Bracketology by Jonathon Warriner
Updated November 16th, 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|
|9.Iowa State||9.St. John’s|
|4.Villanova (Hartford)||4.Michigan State (Hartford)|
|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)|
|4.LSU (Seattle)||4.Kentucky (Salt Lake City)|
|13.Southern Illinois||13.Murray State|
|12.South Dakota State||12.Western Kentucky|
|3.Virginia (Columbus)||3.Kansas State (Tulsa)|
|2.Gonzaga (Seattle)||2.North Carolina (Columbia)|
First Four Out: Miami, UCLA, Houston, Xavier
The Next Five: Cincinnati, Temple, Maryland, Alabama, DePaul
4 thoughts on “Bracketology: Surprising results in the Garden”
Gonzaga a number 2 seed and blowing out opponents??
I evaluate based on who you beat, if you beat good teams you move up, if not you stay the same seedline. They were projected at two at the beginning of the year, they haven’t beaten anyone good, therefore they remain a two seed.
Iowa as a 9 seed?? They just handled both UConn (4) and Oregon (8). Maybe Iowa should be the 4 seed? This is a very balanced team. Keep sleeping on the Hawkeyes.
That Bracketology was updated before the Uconn win, they are now a five seed.
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