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Posted on: March 11, 2009 12:06 am
 

Lobofan2003's Bracket Seeds 3/10/09

I don't have time to post a full bracket as I am headed off to the MWC tourney in Vegas in the morning, but here are my seed lines through the conference tournaments of Tuesday.

#1 Seeds: Pitt, North Carolina, Connecticut, Louisville

#2 Seeds: Oklahoma, Michigan St., Duke, Kansas

#3 Seeds: Memphis, Wake Forest, Villanova, Missouri

#4 Seeds: Washington, Clemson, UCLA, Xavier

#5 Seeds: Florida St., Syracuse, Gonzaga, Illinois

#6 Seeds: Marquette, LSU, Purdue, Arizona St.

#7 Seeds: Utah, California, West Virginia, BYU

#8 Seeds: Butler, Tennessee, Dayton, Texas

#9 Seeds: Wisconsin, Texas A&M, Ohio St., Oklahoma St.

#10 Seeds: Michigan, Utah St., Boston College, Minnesota

#11 Seeds: Arizona, Creighton, UNLV, Siena

#12 Seeds: South Carolina, Western Kentucky, VCU, New Mexico

#13 Seeds: Cleveland St., American, Northern Iowa, Stephen F. Austin

#14 Seeds: Binghamton, North Dakota St., Robert Morris, Cornell

#15 Seeds: Portland St., E. Tennessee St., Morgan St., Radford

#16 Seeds: Morehead St., Bowling Green, CSU Northridge, Chattanooga, Alabama St.

Last Five In: Creighton, Arizona, UNLV, South Carolina, New Mexico

Last Five Out: St. Mary's, SDSU, Auburn, Penn St., Florida

Posted on: March 8, 2009 10:54 pm
Edited on: March 8, 2009 11:30 pm
 

Bracketology 3/8/09

Here's the Bracketology through the majority of Sunday's games. I am going to assume that St. Mary's will win their semifinal game later tonight to get themselves into the bracket, otherwise they would be out of the bracket.

Louisville claims the 4th #1 seed, just edging out Michigan St., by claiming the outright Big East title, although I have a feeling that the Big East will only wind up with two #1 seeds when all this is said and done.

The conference tournaments will really sort out all out of this. The last five in and last five out can easily be switched depending how each of those teams do in their conference tournaments.

Projected Auto bids are in CAPS, if they have already clinched an autobid they are in Bold . Winner of the South Region will play the winner of the East Region; the winner of the Midwest Region will play the winner of the West Region.

South Region (Memphis)

Games played in Greensboro:

1 NORTH CAROLINA vs. 16 BOWLING GREEN
8 Dayton vs. 9 Texas A&M

Games played in Portland:

4 Ucla vs. 13 AMERICAN
5 Marquette vs. 12 New Mexico

Games played in Boise:

3 Missouri vs. 14 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN
6 Syracuse vs. 11 South Carolina

Games played in Minneapolis:

2 MICHIGAN ST. vs. 15 CORNELL
7 BUTLER vs. 10 Boston College

East Region (Boston)

Games played in Philadelphia:

1 Connecticut vs. 16 MOREHEAD ST.
8 Texas vs. 9 Ohio St.

Games played in Portland:

4 WASHINGTON vs. 13 NORTHERN IOWA
5 Florida St. vs. 12 W. Kentucky

Games played in Philadelphia:

3 Villanova vs. 14 CHARLESTON
6 LSU vs. 11 Arizona

Games played in Greensboro:

2 Duke vs. 15 E. TENNESSEE ST.
7 BYU vs. 10 Minnesota

Midwest Region (Indianapolis)

Games played in Dayton:

1 Pittsburgh vs. Play-in game winner (CSU NORTHRIDGE vs. ALABAMA ST.)
8 Tennessee vs. 9 Oklahoma St.

Games played in Boise:

4 XAVIER vs. 13 VCU
5 Illinois vs. 12 St. Mary's

Games played in Minneapolis:

3 MEMPHIS vs. 14 NORTH DAKOTA ST.
6 Arizona St. vs. 11 Creighton

Games played in Kansas City:

2 KANSAS vs. 15 ROBERT MORRIS
7 Utah vs. 10 Michigan

West Region (Glendale)

Games played in Dayton:

1 LOUISVILLE vs. 16 RADFORD
8 California vs. 9 Wisconsin

Games played in Miami:

4 Clemson vs. 13 WEBER ST.
5 GONZAGA vs. 12 SIENA

3 Wake Forest vs. 14 BINGHAMTON
6 Purdue vs. 11 Unlv

Games played in Kansas City:

2 Oklahoma vs. 15 MORGAN ST.
7 W. Virginia vs. 10 UTAH ST.

Last Five In: Arizona, Creighton, UNLV, St. Mary's, New Mexico

Last Five Out: San Diego State, Auburn, Penn St., Miami (FL), Florida

Next Five Out: Providence, Virginia Tech, Maryland, Rhode Island, USC

 

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