Thursday, March 12th, 2015

Bracketology College Basketball Update (3-11)

Published on March 11, 2015 by Scott Shirley   ·   No Comments

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 (Houston)

1 Kentucky*
16 Albany* / Robert Morris*

8 Iowa
9 Xavier

5 Arkansas
12 Stephen F. Austin*

4 Baylor
13 Wofford *

6 Georgetown
11 Purdue

3 Maryland
14 Northeastern*

7 San Diego State
10 Temple

2 Arizona *
15 Coastal Carolina*

Midwest (Cleveland)

1 Duke
16 New Mexico State*

8 Dayton

5 Northern Iowa
12 Louisiana Tech*

4 Wichita State*
13 Harvard*

11 Georgia

3 Utah
14 Belmont*

7 Providence
10 Colorado State

2 Kansas *
15 North Carolina Central*

West (Los Angeles)

1 Villanova*
16 Texas Southern*/ North Florida*

8 Oregon
9 North Carolina State

5 West Virginia
12 Valparaiso *

4 Notre Dame
13 Eastern Washington *

11 Indiana/ Boise State

3 Oklahoma
14 Central Michigan*

7 Ohio State
10 Cincinnati

2 Gonzaga*
15 North Dakota State*

East (Syracuse)

1 Virginia*
16 Lafayette*

8 St. Johns
9 Oklahoma State

5 North Carolina
12 Texas /BYU

4 Louisville
13 UC Davis

6 Butler
11 Davidson

3 Iowa State
14 Manhattan*

7 Michigan State
10 Ole Miss

2 Wisconsin
15 UL Monroe*

Breakdown by Conferences

Big Ten (7): Michigan State, Ohio State, Wisconsin, Iowa, Indiana, Maryland, Purdue

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

ACC (6): Duke, North Carolina , Virginia, Notre Dame, Louisville, , NC State

Big East (6): Villanova, Providence, Georgetown, Xavier, Butler, St. John’s

SEC (4): Kentucky, Georgia,LSU, Ole Miss

American Athletic (3): SMU,  Cincinnati, Temple

Pac-12 (3): Arizona , Oregon,Utah

Mountain West (3): San Diego State, Colorado State,Boise State

Atlantic 10 (3): VCU, Dayton, Davidson

West Coast (2) :Gonzaga, BYU

Missouri Valley (2) : Wichita State, Northern Iowa

America East: Albany

Atlantic Sun: North Florida

Big Sky: Eastern Washington

Big South: Coastal Carolina

Big West: UC Davis

Conference USA : Louisiana Tech

Colonial : Northeastern

Horizon: Valparaiso

Ivy: Harvard

MAAC: Manhattan

MAC: Central Michigan

MEAC: North Carolina Central

Northeast: Robert Morris

Ohio Valley: Belmont

Patriot: Lafayette

SWAC: Texas Southern

Southern: Wofford

Southland: Stephen F Austin

Sun Belt : UL Monroe

Summit: North Dakota State

WAC: New Mexico State



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