulsa)
14.South Dakota State14.Georgia State
6.Nebraska6.Auburn
11.Notre Dame/ Washington 11.Syracuse/ Northwestern
2.Houston (Tulsa)2.Virginia (Columbus)
15.Northern Kentucky15.Vermont
7.Virginia Tech7.LSU
10.Vanderbilt10.Butler
West Region (Anaheim)Midwest Region (Kansas City)
1.Nevada (Salt Lake City)1.Kansas (Des Moines)
16.Montana16.Stephen F. Austin/ Texas Southern
8.TCU8.Villanova
9.San Francisco9.Cincinnati
4.NC State (Jacksonville)4.Indiana (Jacksonville)
13.Lipscomb13.Penn
5.Kentucky5.North Carolina
12.VCU12.North Texas
3.Michigan State (Hartford)3.Wisconsin (Hartford)
14.Charleston14.Radford
6.Buffalo6.Florida State
11.Temple11.Creighton
2.Gonzaga (Seattle)2.Tennessee (Columbia)
15.UC Irvine15.Rider
7.Arizona State7.St. John’s
10.Seton Hall10.Purdue

First Four Out: Florida, Maryland, Clemson, Utah State

The Next Five: Arizona, Texas, Providence, Ole Miss, UCF

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