1-3-1 Sports Field of 68 – February 4th

(Actual Bracket and Polls Posted Below)


The 1 Seeds

Kansas, Florida, Indiana, Michigan

The 2 Seeds

Duke, Syracuse, Arizona, Gonzaga

The 3 Seeds

Miami (FL), Louisville, Michigan State, Ohio State

The 4 Seeds

Butler, Oregon, New Mexico, Cincinnati

The 5 Seeds

NC State, Minnesota, Creighton, Marquette

The 6 Seeds

UNLV, Kansas State, Wichita State, Georgetown

The 7 Seeds

Pittsburgh, San Diego State, VCU, Notre Dame

The 8 Seeds

UCLA, Missouri, Mississippi, Colorado State

The 9 Seeds

Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Baylor, Oklahoma State

The 10 Seeds

Colorado, North Carolina, Memphis, Kentucky

The 11 Seeds

Belmont, Illinois, Southern Miss, Iowa State

The 12 Seeds

Middle Tennessee, Saint Louis, Temple, St. Mary’s (CA), La Salle, BYU

The 13 Seeds

Bucknell, Louisiana Tech, Akron, Stephen F. Austin

The 14 Seeds

North Dakota State, Valparaiso, Davidson, Harvard

The 15 Seeds

Long Beach State, Montana, Stony Brook, Northeastern

The 16 Seeds

Niagara, Florida Gulf Coast, Southern, Bryant, Charleston Southern, Norfolk State




Last Four In

Temple, St. Mary’s (CA), La Salle, BYU

First Four Out

Alabama, Virginia, Maryland, Charlotte

Next Four Out

Villanova, Boise State, Wyoming, Iowa




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

America East – Stony Brook

ACC – Duke, Miami (FL), NC State, North Carolina

Atlantic Sun – Florida Gulf Coast

Atlantic 10 – Butler, VCU, Saint Louis, Temple, La Salle

Big East – Syracuse, Louisville, Cincinnati, Marquette, Georgetown, Pittsburgh, Notre Dame

Big Sky – Montana

Big South – Charleston Southern

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

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

Big West – Long Beach State

Colonial – Northeastern

Conference USA – Memphis, Southern Miss

Horizon – Valparaiso

Ivy – Harvard

MAAC – Niagara

MAC – Akron

MEAC – Norfolk State

MVC – Creighton, Wichita State

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

Northeast – Bryant

Ohio Valley – Belmont

Pac-12 – Arizona, Oregon, UCLA, Colorado

Patriot – Bucknell

SEC – Florida, Missouri, Mississippi, Kentucky

Southern – Davidson

Southland – Stephen F. Austin

Summit – North Dakota State

Sun Belt – Middle Tennessee

SWAC – Southern

WAC – Louisiana Tech

WCC – Gonzaga, St. Mary’s (CA), BYU



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 Bracket 2-3-13







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