Bracketology 2015 – March 8, 2015

Includes all games through Saturday, March 7:

The Bracket

Midwest Region (Cleveland)

1 KENTUCKY vs. 16 BUCKNELL/ST. FRANCIS (NY)

8 Xavier vs. 9 Oregon

5 Wichita State vs. 12 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN

4 Notre Dame vs. 13 EASTERN WASHINGTON

6 Providence vs. 11 Texas

3 Iowa State vs. 14 BELMONT

7 St. John’s vs. 10 Mississippi

2 GONZAGA vs. 15 NEW MEXICO STATE

West Region (Los Angeles)

1 VILLANOVA vs. 16 ALBANY

8 Iowa vs. 9 North Carolina State

5 Butler vs. 12 Purdue/BYU

4 Louisville vs. 13 LOUISIANA TECH

6 Arkansas vs. 11 Indiana/Temple

3 Baylor vs. 14 GEORGIA STATE

7 San Diego State vs. 10 Dayton

2 WISCONSIN vs. 15 WILLIAM & MARY

East Region (Syracuse)

1 Duke vs. 16 NORTH FLORIDA/SOUTH DAKOTA STATE

8 Ohio State vs. 9 Georgia

5 NORTHERN IOWA vs. 12 HARVARD

4 Georgetown vs. 13 IONA

6 SOUTHERN METHODIST vs. 11 DAVIDSON

3 Maryland vs. 14 CENTRAL MICHIGAN

7 VCU vs. 10 Colorado State

2 KANSAS vs. 15 TEXAS SOUTHERN

South (Houston)

1 VIRGINIA vs. 16 COASTAL CAROLINA

8 Oklahoma State vs. 9 Cincinnati

5 West Virginia vs. 12 WOFFORD

4 North Carolina vs. 13 VALPARAISO

6 Utah vs. 11 BOISE STATE

3 Oklahoma vs. 14 NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL

7 Michigan State vs. 10 LSU

2 ARIZONA vs. 15 UC DAVIS

The Bubble

Last Four In Byes

LSU

Colorado State

Mississippi

Texas

Last Four In

Indiana

Purdue

Temple

BYU

First Four Out

UCLA

Tulsa

Illinois

Texas A&M

Next Two Out

Miami (FL)

Richmond

Per Conference

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

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

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

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

SEC – 5 (Kentucky, Arkansas, Georgia, LSU, Mississippi)

AAC – 3 (Southern Methodist, Cincinnati, Temple)

A-10 – 3 (VCU, Dayton, Davidson)

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

Missouri Valley – 2 (Wichita State, Northern Iowa)

WCC – 2 (Gonzaga, BYU)

S-Curve

1. Kentucky

2. Duke

3. Virginia

4. Villanova

5. Wisconsin

6. Arizona

7. Kansas

8. Gonzaga

9. Iowa State

10. Maryland

11. Oklahoma

12. Baylor

13. Notre Dame

14. Louisville

15. North Carolina

16. Georgetown

17. Wichita State

18. Northern Iowa

19. West Virginia

20. Butler

21. Arkansas

22. Utah

23. Southern Methodist

24. Providence

25. St. John’s

26. VCU

27. San Diego State

28. Michigan State

29. Iowa

30. Oklahoma State

31. Ohio State

32. Xavier

33. Georgia

34. Cincinnati

35. North Carolina State

36. Oregon

37. Dayton

38. LSU

39. Colorado State

40. Mississippi

41. Texas

42. Davidson

43. Boise State

44. Indiana

45. Purdue

46. Temple

47. BYU

48. Wofford

49. Stephen F. Austin

50. Harvard

51. Eastern Washington

52. Iona

53. Valparaiso

54. Louisiana Tech

55. Georgia State

56. Central Michigan

57. North Carolina Central

58. Belmont

59, New Mexico State

60. Texas Southern

61. UC Davis

62. William & Mary

63. Albany

64. Coastal Carolina

65. North Florida

66. South Dakota State

67. Bucknell

68. St. Francis (NY)

If you’re interested to see previous bracketology posts, you can find the latest one here.

To check out my Bubble Watch series, a more in-depth look at where teams stand, you can see my latest post here.

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