Sunday, November 28, 2010

The 2010-11 Bracket Matrix Links

All the links used in the Bracket Matrix for 2010-11 are listed below.

The window for new contributors to join the matrix is now closed. Bracketologists who were in the matrix in years past can still join this year's matrix by contacting me.

The Bracket Project - BP

ESPN - Joe Lunardi
CBS - Jerry Palm
FOX Sports - Jordan Schwartz (also at Bleacher Report)
Rivals - Mike Huguenin
Sporting News - Ryan Fagan
Sports Illustrated - Andy Glockner
Yahoo Sports - Brad Evans

5 Borough Sports - 5B
68 & 16 College Sportscast
ASN College Bracketology
Basketball Predictions - BaP
Bleacher Report - Ezra Amacher (BR-EA), Jesse Kramer (BR-JK), Jordan Schwartz (BR-JS)
Blogging the Bracket - BtB
Bluejay Banter Bracketology from White and Blue Review - BBB
Brack Attack
Brackentology - KENT
The Bracket Board - TBB
Bracket Facts
Bracket Madness - MAD
The Bracket Mensa - BM
Bracket Predictions - BrP
Bracketological Excellence - BE
Bracketology 101 - B101
Bracketville USA - BUSA
Bucky's Bracket
Bulldog Brackets
Busting Bracketologists - Bryce and CJ
Busting the Bracket - BtBr
CHN Bracketology
Countdown to March - CM
The D-World Society - DW
Daily Bracket - DB
The Honest Charlatan - HC
Howard Salwasser's Bracket Watch - BW
Jeff D Lowe's Bracketology - JDL
Kentucky Sports Online - KSO
Kerrance James - KJ
Kurt's NCAA Bracket Projection
March 24/7
March Madness '11 - MM11
NCAA Bubble Trouble - NBT
Oak Creek's March Madness
Prime Time Bracketology - PTB
The Quantitative Prognosticator
Rainmaker's Bracketology
RFS Bracket Science
Rock M Nation
Rush the Court - Zach Hayes
Ryan's Bracketology
The Sports Bank - TSB
SportsRatings - SR
Steve's Bracketology
The 68 from the Washington Post - WP
Zoukmaster's NCAA Bracketology

2011 March Madness - MM
Beer's Bracket
Shelby's Bracket WAG
Bracketography - Graph
Bracketville - BV
Brendan Cox's Bracketology - BC
Chandler's Bracketology
Coolpohle's Bracketology - CP
The Columbus Dispatch - Bill Rabinowitz
Crashing the Dance - CtD
D1scourse - D1
DB's Space - DBS
Feature Presentation Online - FPO
Ivar's Sports
LAOJoe Bracketology
Lobofan2003's Bracketology
MAG NCAA Tournament Projections
My San Antonio - Stephen Fontenot - SA
Online Sports Fanatic - Daniel Evans
Real Time RPI
RPI Forecast
Schmolik 64
Seed Madness
The Hoops Report - Ryan Feldman - THR
VTS Bracket
Warren Nolan - WN


Penny Auction Bidding said...

Thanks a lot for this hard work...

Purdue Fan said...

Is Crashing The Dance no longer on the list? I think they do great work and I see they're still active.

Bracket Project said...

Crashing the Dance just became active today.

Purdue Fan said...

Is there any way (maybe next year) to set up the page to freeze the column of team names as you scroll to the right to look at all the seedings for a particular team? Or maybe alternate colors on each team line or something? It gets difficult to make sure you're looking at the right team line as you scroll.

Bracket Project said...

Over the years, I've fiddled around with the look of the matrix and the current format received the least amount of complaints. Things were much better to read when there were 25 brackets rather than 75. While I look for something better, I've added the team names on the other side of the matrix so hopefully that helps.

@Belmocards said...

1 Kansas Ohio State Pittsburgh Notre Dame
16 Alabama St./UTSA Ark-LR NC-Ashville Hampton/UCSB

8 Tennessee Villanova Old Dominion Missouri
9 Michigan State Georgia UCLA Penn State

5 Purdue Vanderbilt West Virginia Cincinnati
12 Virginia Tech Gonzaga Utah St/Boston C. VCU/Colorado

4 Georgetown Louisville North Carolina Wisconsin
13 Oakland Belmont Princeton Indiana State

3 Florida Syracuse Kentucky BYU
14 Long Island Morehead St. St. Peter's Wofford

6 St. John's Arizona Kansas State Texas A&M
11 Memphis Michigan Florida St. Butler

7 Washington UNLV Temple Xavier
10 Richmond George Mason Illinois Marquette

2 Connecticut Texas San Diego St. Duke
15 Bucknell No. Colorado Akron Boston U.

Dre said...

WOW. My projected bracket would have won with 336 points. Nailed all of the 1-4 seeds and 41 teams total, 59 within 1. I'll have to start a blog so I can get in next year.