Monday, February 27, 2012

Bracket - February 27

Check the matrix for everybody else's opinion.

Also see this year's schedule for the conference tournaments.

NCAA Seed List and Bracket
1 - Kentucky, Syracuse, Michigan State, Kansas
2 - North Carolina, Duke, Missouri, Ohio State
3 - Marquette, Baylor, Georgetown, Michigan
4 - Florida, Indiana, Wisconsin, Wichita State
5 - UNLV, Louisville, Temple, Vanderbilt
6 - Murray State, Gonzaga, Florida State, New Mexico
7 - Notre Dame, Alabama, Memphis, Virginia
8 - Saint Louis, Kansas State, Iowa State, Creighton
9 - California, St. Mary's (CA), Connecticut, San Diego State
10 - Harvard, Purdue, Texas, Long Beach State
11 - West Virginia, Southern Miss, BYU, Seton Hall
12 - Middle Tennessee, Iona, Miami, Belmont
13 - Northwestern, Virginia Commonwealth, Cincinnati, Arizona, Xavier, Washington
14 - Akron, Davidson, Oral Roberts, Drexel
15 - Nevada, Texas-Arlington, Weber State, Bucknell
16 - Savannah State, Mississippi Valley State, Long Island, Stony Brook, UNC-Asheville, Valparaiso

http://bracketproject.50webs.com/PDFS/022712.pdf

NIT Seed list and bracket

Note that teams seeded 6-8 are very vulnerable and could be replaced by conference champions who do not make the NCAA tournament.

1 - South Florida, St. Joseph's, Dayton, Mississippi State
2 - Oregon, Colorado State, North Carolina State, Central Florida
3 - South Dakota State, Illinois, Ohio, New Mexico State
4 - Minnesota, Northern Iowa, Arkansas, Wyoming
5 - LSU, Marshall, Colorado, UCLA
6 - Cleveland State, Stanford, La Salle, Tennessee
7 - Mississippi, Massachusetts, Clemson, Tulsa
8 - St. Bonaventure, Denver, Wagner, Loyola-Maryland

http://bracketproject.50webs.com/PDFS/NIT022712.pdf

3 comments:

OLCoach77 said...

Question?

I see you have a Purdue at a 10 seed. But you have Notre Dame, Alabama, Memphis, and Virginia on your 7 line.

If you look at the numbers Purdue they have just as good of numbers then ND(your #1 7 Seed). Bama, Memp have better RPI,SOS but lack Top 50 wins compared to Purdue, while Purdue also has one more Top 25 win. With Virginia, it isn't even close IMO. Purdue RPI is one less then Virginia but has a much better SOS and more Top 50/100 wins.

Bracket Project said...

First off, the seed list does not reflect the true S-Curve rankings.

Second, Purdue is a true 9-seed that had to be shifted down to 10because of bracket principles.

I'll admit I have Memphis a bit too high. ND will drop a little after its loss. I think Virginia had a better non-con performance but I can see how that could be considered a wash. I'll take all of this into consideration in the future.

storminspank said...

Colorado over Iowa?