Bracketology: Kentucky still owns the state

Bracketology by Jonathon Warriner

Updated December 29th, 2019

Midwest Region (Indianapolis) West Region (Los Angeles)
1.Ohio State (Cleveland)1.Gonzaga (Spokane)
16.Siena16.Prairie View A&M/ Sacramento State
4.Villanova (Albany)4.Penn State (Tampa Bay)
5.Florida State5.Creighton
12.Rutgers/ Florida12.Stephen F. Austin
3.Memphis (Greensboro)3.Louisville (St. Louis)
14.Harvard14.UC Santa Barbara 
11.NC State11.Arkansas
2.Baylor (Omaha)2.San Diego State (Sacramento)
15.Deleware15.North Dakota State
10.St. John’s 10.St. Mary’s
South Region (Houston) East Region (New York City)
1.Kansas (Omaha)1.Butler (St. Louis)
16.St. Francis (PA)/ North Carolina Central16.Radford
8.Northern Iowa8.Texas Tech
9.Seton Hall9.Indiana
4.Wichita State (Sacramento)4.Michigan (Albany)
13.New Mexico State13.Vermont
12.Virginia/ Xavier12.UNC Greensboro
3.Auburn (Tampa Bay)3.West Virginia (Cleveland)
14.Akron14.Wright State
6.Michigan State6.Dayton
2.Oregon (Spokane)2.Duke (Greensboro)
15.Georgia State15.Colgate
10.Oklahoma State10.Houston

First Five Out: Temple, Purdue, Arizona State, Virginia Tech, Utah State

Next Five Out: Missouri, Illinois, Utah, VCU, Ole Miss

Bracketology Updates:

Tennessee moves out of my projected field of 68 completely following a blowout loss to Wisconsin. Rutgers moves into the projected field. 

Louisville drops to the three line following a loss against Kentucky, Oregon moves up to the two line in place of Louisville. Kentucky moves up to the eight line, moving St. John’s and Seton Hall down a seed line each. 

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