Bracketology: Big Ten switches

Bracketology by Jonathon Warriner

Updated January 23rd, 2020

South Region (Houston)Midwest Region (Indianapolis)
1.Baylor (St. Louis)1.Kansas (Omaha)
16.Robert Morris/ Quinnipiac 16.South Dakota State
9.Virginia Tech9.Memphis
4.Iowa (Sacramento)4.Villanova (Albany)
13.Louisiana Tech13.Yale
12.Northern Iowa12.Akron
3.Dayton (St. Louis)3.Louisville (Omaha)
14.William & Mary14.New Mexico State
11.Oklahoma/ Alabama11.NC State
2.Seton Hall (Albany)2.Michigan State (Cleveland)
15.Stony Brook 15.Murray State
7.Wichita State7.Marquette
East Region (New York City)West Region (Los Angeles)
1.Gonzaga (Spokane)1.San Diego State (Sacramento)
16.Northern Colorado16.Grambling/ Norfolk State
8.Houston8.Ohio State
4.Maryland (Greensboro)4.Butler (Tampa Bay)
13.Georgia State13.Stephen F. Austin
5.Arizona5.Penn State
12.Liberty12.East Tennessee State
3.West Virginia (Cleveland)3.Oregon (Spokane)
14.Colgate14.UC Irvine
11.VCU/ Washington11.Minnesota
2.Duke (Greensboro)2.Florida State (Tampa Bay)
15.Wright State15.Radford
10.Arkansas10.Texas Tech

First Five Out: St. Mary’s, DePaul, Purdue, Richmond, Syracuse

Next Five Out: Georgetown, Xavier, Virginia, Arizona State, Oregon State

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