Bracketology 2016 – March 4, 2016

Includes all games through March 3:

The Bracket

South Region (Louisville)


1 Virginia vs. 16 HIGH POINT

8 St. Joseph’s vs. 9 Providence


5 Purdue vs. 12 VALPARAISO

4 Iowa State vs. 13 YALE


6 Texas vs. 11 ST. MARY’S

3 Utah vs. 14 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE


7 Texas Tech vs. 10 Connecticut

2 Michigan State vs. 15 NEW MEXICO STATE


West Region (Anaheim)


1 OREGON vs. 16 LEHIGH

8 WICHITA STATE vs. 9 VCU


5 Arizona vs. 12 SAN DIEGO STATE

4 Duke vs. 13 STONY BROOK


6 Baylor vs. 11 TEMPLE

3 Maryland vs. 14 AKRON


7 Colorado vs. 10 Butler

2 Oklahoma vs. 15 WEBER STATE


East Region (Philadelphia)


1 VILLANOVA vs. 16 FLORIDA GULF COAST/HAMPTON

8 USC vs. 9 Vanderbilt


5 Iowa vs. 12 MONMOUTH

4 Kentucky vs. 13 CHATTANOOGA


6 Notre Dame vs. 11 Michigan/Tulsa

3 West Virginia vs. 14 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN


7 Dayton vs. 10 Oregon State

2 North Carolina vs. 15 BELMONT


Midwest Region (Chicago)


1 KANSAS vs. 16 WAGNER/TEXAS SOUTHERN

8 Seton Hall vs. 9 Pittsburgh


5 TEXAS A&M vs. 12 ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK

4 INDIANA vs. 13 HAWAII


6 California vs. 11 Syracuse/Cincinnati

3 MIAMI (FL) vs. 14 UNC-WILMINGTON


7 Wisconsin vs. 10 St. Bonaventure

2 Xavier vs. 15 UAB


The Bubble

Last Four In Byes

Butler

Connecticut

Oregon State

St. Bonaventure

Last Four In

Syracuse

Michigan

Cincinnati

Tulsa

First Four Out

South Carolina

Florida

Gonzaga

George Washington

Next Four Out

Ohio State

Alabama

Washington

LSU


Per Conference

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

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

ACC – 7 (Virginia, North Carolina, Miami (FL), Duke, Notre Dame, Pittsburgh, Syracuse)

Pac-12 – 7 (Oregon, Utah, Arizona, California, Colorado, USC, Oregon State)

Big East – 5 (Villanova, Xavier, Seton Hall, Providence, Butler)

AAC – 4 (Connecticut, Temple, Cincinnati, Tulsa)

A-10 – 4 (Dayton, St. Joseph’s, VCU, St. Bonaventure)

SEC – 3 (Kentucky, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt)


S-Curve

  1. Kansas
  2. Villanova
  3. Virginia
  4. Oregon
  5. Oklahoma
  6. North Carolina
  7. Michigan State
  8. Xavier
  9. Miami (FL)
  10. West Virginia
  11. Utah
  12. Maryland
  13. Kentucky
  14. Duke
  15. Iowa State
  16. Indiana
  17. Texas A&M
  18. Iowa
  19. Purdue
  20. Arizona
  21. Baylor
  22. Texas
  23. California
  24. Notre Dame
  25. Wisconsin
  26. Dayton
  27. Texas Tech
  28. Colorado
  29. USC
  30. Wichita State
  31. Seton Hall
  32. St. Joseph’s
  33. Pittsburgh
  34. Providence
  35. Vanderbilt
  36. VCU
  37. Butler
  38. Connecticut
  39. Oregon State
  40. St. Bonaventure
  41. St. Mary’s
  42. Syracuse
  43. Michigan
  44. Temple
  45. Cincinnati
  46. Tulsa
  47. San Diego State
  48. Valparaiso
  49. Monmouth
  50. Arkansas-Little Rock
  51. Hawaii
  52. Chattanooga
  53. Stony Brook
  54. Yale
  55. Akron
  56. South Dakota State
  57. Stephen F. Austin
  58. UNC-Wilmington
  59. UAB
  60. Belmont
  61. New Mexico State
  62. Weber State
  63. High Point
  64. Lehigh
  65. Florida Gulf Coast
  66. Hampton
  67. Wagner
  68. Texas Southern

Take a look at my bubble watch series where I go in-depth explaining where teams stand in relation to the cutline and what they need to do to end up on the right side of it. To see my latest entry, click here.

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Justin co-founded The Left Bench in 2013, and ever since nothing was the same. He is a native of Columbus, Ohio, who has transplanted to the University of Maryland for college. He watches more college basketball than any one person should and is admittedly a 20-year-old curmudgeon.