Bracketology: Big Ten takes over Gavitt Games

Bracketology by Jonathon Warriner

Updated November 15th, 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
8.Florida 8.Buffalo
9.Iowa State 9.Washington
4.Michigan State (Hartford) 4.LSU (Salt Lake City)
13.UNC Greensboro 13.Rider
5.Villanova 5.Wisconsin
12.Western Kentucky 12.South Dakota State
3.Indiana (Des Moines) 3.Tennessee (Tulsa)
14.Vermont 14.Harvard
6.Virginia Tech 6.Purdue
11.Uconn 11.Georgetown
2.Auburn (Jacksonville) 2.Florida State (Jacksonville)
15.New Mexico State 15.Georgia State
7.Marquette 7.Butler
10.Louisville 10.West Virginia
West Region (Anaheim) South Region (Louisville)
1.Nevada (Salt Lake City) 1.Michigan (Columbus)
16.Cal State Fullerton 16.Colgate/ St. Francis (PA)
8.Ohio State 8.Texas Tech
9.TCU 9.St. John’s
4.Syracuse (Seattle) 4.Kentucky (Hartford)
13.Radford 13.Murray State
5.Oregon 5.NC State
12.Illinois State 12.Davidson
3.Virginia (Columbus) 3.Kansas State (Tulsa)
14.Northeastern 14.Lipscomb
6.Texas 6.Mississippi State
11.Alabama/ USC 11.Minnesota/ Arizona
2.Gonzaga (Seattle) 2.North Carolina (Columbia)
15.Montana 15.Wright State




First Four Out: UCLA, Houston, Miami, Xavier

The Next Five: Cincinnati, Temple, Maryland, Penn State, Illinois

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2 thoughts on “Bracketology: Big Ten takes over Gavitt Games”

    1. They are really banged up and are relying on a lot of players that haven’t proven it at the high-major level, with exception of Wilkes. I could be wrong but I’m going to have to wait and see with this team.

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