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My final bracket projection

Posted on: March 14, 2010 3:52 pm
 

Here's my final bracket projection.

I suspect it's exactly right.

(Teams are listed with no regard to region)

1. Kansas, Kentucky, Syracuse, West Virginia
2. Duke, Ohio State, Kansas State, Georgetown
3. Villanova, New Mexico, Wisconsin, Baylor
4. Pittsburgh, Michigan State, Tennessee, Temple
5. Maryland, Purdue, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt
6. Butler, BYU, Xavier, Richmond
7. Texas, Gonzaga, Florida State, Oklahoma State
8. Georgia Tech, Marquette, San Diego State, Northern Iowa
9. UNLV, Saint Mary's, Missouri, Clemson
10. Wake Forest, Old Dominion, California, Notre Dame
11. Louisville, Utah State, UTEP, Minnesota
12. Florida, Cornell, Siena, Washington
13. Oakland, Wofford, Murray State, New Mexico State
14. Montana, Ohio, Houston, Sam Houston State
15. Robert Morris, Vermont, North Texas, UC Santa Barbara
16. Winthrop, Morgan State, East Tennessee State, Lehigh/Arkansas-Pine Bluff
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lilman_bigskill
Since: Nov 7, 2006
Posted on: March 15, 2010 10:14 am
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Since: Feb 27, 2007
Posted on: March 15, 2010 12:56 am
 

My final bracket projection

Why was Clemson never considered on the bubble. The 3 ACC resume's. Notable Non-Conference games listed. All other non-conference games were walk-throughs. Conference schedule is unbalanced. None of these teams beat Duke, the only "power" victory in the ACC this year. The conference records listed are the records against the ACC top 7. 

VT--  Temple  L     &nbs
p;    CLEM-- Tex A&M   L     &nbs
p;  WF--  Purdue    L
      
;  S Hall    W 
      
;     &nbs
p;     &nb
sp; Butler   &n
bsp;   W     &nbs
p;     &nb
sp;   Gonzaga  W
      
;        
;     &nbs
p;     &nb
sp;     &n
bsp;     &
nbsp;     Illinois    &nb
sp; L     &nbs
p;     &nb
sp;    B & Mary  L
      
;     &nbs
p;     &nb
sp;     &n
bsp;     &
nbsp;     
      
;     &nbs
p;     &nb
sp;     &n
bsp;     &
nbsp;     
      Richmond  W
      
;     &nbs
p;     &nb
sp;     &n
bsp;     &
nbsp;     
      
;     &nbs
p;     &nb
sp;     &n
bsp;     &
nbsp;     
      Xavier     
; W


      
; 3-3    &
nbsp;     
      
;     &nbs
p;     &nb
sp;     4-6     &n
bsp;     &
nbsp;     
      
;     3-4
      
; Beat Clemson    &nbs
p;     &nb
sp;     &n
bsp; Lost @WF     &nb
sp;     &n
bsp;      Lost @VT
      
; Beat W Forest     
;     &nbs
p;     &nb
sp; Lost @VT     &nb
sp;     &n
bsp;      Beat Clemson
      
;     &nbs
p;     &nb
sp;     &n
bsp;     &
nbsp;     
      
;  Beat Maryland    &nb
sp;     &n
bsp; Beat Maryland


Wake ranks #1 out of these 3.

The other two really proved nothing, both shouldn't be in.

But... Clemson GETS a 7 seed AND faces a team that is going through a Robbie Hummel like injury that occurred a couple weeks ago and has looked CBI'ish ever since, just like the Boilers looked vs. Minny.

That's not a good team by any stretch of the imagination.




Since: Dec 15, 2009
Posted on: March 14, 2010 9:23 pm
 

My final bracket projection

Well I guess you got the teams right. But you're seeding was terrible.



Since: May 20, 2008
Posted on: March 14, 2010 5:27 pm
 

My final bracket projection

Hahaha, typical Gary.

Syracuse is a 2 because Duke won the ACC tourney in my opinion. Wisconsin is by far not a 3 with MSU and Purdue a 4 and 5. Wisconsin should be a 5, MSU a 4, Purdue a 4, and Temple should be a 3.

Just my input. Also, Illinios should be in to make it 6 Big10 teams. I will give you credit at least you don't have Va Tech in your bracket.

Grizz



Since: Nov 30, 2006
Posted on: March 14, 2010 4:43 pm
 

My final bracket projection

Nice job on the play-in game Gary, I have the exact same teams. The only flaw I see is Purdue falling that far. I think they will still salvage a 4 seed. Other than that I love the projections.



Since: Mar 12, 2007
Posted on: March 14, 2010 4:39 pm
 

My final bracket projection

Gary -- Hope you're right about Georgetown being a #2!  Seems odd as there's no other 10-loss team until you get down to the #7 seeds (OK St).  Then again, #1 SOS, #7 RPI, some quality wins, possible forgiveness of a few late-season losses for Freeman's diabetes...who knows.

It's the most...wonderful time...of the year!


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