Bracketology: Blue Devils back on top

Bracketology by Jonathon Warriner

Updated January 20th, 2018

East Region (Washington DC)South Region (Louisville)
1.Duke (Columbia)1.Virginia (Columbus)
16.Wagner/ North Carolina A&T16.Weber State
8.Mississippi State8.Nebraska
9.Texas9.St. John’s
4.Maryland (Hartford)4.Iowa State (San Jose)
13.Hofstra13.New Mexico State
3.Marquette (Des Moines)3.Houston (Tulsa)
14.South Dakota State14.Yale
6.Florida State6.Wisconsin
11.Alabama11.Seton Hall/ Pittsburgh
2.Kansas (Des Moines)2.Kentucky (Jacksonville)
7.Ole Miss7.NC State
10.Ohio State10.TCU
West Region (Anaheim)Midwest Region (Kansas City)
1.Michigan (Hartford)1.Tennessee (Columbia)
16.Detroit16.Sam Houston State/ Texas Southern 
4.Virginia Tech (Salt Lake City)4.Louisville (Salt Lake City)
12.Arizona State/ Minnesota12.St. Louis
3.Texas Tech (Tulsa)3.North Carolina (Jacksonville)
14.Loyola-Chicago14.Georgia State
11.Murray State11.Wofford
2.Gonzaga (San Jose)2.Michigan State (Columbus)
15.UC Santa Barbara15.Marshall
7.Nevada7.Kansas State

First Four Out: Florida, UCF, VCU, Clemson

The Next Five: Temple, Arizona, Creighton, Fresno State, Northwestern

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2 thoughts on “Bracketology: Blue Devils back on top”

  1. There are only a handful of 1 loss teams in the nation, Nevada a 7 seed? Obviously something you don’t like about them, but there is no way they are that bad of a seed.

    1. They have one win against a Quadrant one opponent, while not ranking too high in the NET Rankings. On paper, I like this team but compared to other teams they are up against they just don’t have the wins the committee likes.

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