Bracketology: Wacky Tuesday

Bracketology by Jonathon Warriner

Updated February 13th, 2018

East Region (Washington DC)Midwest Region (Kansas City)
1.Duke (Columbia)1.Virginia (Columbus)
16.Norfolk State/ Prairie View A&M16.Siena
8.Ohio State8.Buffalo
9.Ole Miss9.TCU
4.Nevada (San Jose)4.Marquette (Hartford)
13.New Mexico State13.Vermont
5.Kansas State5.Maryland
12.Nebraska/ Florida12.Hofstra
3.LSU (Tulsa)3.Kansas (Des Moines)
6.Texas Tech6.Florida State
2.Michigan (Columbus)2.Kentucky (Tulsa)
15.Old Dominion 15.Loyola-Chicago
West Region (Anaheim)South Region (Louisville)
1.Gonzaga (San Jose)1.Tennessee (Columbia)
16.UC Irvine16.Robert Morris/ Sam Houston State
4.Louisville (Jacksonville)4.Iowa State (Salt Lake City)
13.Belmont13.Texas State
12.Indiana/ Seton Hall12.VCU
3.Houston (Salt Lake City)3.Purdue (Des Moines)
14.South Dakota State14.Northern Kentucky
6.Virginia Tech6.Mississippi State
11.Oklahoma11.NC State
2.Michigan State (Hartford)2.North Carolina (Jacksonville)
10.Clemson10.St. John’s

First Four Out: Butler, Utah State, UNC Greensboro, Creighton

Others in Consideration: Furman, UCF, Arizona State, Georgetown

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  2. Don’t agree with Loyola a 15 seed. The MVC is better than that.
    IU, Minn and Nebraska all getting in doesn’t seem right. I’m a big ten fan, but those teams would be robbing mid majors.

    1. Loyola is just has a bad NET rating, that is holding them back and keeping them on the 15 line. The Ramblers could sneak onto the 14 line if teams in front of them lose in the conference tournament but right now they aren’t projected to do so. As for Indiana, Minnesota, and Nebraska all getting in, it could change as the season goes along, I think one of those teams does wind up dropping off but for now all three ends up getting in.

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