Bracketology: Maryland and Louisville latest teams to fall

Bracketology by Jonathon Warriner

Updated December 11th, 2019

Midwest Region (Indianapolis)South Region (Houston)
1.Ohio State (Cleveland)1.Kansas (Omaha)
16.Radford16.St. Francis (PA)/ North Carolina Central
9.Texas9.San Diego State
4.Dayton (Albany)4.Auburn (Sacramento)
13.East Tennessee State13.New Mexico State
5.Florida State5.Michigan State
12.Vermont12.Stephen F. Austin
3.Kentucky (Tampa Bay)3.Butler (Omaha)
14.Buffalo14.Northern Iowa
6.Seton Hall6.Virginia
11.NC State11.St. Mary’s/ Iowa State
2.Baylor (St. Louis)2.Maryland (Greensboro) 
7.VCU7.North Carolina
10.Wichita State10.Stanford
West Region (Los Angles) East Region (New York City)
1.Duke (Greensboro)1.Michigan (Cleveland)
16.Rider16.Texas Southern/ Sacramento State
9.Marquette9.West Virginia
4.Arizona (Spokane)4.Villanova (Albany)
3.Oregon (Sacramento)3.Memphis (Tampa Bay)
14.UC Irvine14.Wright State
11.Penn State11.Arizona State/ Georgetown
2.Gonzaga (Spokane)2.Louisville (St. Louis)
15.North Dakota State15.Georgia Southern
7.Utah State7.Texas Tech

First Five Out: Oklahoma State, Virginia Tech, Indiana, Houston, Georgia

Next Five Out: Iowa, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Cincinnati, Illinois

Bracketology Updates: 

Texas Tech moves from an eight to a seven seed following a win against Louisville. Louisville moves down to the two-line with Duke being on the one line. 

Following a buy game loss to Northern Iowa, Colorado moves down to the ten-line. West Virginia and Creighton move up a seed line. 

Penn State moves to the projected field of 68 following a win against Maryland, Uconn moves out.

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