Bracketology: Wildcats spoil the party, Dayton dominates

Bracketology by Jonathon Warriner

Updated March 5th, 2020

Midwest Region (Indianapolis)West Region (Los Angeles)
1.Kansas (Omaha)1.Gonzaga (Spokane)
16.Winthrop16.Montana
8.Houston8.LSU
9.Providence9.Oklahoma
4.Michigan State (Tampa Bay)4.Oregon (Spokane)
13.Stephen F. Austin13.Akron
5.Butler5.Wisconsin
12.Liberty12.Arkansas/ Richmond
3.Kentucky (St. Louis)3.Maryland (Greensboro)
14.New Mexico State14.North Texas
6.BYU6.West Virginia
11.Rutgers/ Texas11.East Tennessee State
2.Creighton (St. Louis)2.Florida State (Tampa Bay)
15.Wright State15.Little Rock
7.Illinois7.Colorado
10.Stanford10.Indiana
East Region (New York City)South Region (Houston)
1.San Diego State (Sacramento)1.Baylor (Omaha)
16.Prairie View A&M/ North Carolina Central16.Siena/ St. Francis (PA)
8.St. Mary’s8.Marquette
9.USC9.Arizona State
4.Louisville (Cleveland)4.Ohio State (Sacramento)
13.Vermont13.UC Irvine
5.Penn State5.Auburn
12.Northern Iowa12.Yale
3.Villanova (Albany)3.Duke (Greensboro)
14.Belmont14.Colgate
6.Michigan6.Iowa
11.Texas Tech 11.Xavier
2.Dayton (Cleveland)2.Seton Hall (Albany)
15.North Dakota State15.Hofstra
7.Virginia7.Arizona
10.Wichita State10.Florida

NIT One Seeds: Purdue, UCLA, Utah State, Tennessee

Others Considered: Cincinnati, South Carolina, NC State, Memphis

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