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Posted on: March 13, 2011 5:33 pm
Edited on: March 13, 2011 5:34 pm
 

Bracketology Final Bracket-2011 NCAA Tournament

This is it, if there are any changes to be made it's not happening, I'm locking the bracket down.

With the Buckeyes winning the Big Ten Tournament they are the #1 overall seed and will play in the East Region. The winner of the East Region will play the winner of the West Region; winner of the Southwest Region will play the winner of the Southeast Region.

AUTO BIDS are in CAPS.

San Antonio (SW)
Tulsa (Fr, Su)
1 KANSAS vs. 16 NC-ASHEVILLE
8 UTAH STATE vs. 9 Villanova

Denver (Th, Sa)
5 St. John's vs. 12 Georgia
4 Wisconsin vs. 13 OAKLAND

Tampa (Th, Sa)
3 Florida vs. 14 INDIANA STATE
6 Arizona vs. 11 Michigan State

DC (Th, Sa)
7 Unlv vs. 10 RICHMOND
2 CONNECTICUT vs. 15 BOSTON U.

New Orleans (SE)
Charlotte (Fr, Su)
1 DUKE vs. 16 HAMPTON
8 Missouri vs. 9 Tennessee

Tuscon (Th, Sa)
5 West Virginia vs. 12 Penn State
4 Brigham Young vs. 13 BELMONT

Tampa (Th, Sa)
3 KENTUCKY vs. 14 LONG ISLAND
6 Georgetown vs. 11 GONZAGA

Tulsa (Fr, Su) 7 OLD DOMINION vs. 10 Marquette
2 Texas vs. 15 WOFFORD

Anaheim (W)
DC (Th, Sa)
1 Pittsburgh vs. 16 SANTA BARBARA/AR-LITTLE ROCK
8 Temple vs. 9 Illinois

Cleveland (Fr, Su)
5 Vanderbilt vs. 12 Virginia Tech/VCU
4 Louisville vs. 13 PRINCETON

Chicago (Fr, Su)
3 Purdue vs. 14 BUCKNELL
6 Kansas State vs. 11 Florida State

Tuscon (Th, Sa)
7 WASHINGTON vs. 10 BUTLER
2 SAN DIEGO STATE vs. 15 NORTHERN COLORADO

Newark (E)
Cleveland (Fr, Su)
1 OHIO STATE vs. 16 UTSA/ALABAMA STATE
8 George Mason vs. 9 Ucla

Denver (Th, Sa)
5 Texas A&M vs. 12 St. Mary's/Clemson
4 Syracuse vs. 13 MOREHEAD STATE

Charlotte (Fr, Su)
3 North Carolina vs. 14 ST. PETER'S
6 Cincinnati vs. 11 MEMPHIS

Chicago (Fr, Su)
7 Xavier vs. 10 Michigan
2 Notre Dame vs. 15 AKRON

First Four Games (Tu, We)

Tuesday
12E-St. Mary's vs. Clemson
16W-SANTA BARBARA vs. AR-LITTLE ROCK

Wednesday
16E-UTSA vs. ALABAMA STATE
12W-Virginia Tech vs. VCU

Last Four Out: Colorado, UAB, Harvard, Alabama
Bids By League: BIGE-11, BIG10-7, ACC-5, BIG12-5, SEC-5, ATL10-3, COL-3, MWC-3, PAC10-3, WCC-2


Posted on: March 6, 2011 11:49 pm
 

Lobofan2003 Bracketology as of 3/6/11-11PM ET

Here's my bracket with most of Sunday's games having been completed.

Quite a few upsets in the conference tournaments already with Indiana State and NC-Asheville upsetting the #1 seeds in their conference in the final.

Watch out for VCU as well, they are back on the bubble with their win over George Mason in the CAA Semifinals and may very well steal a bid from somebody.

Please let me know if I missed any rematches. I was traveling today and while my plane had wifi, I had the bracket set without rematches until all the craziness of today's games.

With the suspension of Brandon Davies, BYU is out as a number 1 seed and Notre Dame takes their place.

AUTO BIDS are in CAPS and at this point are either the conference tournament winner, #1 seed in the conference tournament or the highest RPI team remaining in the conference tournament.

Winner of the East Region plays the winner of the West Region; winner of the Southeast Region plays the winner of the Southwest Region.

Note: Vanderbilt and West Virginia were swapped seeds to fit the Principles and Procedures.

Newark (E)
Cleveland (Fr, Su)
1 OHIO STATE vs. 16 McNEESE STATE/BETHUNE-COOKMAN
8 Ucla vs. 9 George Mason

Tampa (Th, Sa)
5 St. John's vs. 12 HARVARD
4 Kentucky vs. 13 BELMONT

Tuscon (Th, Sa)
3 San Diego State vs. 14 WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE
6 Cincinnati vs. 11 Michigan State

Tulsa (Fr, Su)
7 Villanova vs. 10 Richmond
2 Texas vs. 15 KENT STATE

Anaheim (W)
Chicago (Fr, Su)
1 Notre Dame vs. 16 NORTH TEXAS
8 Illinois vs. 9 Tennessee

Tuscon (Th, Sa)
5 Texas A&M vs. 12 ST. MARY'S
4 Louisville vs. 13 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON

Charlotte (Fr, Su)
3 NORTH CAROLINA vs. 14 MOREHEAD ST.
6 XAVIER vs. 11 Marquette

Denver (Th, Sa)
7 Missouri vs. 10 Butler
2 BRIGHAM YOUNG vs. 15 LONG BEACH STATE

New Orleans (SE)
DC (Th, Sa)
1 PITTSBURGH vs. 16 NC-ASHEVILLE/TEXAS SOUTHERN
8 Temple vs. 9 UTAH STATE

Cleveland (Fr, Su)
5 Vanderbilt vs. 12 Clemson/Gonzaga
4 Georgetown vs. 13 OAKLAND

Denver (Th, Sa)
3 Wisconsin vs. 14 BUCKNELL
6 West Virginia vs. 11 UAB

Charlotte (Fr, Su)
7 ARIZONA vs. 10 Georgia
2 Duke vs. 15 LONG ISLAND

San Antonio (SW)
Tulsa (Fr, Su)
1 KANSAS vs. 16 BOSTON UNIVERSITY
8 OLD DOMINION vs. 9 Florida State

Tampa (Th, Sa)
5 Connecticut vs. 12 Memphis/Michigan
4 FLORIDA vs. 13 IONA

DC (Th, Sa)
3 Syracuse vs. 14 INDIANA STATE
6 Unlv vs. 11 Boston College

Chicago (Fr, Su)
7 Kansas State vs. 10 Washington
2 Purdue vs. 15 NORTHERN COLORADO

FIRST FOUR GAMES:
Tuesday
(16SE) NC-ASHEVILLE vs. TEXAS SOUTHERN
(12SW) Memphis vs. Michigan

Wednesday
(16E) McNEESE STATE vs. BETHUNE-COOKMAN
(12SE) Clemson vs. Gonzaga

Last Six Pack: Michigan State, Marquette, Clemson, Gonzaga, Michigan, Memphis

Last Four Out: Virginia Tech, VCU, Penn State, Missouri State
Next Four Out: Alabama, Colorado, Colorado State, New Mexico

Posted on: January 15, 2010 5:59 am
Edited on: January 15, 2010 3:23 pm
 

Bracketology 1/15/10

The main headline from this edition of bracketology is that the Pac-10 is at this point in time a one-bid league. Do I think the league will be a one-bid league when all is said and done? No, but I have to be true to my bracketing principles that I seed teams based on if the season ended today. Eventually I think Washington will do well enough in league play to earn a bid along with California. The biggest winners of the fact that the Pac-10 only received 1 bid are the rest of the big six Power Leagues and the A-10. The other five Power Leagues and the A-10 all received AT LEAST 5 bids.

Kentucky and Texas are nearly even for the #1 overall seed, but I gave it to Texas. Kentucky does, however, get the winner of the Play-in (Opening Round) Game in the First Round due to the fact that the winner of the Play-in Game must play at a Fri/Sun site. Another difficult choice for me was whether or not Syracuse or Kansas received the 4th #1 seed, which ended up going to Syracuse. Neither team leads their league, but Syracuse got the nod with a 5-0 road/neutral record compared to Kansas' 4-1 record.

Seed Lines 1-5:
#1 Seeds- Texas, Kentucky, Villanova, Syracuse
#2 Seeds- Kansas, Duke, West Virginia, Georgetown
#3 Seeds- Purdue, Kansas State, Michigan State, Pittsburgh
#4 Seeds- Wisconsin, Gonzaga, Wake Forest, Temple
#5 Seeds- Vanderbilt, Clemson, Connecticut, Tennessee

See all of the matchups on the Ya Sports! site:
http://sportsmemorabiliagt.webs.com
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One final note on the bracket:
Ohio St. and California were both moved down from the 9 seed line to the 10 seed line to fit Bracketing Principles and Procedures; they were switched with Dayton and Texas A&M who were originally 10 seeds in my bracket in the same regions as Ohio State and California.

Thanks and please feel free to comment and ask questions.

Edit: Thanks to Beer who pointed out a couple of errors in my bracket at the Ya Sports! site:

In the West Region: 2 Kansas vs. 15 ARKANSAS ST. (not LSU), Arkansas St. is the Sun Belt Champ and plays Kansas, that was merely a typo on my part.

Also, the "Pod" with Georgetown as the 2 seed is played in Providence instead of Milwaukee; I merely forgot to put the heading above those two games.

Posted on: February 12, 2009 2:44 am
 

Bracketology after wednesday night's games

Before I head off to bed I am going to post a new bracket based on results through Wednesday night's games. Kentucky has moved in to my field after their win Tuesday against Florida and Wisconsin has also moved into the field after their win over Iowa.

As always AUTO BIDS are in CAPS. And as before, South Region winner plays Midwest Region winner; West Region winner plays East Region winner.

South Region (Memphis)

Games played in Kansas City:

1 OKLAHOMA vs. 16 MOREHEAD ST.

8 Tennesse vs. 9 UTAH ST.

Games played in Boise:

4 Marquette vs. 13 W. KENTUCKY

5 Illinois vs. 12 Boston College

Games played in Portland:

3 UCLA vs. 14 NDSU

6 Purdue vs. 11 SIENA

Games played in Dayton:

2 Louisville vs. 15 ROBERT MORRIS

7 GONZAGA vs. 10 Virginia Tech

Midwest Region (Indianapolis)

Games played in Greensboro:

1 NORTH CAROLINA vs. 16 HOLY CROSS

8 UTAH vs. 9 DAVIDSON

Games played in Kansas City:

4 Missouri vs. 13 NORTHEASTERN

5 Washington vs. 12 Cincinnati

Games played in Minneapolis:

3 Villanova vs. 14 WEBER ST.

6 Florida St. vs. 11 Kentucky

2 MICH. ST. vs. 15 LONG BEACH ST.

7 Arizona St. vs. 10 Unlv

East Region (Boston)

Games played in Philadelphia:

1 UCONN vs. 16 MORGAN ST.

8 Florida vs. 9 DAYTON

Games played in Portland:

4 Kansas vs. 13 NORTHERN IOWA

5 California vs. 12 Miami (FL)

Games played in Miami:

3 MEMPHIS vs. 14 VERMONT

6 BUTLER vs. 11 Wisconsin

2 Clemson vs. 15 E. TENNESSEE ST.

7 West Virginia vs. 10 Southern Cal

West Region (Glendale)

Games played in Dayton:

1 Pittsburgh vs. 16 Play-in Game (PRINCETON vs. ALABAMA ST.)

8 Texas vs. 9 LSU

Games played in Boise:

4 Wake Forest vs. 13 BUFFALO

5 Minnesota vs. 12 Arizona

Games played in Philadelphia:

3 Xavier vs. 14 VMI

6 Ohio St. vs. 11 Brigham Young

Games played in Greensboro:

2 Duke vs. 15 TEX A&M-CC

7 Syracuse vs. 10 South Carolina

Last Four In : Boston College, Cincinnati, Arizona, Miami (FL)

Last Four Out : San Diego St., UAB, Maryland, Creighton

Bids by Conference:

ACC- 8

Big East- 8

Big Ten- 6

Pac-Ten- 6

SEC- 5

Big Twelve- 4

Mt. West- 3

Atlantic Ten- 2

 

Posted on: February 8, 2009 9:46 pm
 

Bracketolobo-y 2/8/09

New name for my bracketology: Bracketolobo-yWink

And a lot of movement and a few new teams in the bracket. Penn St., Texas A&M, and Georgetown all fall out in favor of Michigan, Cincinnati, and Arizona as well some changes in the Auto qualifiers.

The bracket takes into account games through the time of this posting, it is not a projection.

Auto bids are in CAPS. Winner of the Midwest Region plays the winner of the South Region; winner of the East Region plays the winner of the West Region.

Midwest Region (Indianapolis)

Games played in Kansas City:

1 OKLAHOMA vs. 16 MOREHEAD ST.

8 Tennessee vs. 9 Boston College

Games played in Boise:

4 Villanova vs. 13 W. KENTUCKY

5 Minnesota vs. 12 Arizona

Games played in Miami:

3 MEMPHIS vs. 14 NORTH DAKOTA ST.

6 Washington vs. 11 Michigan

Games played in Dayton:

2 Louisville vs. 15 ROBERT MORRIS

7 Florida St. vs. 10 South Carolina

South Region (Memphis)

Games played in Greensboro:

1 NORTH CAROLINA vs. 16 HOLY CROSS

8 Florida vs. 9 Southern Cal.

Games played in Boise:

4 Marquette vs. 13 NORTHEASTERN

5 Ohio St. vs. 12 SAN DIEGO ST.

Games played in Minneapolis:

3 Wake Forest vs. 14 WEBER ST.

6 BUTLER vs. 11 Cinncinnati

2 MICHIGAN ST. vs. 15 TEX A&M-CC

7 Arizona St. vs. 10 Unlv

East Region (Boston)

Games played in Philadelphia:

1 UCONN vs. 16 MORGAN ST.

8 Texas vs. 9 UTAH ST.

Games played in Portland:

4 Illinois vs. 13 NORTHERN IOWA

5 California vs. 12 Miami (FL)

Games played in Kansas City:

3 Kansas vs. 14 E. TENNESSEE ST.

6 Purdue vs. 11 Brigham Young

Games played in Miami:

2 Clemson vs. 15 LONG BEACH ST.

7 W. Virginia vs. 10 Dayton

West Region (Glendale)

Games played in Dayton:

1 Pitt vs. 16 Play-in-game (PRINCETON vs. ALABAMA ST.)

8 Utah vs. 9 DAVIDSON

Games played in Portland:

4 UCLA vs. 13 BUFFALO

5 Missouri vs. 12 Virginia Tech

Games played in Philadelphia:

3 XAVIER vs. 14 VMI

6 Syracuse vs. 11 SIENA

Games played in Greensboro:

2 Duke vs. 15 BOSTON U.

7 GONZAGA vs. 10 LSU

Last Four In: Cincinnati, Virginia Tech, Arizona, Miami (FL)

Last Four Out: Georgetown, Wisconsin, UAB, Penn St.

Bids by Conference:

ACC- 8

Big East- 8

Big 10- 6

Pac-10- 6

Big 12- 4

Mountain West- 4

SEC- 4

A-10- 2

 

 

Posted on: February 5, 2009 6:10 pm
Edited on: February 6, 2009 12:12 am
 

Bracketology 2/5/09

Here is my new bracketology for games through Wednesday night. Miami gets in after there blowout of Wake Forest and San Diego St. gets in as the new Mountain West leader. Kentucky and Baylor drop out of the bracket.

Auto bids are in CAPS. Winner of the Midwest region will play the winner of the South region; winner of the East region will play the winner of the West region.

Midwest Region (Indianapolis)

Games played in Kansas City:

1 OKLAHOMA vs. 16 MOREHEAD ST.

8 Florida St. vs. 9 Southern Cal

Games played in Boise:

4 Syracuse vs. 13 Penn St.

5 GONZAGA vs. 12 SAN DIEGO ST.

Games played in Philadelphia:

3 Wake Forest vs. 14 NORTH DAKOTA ST.

6 Purdue vs. 11 Texas A&M

Games played in Minneapolis:

2 MARQUETTE vs. 15 TEXAS A&M-CC

7 Arizona St. vs. 10 LSU

South Region (Memphis)

Games played in Greensboro:

1 NORTH CAROLINA vs. 16 BOSTON U.

8 Florida vs. 9 Utah

Games played in Boise:

4 Washington vs. 13 W. KENTUCKY

5 Villanova vs. 12 NORTHEASTERN

Games played in Kansas City:

3 Kansas vs. 14 WEBER ST.

6 BUTLER vs. 11 Miami (FL)

Games played in Minneapolis:

2 MICH ST. vs. 15 ROBERT MORRIS

7 West Virginia vs. 10 Dayton

East Region (Boston)

Games played in Philadelphia:

1 Connecticut vs. 16 ALABAMA ST.

8 DAVIDSON vs. 9 Unlv

Games played in Portland:

4 UCLA vs. 13 NORTHERN IOWA

5 Minnesota vs. 12 Virginia Tech

Games played in Miami:

3 XAVIER vs. 14 CORNELL

6 Texas vs. 11 South Carolina

2 Clemson vs. 15 JACKSONVILLE

7 Ohio St. vs. 10 Georgetown

West Region (Glendale)

Games played in Dayton:

1 Pittsburgh vs. 16 Play-in winner (HOLY CROSS vs. MORGAN ST.)

8 California vs. 9 Boston College

Games played in Portland:

4 MEMPHIS vs. 13 BUFFALO

5 Illinois vs. 12 Brigham Young

Games played in Dayton:

3 Louisville vs. 14 VMI

6 Missouri vs. 11 SIENA

Games played in Greensboro:

2 Duke vs. 15 LONG BEACH ST.

7 Tennesse vs. 10 UTAH ST.

 

Last four in: Miami (FL), Virginia Tech, Brigham Young, Penn St.

Last four out: Cincinnati, Oklahoma St., Arizona, Kentucky

Bids by Conference:

ACC-8

Big East-8

Big 10- 6

Big 12- 5

Pac-10- 5

Mountain West- 4

SEC- 4

A-10- 2

 

 

 
 
 
 
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