Bracketology: Bumps and bruises

Bracketology by Jonathon Warriner

Updated December 20th, 2019

Midwest Region (Indianapolis)South Region (Houston)
1.Ohio State (Cleveland)1.Kansas (Omaha)
16.Rider16.St. Francis (PA)/ NC Central
8.Oklahoma8.Seton Hall
9.Colorado9.Northern Iowa
4.Dayton (Omaha)4.Florida State (Spokane)
13.UTEP13.New Mexico State
5.Wichita State5.Maryland
12.Creighton12.NC State/ Texas 
3.West Virginia (Albany)3.Michigan (Albany)
14.Harvard14.Wright State
2.Louisville (Greensboro)2.Butler (St. Louis)
15.Georgia Southern15.North Dakota State
7.BYU7.Oklahoma State
West Region (Los Angles) East Region (New York City)
1.Gonzaga (Spokane)1.Duke (Greensboro)
16.Sacramento State/ Texas Southern16.Radford
4.Memphis (Tampa Bay)4.Penn State (Albany)
5.Michigan State5.Stanford
12.Stephen F. Austin12.UNC Greensboro
3.San Diego State (Sacramento)3.Auburn (Tampa Bay)
11.North Carolina11.Richmond
2.Oregon (Sacramento)2.Baylor (St. Louis)
15.UC Irvine 15.Delaware
7.Texas Tech7.Iowa

First Five Out: Indiana, Utah State, Ole Miss, Temple, East Tennessee State

Next Five Out: VCU, Virginia Tech, St. John’s, Florida, Utah

Bracketology Updates:

Memphis moves down from a two to a four seed following the loss of James Wiseman. Louisville and Michigan move up a seed line each. 

Maryland moves down to the five-line following a loss to Seton Hall, Auburn moves up a seed line, along with Florida State. Seton Hall moves to the eight-line following that win, bumping Arkansas, Duquesne, and Colorado down a seed line each.

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