Bracketology: Madness at the start

Bracketology by Jonathon Warriner

Updated November 6th, 2019

Midwest Region (Indianapolis)East Region (New York City)
1.Kentucky (St. Louis)1.Duke (Greensboro)
16.LIU Brooklyn/ NC Central16.Texas Southern/ Sam Houston State
4.Baylor (Sacramento)4.Seton Hall (Albany)
13.Missouri State13.Harvard
12.New Mexico State12.Vermont
3.Memphis (Cleveland)3.Villanova (Albany)
14.Bowling Green14.Colgate
11.Arizona State11.NC State
2.North Carolina (Greensboro)2.Kansas (Omaha)
7.LSU7.Utah State
West Region (Los Angeles) South Region (Houston)
1.Michigan State (Cleveland)1.Louisville (St. Louis)
16.Weber State16.Iona
4.Florida State (Spokane)4.Ohio State (Spokane)
13.UC Irvine13.East Tennessee State
12.Western Kentucky12.Liberty
3.Texas Tech (Omaha)3.Maryland (Tampa Bay)
14.Murray State14.Charleston 
11.Michigan/ Georgia Tech11.Alabama/ Dayton
2.Oregon (Sacramento)2.Florida (Tampa Bay)
15.North Dakota State15.Wright State
7.St. Mary’s7.Oklahoma State
10.Ole Miss10.Notre Dame

First Five Out: Mississippi State, Davidson, Iowa, West Virginia

Next Five Out: Iowa State, Tennessee, USC, Syracuse, Wichita State

Bracketology updates:

Kentucky moves up to becomes the number one overall seed, Michigan State remains on the one line. 

Duke moves up and becomes a one seed replacing Kansas who becomes a two seed. 

St. Mary’s moves up and replaces Illinois on the 8 line, they would eventually move up to the 7 line because of an Alabama loss

Georgia Tech moves into the projected field of 68 replacing Mississippi State. 

NC State moves down from an 8 seed to an 11 seed. Texas, Providence, and Oklahoma all move up a seed line

Alabama moves from a 6 to an 11 seed. Marquette, St. Mary’s, Providence, Houston, and Ole Miss all move up seed lines, while Arizona State gets out of the First Four.

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