Friday, March 21st, 2014

Bracketology College Basketball (3/16) Final

Published on March 16, 2014 by Scott Shirley   ·   No Comments

Finally Selection Sunday is here! I will give to updates to my Bracketology on Sunday. After all the games are played on Sunday I will give you my final version. Here is my final version!

Remember there are 68 teams not 64. 32 teams receive automatic bids for winning their league. Then there are 36 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!

Over the last couple of years my bracket has been one of the most accurate on the web.

South (Memphis)

1 Florida*
16 Costal Carolina* / Texas Southern*

8 UMass
9 Pitt

5 UConn
12 Stephen F. Austin*

4 Syracuse
13 Tulsa *

6 New Mexico
11 Iowa

3 Duke
14 North Carolina Central*

7 Gonzaga *
10 Kansas State

2 Wisconsin *
15 Weber State*

East (New York)

1 Virginia*
16 Wofford*

8 Oregon
9 Oklahoma State

12 North Dakota State*

4 Creighton
13 Manhattan*

6 Oklahoma
11 Nebraska

3 Michigan State
14 New Mexico State*

7 St. Louis
10 Providence

2 Kansas *
15 Milwaukee*

West (Anaheim)

1 Arizona*
16 Cal Poly*/ Mount St. Mary’s*

8 Memphis
9 St. Joseph’s

5 Ohio State
12 Xavier/ Dayton

4 Cincinnati
13 Western Michigan *

6 Kentucky
11 Harvard

3 Louisville
14 Louisiana Lafayette*

7 Baylor
10 Arizona State

2 Michigan *
15 American*

MIDWEST (Indianapolis)

1 Wichita State*
16 Albany*

8 George Washington
9 Colorado

5 North Carolina
12 BYU / SMU

4 San Diego State
13 Delaware *

11 Tennessee

3 Iowa State
14 Mercer *

7 Texas
10 Stanford

2 Villanova*
15 Eastern Kentucky*

Breakdown by Conferences

(Automatic Bid in Bold)

Big 12 (7):Kansas ,Oklahoma State, Iowa State, Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas State, Baylor

Big Ten (6): Michigan State, Ohio State, Wisconsin, Michigan , Iowa, Nebraska

Pac-12 (6): Arizona , UCLA, Colorado, Oregon, Stanford, Arizona State

Atlantic 10 (6): VCU, UMass, St. Louis, George Washington, St. Joseph’s, Dayton

ACC (5): Duke, North Carolina , Syracuse, Virginia, Pitt

American Athletic (5): Louisville, UConn, Cincinnati, Memphis, SMU

Big East (4): Creighton, Villanova, Xavier, Providence

SEC (3): Florida, Kentucky, Tennessee

Mountain West (2): San Diego State, New Mexico

West Coast (2) :Gonzaga, BYU

America East: Albany

Atlantic Sun: Mercer

Big Sky: Weber State

Big South: Costal Carolina

Big West: Cal Poly

Conference USA : Tulsa

Colonial : Delaware

Horizon: Milwaukee

Ivy: Harvard

MAAC: Manhattan

MAC: Western Michigan

MEAC: North Carolina Central

Missouri Valley : Wichita State

Northeast: Mount St. Mary’s

Ohio Valley: Eastern Kentucky

Patriot: American

SWAC: Texas Southern

Southern: Wofford

Southland: Stephen F Austin

Sun Belt : Louisiana Lafayette

Summit: North Dakota State

WAC: New Mexico State

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