1-3-1 Sports Field of 68 – February 6th


The 1 Seeds

Syracuse, Kentucky, Ohio State, Missouri

The 2 Seeds

Baylor, Kansas, North Carolina, Duke

The 3 Seeds

Michigan State, Georgetown, Florida, Marquette

The 4 Seeds

UNLV, Creighton, Wisconsin, Louisville

The 5 Seeds

Michigan, San Diego State, St. Mary’s, Florida State

The 6 Seeds

Virginia, Murray State, Indiana, Mississippi State

The 7 Seeds

Temple, Gonzaga, Wichita State, Vanderbilt

The 8 Seeds

Connecticut, Harvard, West Virginia, Southern Miss

The 9 Seeds

Illinois, Iowa State, Memphis, Saint Louis

The 10 Seeds

Washington, Alabama, California, BYU

The 11 Seeds

Notre Dame, Kansas State, New Mexico, Seton Hall

The 12 Seeds

Purdue, NC State, Colorado State, Miami(FL), Xavier, Arkansas

The 13 Seeds

Long  Beach State, Davidson, Oral Roberts, Middle Tennessee

The 14 Seeds

Iona, Nevada, Akron, Cleveland State

The 15 Seeds

Drexel, Belmont, Weber State, Bucknell

The 16 Seeds

Stony Brook, Miss. Valley State, Norfolk State, LIU Brooklyn, Texas-Arlington, UNC-Asheville




Last Four In
Colorado State, Miami (FL), Xavier, Arkansas

Last Four Out
Minnesota, Texas, Arizona, Wyoming

Next Four Out
Northwestern, Pittsburgh, UCF, Massachusetts



Big East (8), Big Ten (7), SEC(6),  ACC (5), Big 12 (5), MWC (4), WCC (3), Atlantic 10 (3), Pac-12 (2), MVC (2), C-USA (2)


America East – Stony Brook

ACC – North Carolina, Duke, Florida State, Virginia, North Carolina State, Miami (FL)

Atlantic Sun – Belmont

Atlantic 10 – Temple, Saint Louis, Xavier

Big East – Syracuse, Georgetown, Marquette, Louisville, Connecticut, West Virginia, Seton Hall, Notre Dame

Big Sky – Weber State

Big South – UNC-Asheville

Big Ten – Ohio State, Michigan State, Wisconsin, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Purdue

Big 12 – Kansas, Baylor, Missouri, Kansas State, Iowa State

Big West – Long Beach State

Colonial – Drexel

Conference USA – Southern Miss, Memphis

Horizon – Cleveland State

Ivy – Harvard

MAAC – Iona

MAC – Akron

MEAC – Norfolk State

MVC – Creighton, Wichita State

MWC – San Diego State, UNLV, New Mexico, Colorado State

Northeast – LIU Brooklyn

Ohio Valley – Murray State

Pac-12 – Washington, California

Patriot – Bucknell

SEC – Kentucky, Florida, Mississippi State, Vanderbilt, Alabama, Arkansas

Southern – Davidson

Southland – Texas-Arlington

Summit – Oral Roberts

Sun Belt – Middle Tennessee

SWAC – Miss. Valley State

WAC – Nevada

WCC – St. Mary’s, Gonzaga, BYU



  1. Jack · February 9, 2012

    Can’t have Arkansas and Washington and not Minnesota. Minnesota has 3 top 50 wins and one on the road. 5-5 road neutral. Arkansas has 0 road or neutral wins! Minnesota is a 10 seed. Fix it please.

  2. JLC33 · February 9, 2012

    Thank you for your comment Jack! My projections are based on a somewhat complicated formula that combines current record, RPI, SOS, and many other factors WITH PROJECTED final record, RPI, SOS, and many other factors. As of the date of posting for this bracket, my current and foreseeable projections had Minnesota on the cusp, but barely behind Arkansas. Also, Washington is projected to get the automatic bid from the Pac-12. Then again, that could change in the next bracket projection, as Washington has trips to Corvallis and Eugene coming up this weekend.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s