March 9th Bracket

Midwest East
1 Kentucky 1 Syracuse
16 Western Kentucky/Vermont 16 UNC-Asheville
Louisville Pittsburgh
8 Gonzaga 8 Iowa St
9 Purdue 9 Alabama
4 Florida St 4 Murray St
13 VCU 13 Akron
Nashville Albuquerque
5 Notre Dame 5 Wichita St
12 Oregon/Dayton 12 Washington/BYU
3 Michigan 3 Wisconsin
14 Belmont 14 Montana
Columbus Portland
6 UNLV 6 San Diego St
11 Xavier 11 Tennessee
7 Southern Miss 7 Cincinnati
10 Virginia 10 Kansas St
Omaha Greensboro
2 Missouri 2 Duke
15 Long Island 15 Loyola (MD)
South West
1 North Carolina 1 Kansas
16 Detroit 16 Miss Valley St/Lamar
Greensboro Omaha
8 Creighton 8 New Mexico
9 Colorado St 9 California
4 Georgetown 4 Indiana
13 Long Beach St 13 Nevada
Louisville Nashville
5 Temple 5 Louisville
12 Harvard 12 NC State
3 Baylor 3 Marquette
14 Davidson 14 South Dakota St
Albuquerque Portland
6 Vanderbilt 6 Memphis
11 South Florida 11 West Virginia
7 St Marys 7 Florida
10 Connecticut 10 Saint Louis
Pittsburgh Columbus
2 Ohio St 2 Michigan St
15 Lehigh 15 Norfolk St
In The Mix In Today Out Today By Conference
St Josephs BYU Mississippi St Big East – 9
Marshall Lamar TX Arlington Big Ten – 6
Texas SEC – 5
Mississippi St Big 12 – 5
Miami (FL) ACC – 5
Iona Atlantic 10 – 4
Arizona MWC – 4
UCF Pac 12 – 3
Seton Hall WCC – 3
Mississippi CUSA – 2
MVC – 2
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  1. #1 by CMurphy on March 9, 2012 - 11:50 AM

    Hello, Tennessee’s RPI is at 77, the highest RPI to ever make the at-large field is 74. The highest in the last ten years is 68 in 2002. RPI is a great barometer on at-large teams that make the field and the selection committee no longer looks at the last ten games but of all the games and Tennessee has some really bad loses. Why is Tennessee in?

  2. #2 by GJE on March 9, 2012 - 12:12 PM

    I realize that Tennessee’s RPI ranking is terrible (I have it at 75), but the at-large field is 3 teams larger since last year, so there is a greater potential for that record to be broken. Tennessee’s good wins are really good (Florida twice and Vanderbilt) and they finished tied for second in their conference. Their bad losses are pretty bad, but the committee has not penalized teams as badly in recent years for really bad losses.

  3. #3 by CMurphy on March 9, 2012 - 12:25 PM

    Thanks, take care and thanks for all the hard work you put in!

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