Bracketology: Off the hook
Bracketology by Jonathon Warriner
Updated November 10th, 2019
|Midwest Region (Indianapolis)||East Region (New York City)|
|1.Kentucky (St. Louis)||1.Duke (Greensboro)|
|16.LIU Brooklyn/ NC Central||16.Texas Southern/ Weber State|
|4.Texas (Sacramento)||4.Ohio State (Albany)|
|13.East Tennessee State||13.Harvard|
|12.New Mexico State||12.Vermont|
|3.Maryland (Tampa Bay)||3.Villanova (Albany)|
|2.North Carolina (Greensboro)||2.Florida (Tampa Bay)|
|10.Ole Miss||10.Georgia Tech|
|West Region (Los Angeles)||South Region (Houston)|
|1.Michigan State (Cleveland)||1.Louisville (St. Louis)|
|16.North Dakota State||16.Iona|
|4.Gonzaga (Spokane)||4.Memphis (Cleveland)|
|13.Missouri State||13.UC Irvine|
|3.Texas Tech (Omaha)||3.Oregon (Sacramento)|
|14.Murray State||14.Bowling Green|
|11.Utah/ Notre Dame||11.NC State|
|2.Washington (Spokane)||2.Kansas (Omaha)|
First Five Out: Iowa, West Virginia, Arizona State, Mississippi State
Next Five Out: Tennessee, Davidson, Georgia, Wichita State, USC
Nicholls State moves into the projected field of 68 as a 15 seed, by way of being the projected Southland Conference winner.
Pittsburgh is removed from the field of 68, they are replaced by Utah.
Iowa State moves out of the “others considered” grouping.
Oklahoma and Oklahoma State swap places after the Sooners pick up a road win.
Texas moves up to become a 4 seed, Providence, and Seton Hall move down a seed line. Purdue moves down two seed lines.