Bracketology: Down goes Virginia

Bracketology by Jonathon Warriner

Updated December 23rd, 2019

Midwest Region (Indianapolis)East Region (New York City)
1.Ohio State (Cleveland)1.Duke (Greensboro)
4.Memphis (Omaha)4.Villanova (Albany)
5.Wichita State5.Michigan State
12.USC/ Xavier12.UNC Greensboro
3.Auburn (Tampa Bay)3.West Virginia (Greensboro)
14.Wright State14.Buffalo
2.Kansas (Omaha)2.Butler (Cleveland)
West Region (Los Angles) South Region (Houston)
1.Gonzaga (Spokane)1.Baylor (St. Louis)
16.Texas Southern/ Sacramento State16.St. Francis (PA)/ North Carolina Central
8.Arizona8.Seton Hall
9.Oklahoma State9.Northern Iowa
4.Florida State (Tampa Bay)4.Penn State (Spokane)
13.Belmont13.New Mexico State
12.Stephen F. Austin12.Utah State/ St. Mary’s
3.San Diego State (Sacramento)3.Michigan (Albany)
14.UC Irvine14.Harvard
6.Georgetown6.Texas Tech
11.NC State11.North Carolina
2.Oregon (Sacramento)2.Louisville (St. Louis)
15.North Dakota State15.Georgia Southern
10.Creighton10.St. John’s

First Five Out: LSU, Ole Miss, Temple, East Tennessee State, VCU

Next Five Out: Virginia Tech, Duquesne, Arizona State, Marquette, Iowa State

Bracketology Updates: 

Xavier moves into the projected field of 68 following a win at TCU. Both Richmond and Duquesne drop out following losses to inferior opponents, which makes room for USC to move into the projected field. Both Creighton and Indiana move up a seed line each. 

Virginia loses to South Carolina moving down to an eight seed, Colorado and Liberty move up a seed line each.

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