Bracketology 2015 – January 15, 2015

Welcome to the second of many entries into this year’s bracketology series. For further explanation onto what you can expect to see in our bracketology coverage this year, see the first bracketology post here.

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Last Four In Byes

Stanford (12-4, RPI: 30, SOS: 82)

Georgetown (11-5, RPI: 37, SOS: 10)

Colorado State (16-2, RPI: 27, SOS: 86)

Georgia (10-5, RPI: 29, SOS: 11)

Last Four In

Miami (FL) (12-4, RPI: 52, SOS: 65)

Tennessee (10-5, RPI: 54, SOS: 26)

Illinois (12-6, RPI: 42, SOS: 49)

North Carolina State (12-6, RPI: 43, SOS: 7)

First Four Out

LSU (13-3, RPI: 36, SOS: 106)

George Washington (12-4, RPI: 46, SOS: 114)

Syracuse (13-4, RPI: 47, SOS: 70)

Connecticut (9-6, RPI: 74, SOS: 33)

Next Four Out

BYU (14-5, RPI: 53, SOS: 44)

South Carolina (10-5, RPI: 95, SOS: 73)

Temple (12-6, RPI: 49, SOS: 40)

Davidson (12-3, RPI: 41, SOS: 117)

Per Conference

ACC – 7 (Virginia, Duke, North Carolina, Louisville, Notre Dame, Miami (FL), North Carolina State)

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

Big East – 7 (Villanova, Butler, Seton Hall, St. John’s, Xavier, Providence, Georgetown)

Big Ten – 7 (Wisconsin, Maryland, Iowa, Michigan State, Indiana, Ohio State, Illinois)

SEC – 4 (Kentucky, Arkansas, Georgia, Tennessee)

AAC – 3 (Southern Methodist, Cincinnati, Tulsa)

Mountain West – 3 (San Diego State, Colorado State, Wyoming)

Pac-12 – 3 (Utah, Arizona, Stanford)

A-10 – 2 (VCU, Dayton)

C-USA – 2 (Old Dominion, Louisiana Tech)

Missouri Valley – 2 (Wichita State, Northern Iowa)

S-Curve

1. Kentucky

2. Virginia

3. Gonzaga

4. Villanova

5. Duke

6. Wisconsin

7. Kansas

8. Utah

9. Arizona

10. North Carolina

11. Maryland

12. VCU

13. Wichita State

14. Louisville

15. West Virginia

16. Butler

17. Seton Hall

18. Iowa State

19. Notre Dame

20. Oklahoma

21. Arkansas

22. Baylor

23. Iowa

24. Northern Iowa

25. Texas

26. Dayton

27. St. John’s

28. Southern Methodist

29. Oklahoma State

30. Cincinnati

31. Michigan State

32. Indiana

33. Providence

34. San Diego State

35. Xavier

36. Ohio State

37. Old Dominion

38. Stanford

39. Georgetown

40. Colorado State

41. Georgia

42. Miami (FL)

43. Tennessee

44. Illinois

45. North Carolina State

46. Tulsa

47. Wofford

48. Harvard

49. Wyoming

50. Eastern Washington

51. Green Bay

52. Iona

53. Louisiana Tech

54. Sam Houston State

55. Central Michigan

56. North Carolina Central

57. Hofstra

58. New Mexico State

59. Coastal Carolina

60. UC Davis

61. St. Francis (PA)

62. Louisiana Lafayette

63. North Dakota State

64. Eastern Illinois

65. Boston University

66. Albany

67. Alabama State

68. North Florida

Also be sure to check out The Bracket Project, which features The Left Bench’s bracketology along with countless others across the Internet to form the ultimate bracket study.

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