February 5th Bracket

Midwest West East South
1 Kansas Syracuse Villanova Kentucky
2 Purdue Kansas St Duke West Virginia
3 Georgetown BYU Texas Michigan St
4 Northern Iowa Vanderbilt Tennessee New Mexico
5 Temple Wisconsin Rhode Island Baylor
6 Georgia Tech Pitt Gonzaga Butler
7 UNLV Wake Forest Ohio St Xavier
8 UAB St Marys Texas A&M Clemson
9 Mississippi Missouri Florida St South Florida
10 Oklahoma St Florida Louisville Maryland
11 Charlotte Richmond Cornell Wichita St
12 Notre Dame Siena Cincinnati Old Dominion
13 California Utah St Kent St Western Carolina
14 Northern Colorado Sam Houston St Oakland Murray State
15 Pacific North Texas Morgan St Jacksonville
16 Texas Southern/Lehigh Robert Morris Maine Coastal Carolina
In the Mix In Today Out Today By Conference
Virginia Notre Dame Virginia Big East – 9
Dayton North Texas Arkansas St Big 12 – 7
Tulsa ACC – 6
Texas Tech SEC – 5
Connecticut Atlantic 10 – 5
San Diego St Big 10 – 4
Virginia Tech
Mountain West – 3
Mississippi St West Coast – 2
Marquette Missouri Valley – 2
VCU All Others – 1
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  1. #1 by Nathan on February 7, 2010 - 12:55 AM

    I think you should re-look at Wisconsin’s schedule. You must have overlooked their quality wins. They are a 3 seed and bordering on a 2 with wins against Duke, Michigan St, Ohio St and Purdue. They have a top 10 SOS and are ranked 9 in RPI, #5 in Kenpom. They hare a better record than Ohio St, tougher Schedule by 50 spots, they split with them head to head, and have better wins than them. Also, UW is missing their best player for most of their conference play which the committee needs to use to realize they should actually be a game or 2 better.

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