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NCAA Basketball Bracketology Update 3/1

Published on March 1, 2013 by Scott Shirley   ·   No Comments

It’s March, and the greatest sport event is just a couple weeks away.  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. RoundballChat is proud to be a part of The Bracket Project’s Matrix Index!

Last year of all the brackets on the web mine was the 7th most accurate.

Midwest- Indianapolis
 
1 Indiana*
16 Charleston Southern* / Southern Unversity*
   
8 San Diego State
9 Missouri
 
5 Butler *
12 Middle Tennessee State*
   
4 Marquette
13 Akron*
 
6 Notre Dame
11 La Salle
   
3 Arizona
14 Valparasio*
 
7 Minnesota
10 Colorado
   
2 Florida*
15 Long Beach State*
     

 

South- Arlington
 
1 Kansas
16 Stony Brook*
   
8 North Carolina State
9 Oklahoma
 
5 Ohio State
12 Belmont*
   
4 New Mexicio*
13 Louisiana Tech*
 
6 Colorado State
11 California
   
3 Louisville
14 South Dakota State*
 
7 Illinois
10 Iowa State
   
2 Duke
15 Northeastern*

 

East – Washington D.C.
 
1 Miami FL *
16 Norfolk State*/ Florida Gulf Coast*
   
8 UCLA
9 Witicha State
 
5 Pitt
12 Ole Miss/ St. Mary’s
   
4 Wisconsin
13 Davidson*
 
6 UNLV
11 Virginia
   
3 Syracuse
14 Harvard*
 
7 St. Louis
10 Cincinnati
   
2 Michigan State
15 Montana*

 

 WEST – Los Angeles
 
1 Gonzaga
16 Robert Morris*
   
8 Memphis*
9 VCU
 
5 Oklahoma State
12 Temple/ Villanova
   
4 Kansas State
13 Bucknell*
 
6 Oregon
11 Kentucky
   
3 Georgetown
14 Stephen F. Austin*
 
7 North Carolina
10 Creighton
   
2 Michigan
15 Niagara*

Breakdown by Conferences (Bold teams clinched bid)

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

Big Ten (7): Indiana*, Michigan State, Ohio State, Wisconsin, Michigan , Minnesota , Illinois

Big 12 (5):Kansas *,Oklahoma State,  Iowa State, Kansas State, Oklahoma

ACC (5):  Duke, North Carolina , NC State, Miami*, Virginia

Pac-12 (5): Arizona *, UCLA, Colorado, Oregon, California

Atlantic 10 (5): VCU, Butler*, La Salle, St. Louis, Temple

SEC (4): Florida*, Missouri, Ole Miss, Kentucky

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

West Coast (2) : Gonzaga*, St. Mary’s

Missouri Valley (2) : Creighton*, Witicha State

America East: Stony Brook

Atlantic Sun: Florida Gulf Coast

Big Sky: Montana

Big South: Charleston Southern

Big West: Long Beach State

Conference USA : Memphis

Colonial : Northeastern

Horizon: Valparaiso

Ivy: Harvard

MAAC: Niagara

MAC: Akron

MEAC: Norfolk State

Northeast: Bryant

Ohio Valley: Belmont

Patriot: Bucknell

SWAC: Southern University

Southern: Davidson

Southland: Stephen F. Austin

Summit: South Dakota State

Sun Belt: Middle Tennessee State

WAC: Louisiana Tech

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