Bracketology: Rise of Washington State

Bracketology By Jonathon Warriner

Updated February 23rd, 2024

Midwest Region (Detroit) East Region (Boston) South Region (Dallas)West Region (Los Angeles)
1.Purdue #21.UConn #21.Houston #31.Arizona  #4
16.Norfolk State/ Central Connecticut16.Quinnipiac16.Eastern Kentucky/ Southern16.South Dakota State
8.Texas8.TCU8.South Carolina8.New Mexico
9.Mississippi State9.Northwestern9.Boise State9.Oklahoma
4.Iowa State4.Auburn4.Washington State4.San Diego State
13.Akron13.Yale13.Appalachian State13.UC Irvine
5.Clemson5.Wisconsin5.Utah State5.Illinois
12.Samford12.McNeese State12.Indiana State12.Grand Canyon
14.Morehead State14.Louisiana Tech14.Vermont14.UNC Wilmington
6.BYU6.Kentucky6.Dayton6.St. Mary’s
11.Texas A&M/ Villanova11.Nebraska11.Ole Miss/ Gonzaga11.Virginia
2.Marquette2.North Carolina2.Tennessee2.Kansas
15.Oakland15.Colgate15.High Point15.Eastern Washington
7.Florida7.Florida Atlantic7.Texas Tech7.Colorado State
10.Michigan State10.Nevada10.Providence10.Seton Hall

NIT One Seeds: Wake Forest, Butler, Utah, Cincinnti

The Next Five: Colorado, Virginia Tech, Pittsburgh, Iowa, Minnesota

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