Bracketology: Virginia moves to the top overall spot

Bracketology by Jonathon Warriner

Updated January 16th, 2018

East Region (Washington DC)South Region (Louisville)
1.Virginia (Columbus)1.Michigan (Columbus)
16. Norfolk State/ Robert Morris16.IPFW
8.Mississippi State8.St. John’s
9.Kansas State9.Syracuse
4.Buffalo (Hartford)4.Oklahoma (Salt Lake City)
13.Yale13.Liberty
5.Wisconsin5.Villanova
12.St. Louis12.North Texas
3.Houston (Des Moines)3.Marquette (Salt Lake City)
14.Hofstra14.Georgia State
6.Florida State6.Iowa State
11.Alabama/ UCF11.Ohio State
2.Michigan State (Hartford)2.Duke (Columbia)
15.Lehigh15.Abilene Christian
7.Auburn7.Iowa
10.Texas10.Temple
West Region (Anaheim)Midwest Region (Kansas City)
1.Gonzaga (San Jose)1.Tennessee (Columbia)
16.Northern Colorado/ CSU Bakersfield16.Rider
8.NC State8.Purdue
9.Minnesota9.TCU
4.Nebraska (San Jose)4.Virginia Tech (Salt Lake City)
13.UC Irvine13.Radford
5.LSU5.Maryland
12.Washington12.Wofford
3.North Carolina (Jacksonville)3.Kentucky (Tulsa)
14.Vermont14.Northern Kentucky
6.Ole Miss6.Louisville
11.Arizona/ Creighton11.Murray State
2.Texas Tech (Tulsa)2.Kansas (Des Moines)
15.Texas Southern15.Valparaiso
7.Nevada7.Indiana
10.Seton Hall10.Cincinnati

First Four Out: Clemson, Arizona State, Pittsburgh, Florida

The Next Five: Baylor, Utah State, San Francisco, Northwestern, Vanderbilt

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