Bracketology: In a Triple Zone

Bracketology By Jonathon Warriner

Updated February 9th, 2024

Midwest Region (Detroit) East Region (Boston)South Region (Dallas)West Region (Los Angeles)
1.Purdue #11.UConn #21.Houston #31.Arizona  #4
16.Eastern Kentucky16.North Carolina Central/ Central Connecticut16.Green Bay/ Southern16.Eastern Washington
8.TCU8.Virginia8.New Mexico8.Boise State
9.Butler9.Utah9.Northwestern9.St. Mary’s
4.Duke4.Wisconsin 4.Dayton4.Illinois
13.Samford13.Louisiana Tech13.Yale13.UC Irvine
5.Alabama5.Texas Tech5.Utah State5.San Diego State
12.McNeese State12.Appalachian State12.Providence/ Texas A&M12.Grand Canyon
3.Iowa State3.Baylor3.Auburn3.South Carolina
14.Akron14.Morehead State14.Vermont14.High Point
6.Kentucky6.Florida Atlantic6.BYU6.Creighton
11.Washington State11.Florida/ Seton Hall11.Nebraska11.Cincinnati
2.Marquette2.Tennessee2.North Carolina2.Kansas
15.Colgate15.Drexel15.Quinnipiac15.South Dakota State
7.Oklahoma7.Clemson7.Ole Miss7.Colorado State
10.Mississippi State10.Texas10.Nevada10.Indiana State

NIT One Seeds: St. John’s, Memphis, Colorado, Michigan State

The Next Five: Wake Forest, Oregon, Virginia Tech, Kansas State, UCF

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