Bracketology: Two Top Seeds go down

Bracketology by Jonathon Warriner

Updated January 6th, 2018

East Region (Washington DC)South Region (Louisville)
1.Duke (Columbia)1.Michigan (Columbus)
16.Texas Southern/ North Carolina A&T16.Stephen F. Austin/ Central Connecticut 
4.Kentucky (Des Moines)4.Oklahoma (Salt Lake City)
13.Penn13.North Texas
5.Marquette5.North Carolina
12.Murray State12.Lipscomb
3.Texas Tech (Tulsa)3.NC State (Jacksonville)
14.South Dakota State14.Georgia State
6.Auburn6.Iowa State
11.Clemson/ UCF11.Furman
2.Michigan State (Hartford)2.Houston (Tulsa)
15.Vermont15.Northern Kentucky
10.Ole Miss10.Syracuse
West Region (Anaheim)Midwest Region (Kansas City)
1.Tennessee (Columbia)1.Virginia (Columbus)
4.Nevada (San Jose)4.Indiana (Salt Lake City) 
13.New Mexico State13.Drake
5.Ohio State5.St. John’s
12.Arizona State/ San Francisco12.Arizona
3.Virginia Tech (Hartford)3.Mississippi State (Jacksonville) 
6.Wisconsin6.Florida State
11.Cincinnati 11.VCU
2.Gonzaga (San Jose)2.Kansas (Des Moines)
15.UC Irvine15.Rider
7.Seton Hall7.Nebraska

First Four Out: Washington, Florida, Butler, Kansas State

The Next Five: Vanderbilt, St. Louis, Northwestern, Temple, Utah State

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1 thought on “Bracketology: Two Top Seeds go down”

  1. At the end of the day Gonzaga with Tillle and Crandall back will be a number l seed in the ncaas

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