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2013 Bracketology

Published on April 20, 2012 by Scott Shirley   ·   No Comments

With the 2011-12 college basketball season just ending it is aleady time for the first bracketology for the 2012-13 season.  Remember there are 68 teams not 64. 31 teams receive automatic bids for winning their league. Then there are 37 at large selections. So who did I predict to make the field of 68 find out below.

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Note : Of the 4 numbers 1 seeds Indiana is first overall followed by Louisville, Kentucky, and Kansas.  Indiana  and Kansas will be on the same side of the bracket as will Louisville and Kentucky.

Midwest- Indianpolis
1 Indiana *
16 Coastal Carolina/ Mississippi Valley State*
8 Marquette
9 Miami
5 Notre Dame
12 Drexel
4 Creighton
13 Nevada*
6 Kansas State
11 Pitt
3 NC State
14 Montana*
7 St. Louis*
10 Alabama
2 Syracuse
15 UC Stanta Barbara*
West- Los Angeles
1 Kansas*
16 Vermont*
8 Cincinnati
9 New Mexico
5 Gonzaga*
12 Ohio*
4 Arizona *
13 Colorado State/ Northern Iowa
6 Tennessee
11 Colorado
3 Ohio State
14 South Dakota State *
7 Missouri
10 Florida State
2 Michigan
15 Middle Tennessee State*

 

East- TBA
1 Louisville*
16 Savannah State* / UTSA *
8 Butler *
9 Stanford
5 Wisconsin
12 BYU
4 Memphis *
13 Davidson*
6 VCU*
11 Minnesota
3 North Carolina*
14 Harvard*
7 UNLV
10 Geirgetown
2 Florida
15 Loyola (Md.)*

 

South- Dallas
1 Kentucky *
16 Belmont *
8 Texas
9 Xavier
5 San Diego State*
12 South Florida
4 Duke
13 UMass/ Oklahoma State
6 UCLA
11 St. Mary’s
3 Michigan State
14 Lehigh*
7 Murray State*
10 Maryland
2 Baylor
15 Long Island

 

Breakdown by Conferences

Big East (8): Louisville*,Syracuse,  Marquette, Georgetown, , Cincinnati, Notre Dame, South Florida, Pitt

Big Ten (6):Indiana, Michigan State, Ohio State, Wisconsin, Michigan,  Minnesota

ACC (6): North Carolina*, Duke, Florida State, NC State, Miami , Maryland

Big 12 (5):  Kansas *, Baylor, Kansas State, Texas, Oklahoma State

SEC (5): Kentucky*, Florida, Alabama, Missouri, Tennessee

Mountain West (4): UNLV , New Mexico *, San Diego State, Colorado State

Pac-12 (4): Arizona *, UCLA, Stanford, Colorado

Atlantic 10 (3):  St. Louis*, Xavier, UMass

West Coast (3): Gonzaga *, St. Mary’s*,  BYU

Missouri Valley (2): Creighton *, Northern Iowa

Colonial (2) : VCU *, Drexel

America East: Vermont

Atlantic Sun: Belmont

Big Sky: Montana

Big South: Costal Carolina

Big West: UC Santa Barbara

Conference USA : Memphis

Horizon: Butler

Ivy: Harvard

MAAC: Loyola (Md.)

MAC: Ohio

MEAC: Savannah State

Northeast: Long Island

Ohio Valley: Murray State

Patriot: Lehigh

SWAC: Mississippi Valley State

Southern: Davidson

Southland: Texas San Antonio

Summit: South Dakota State

Sun Belt:Middle Tennessee State

WAC: Nevada

 

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