Bracketology: Aiding a blowout

Bracketology By Jonathon Warriner

Updated November 10th, 2023

Midwest Region (Detroit) South Region (Dallas)East Region (Boston)West Region (Los Angeles)
1.Tennessee (#1 Overall)1.Kansas (#2 Overall)1.Purdue (#3 Overall)1.USC (#4 Overall)
16.Morehead State/ Texas Southern16.Nicholls State/ Wagner16.Portland State16.Howard
8.San Diego State8.Colorado8.UCLA8.Maryland
9.Providence9.Memphis9.Virginia9.Iowa State
13.Yale13.Furman13.Charleston14.Kent State
5.Gonzaga5.Alabama5.Texas A&M5.St. Mary’s
12.UC Irvine12.Drake12.James Madison12.Grand Canyon
3.Baylor3.Arkansas3.Marquette3.North Carolina
14.South Dakota State14.Liberty14.Iona14.UNC Asheville
6.Wisconsin6.Miami6.Florida Atlantic6.Villanova
11.Dayton11.Xavier/ Northwestern11.Clemson/ Florida11Nebraska
15.Wright State15.Vermont15.Colgate15.Florida Gulf Coast
7.Mississippi State7.TCU7.Indiana7.Texas Tech
10.Michigan State10.Auburn10.Kansas State10.St. John’s

NIT One Seeds: Ohio State, Oregon, Michigan, NC State

The Next Five: Virginia Tech, Iowa, New Mexico, Missouri, BYU

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