Bracketology: No upsets, one change

Bracketology by Jonathon Warriner

Updated November 19th, 2019

East Region (New York City)Midwest Region (Indianapolis)
1.Duke (Greensboro)1.Michigan State (Cleveland)
16.Texas Southern/ NC Central16.Weber State/ St. Francis (NY)
9.Ole Miss9.Oklahoma State
4.Memphis (Albany)4.Arizona (Sacramento)
13.Harvard13.New Mexico State
12.Western Kentucky12.Evansville
3.Maryland (Tampa Bay)3.Texas (Tampa Bay)
11.Dayton11.Notre Dame/ DePaul
2.Texas Tech (Omaha)2.North Carolina (Greensboro)
15.Wright State15.Radford
10.NC State10.West Virginia
West Region (Los Angeles) South Region (Houston)
1.Louisville (St. Louis)1.Ohio State (Cleveland)
16.North Dakota State16.Iona
8.Florida 8.Marquette
9.Oklahoma9.Georgia Tech
4.Seton Hall (Albany)4.Virginia (Spokane)
13.East Tennessee State13.UC Irvine
3.Gonzaga (Spokane)3.Kentucky (St. Louis)
14.Bowling Green14.Belmont
6.Baylor6.Florida State
11.Utah11.Butler/ Illinois
2.Oregon (Sacramento)2.Kansas (Omaha)
15.Texas-Arlington15.Nicholls State
7.Utah State7.LSU
10.Creighton 10.Providence

First Five Out: Houston, Wisconsin, Penn State, Arizona State

Next Five Out: Mississippi State, Georgetown, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama

Bracketology Updates: 

St. Francis (NY) replaces LIU Brooklyn as my projected winner of the NEC.

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