February 13th Bracket


Midwest West South East
1 Kansas Syracuse Kentucky Villanova
2 Georgetown Purdue Kansas St Duke
3 New Mexico Gonzaga West Virginia Northern Iowa
4 Vanderbilt BYU Ohio St Butler
5 Wisconsin Tennessee Pitt Texas
6 Temple Baylor Wake Forest Michigan St
7 Texas A&M Georgia Tech Rhode Island UNLV
8 UAB Richmond Missouri Maryland
9 Virginia Tech Clemson Xavier Dayton
10 Florida St California St Marys Texas Tech
11 Florida South Florida Illinois Mississippi
12 Charlotte Oklahoma St Utah St Old Dominion
13 Siena Kent St Murray State Oakland
14 Pacific Wofford Sam Houston St Weber St
15 Princeton Stony Brook North Texas Morgan St
16 Texas Southern/Lehigh Robert Morris Jacksonville Coastal Carolina
In the Mix In Today Out Today By Conference
UTEP Princeton Cornell Big 12 – 8
Louisville Weber St Northern Colorado ACC – 7
Notre Dame Big East – 6
VCU Atlantic 10 – 6
Marquette SEC – 5
Wichita St Big 10 – 5
Cincinnati Mountain West – 3
Mississippi St West Coast – 2
Seton Hall All Others – 1

Bracket Notes

I’ve removed the Ohio St games that Evan Turner missed from my S-Curve formula.  Removing those games causes Ohio St to jump to a #4 seed.  A preliminary analysis of Wisconsin, missing Jon Leuer, shows them as a #3 seed if the games Leuer missed are removed.  Similarly, removing the game Michigan St lost to Illinois because of Kalin Lucas’ injury would move them up to a #5 seed.  I’m holding off on changing the seeds for Wisconsin and Michigan St however, since those injury situations have not yet stabilized.

For most of the automatic bids for the lower conference teams, I simply select the team with the best RPI, only changing those teams when the selected team loses.  However, since the Ivy League takes the regular season champion, I am adding Princeton to the bracket since they are the last undefeated team left in the conference.  In any case, Princeton plays Cornell tonight and the winner of that game will be in tomorrow’s bracket.  A Cornell win tomorrow would give them a 12 or 13 seed.

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