Noah Holley Bracketology: March 10, 2017

EAST Sites: Buffalo, Orlando, Orlando, Tulsa 1 Villanova* vs 16 Mount St Mary's*/South Dakota State* 8 Oklahoma State vs 9 Northwestern 5 Virginia vs 12 Vermont* 4 Florida vs 13 East Tennessee State 6 Wisconsin vs 11 Vanderbilt 3 Florida State vs 14 Florida Gulf Coast 7 Dayton vs 10 Marquette 2 Baylor vs 15 Texas Southern* SOUTH Sites: Greenville, Indianapolis,

Brett Siegel Bracketology: March 10, 2017

2 days  and 20 more conference tournament championships to go until Selection Sunday! Yesterday was the definition of March Madness and shook up the bracket again! Be sure to check out my previous Bracketology to see who moved where! March 8, 2017 March 6, 2017 March 2, 2017 February 27, 2017

Jonathon Warriner’s Bracketology: Thursday Madness

East Region (New York City) 1.Villanova (Buffalo) 16.Texas Southern/ Mount St. Mary’s 8.Michigan 9.VCU 4.West Virginia (Buffalo) 13.Vermont 5.Virginia 12.UNC Wilmington 3.Florida (Orlando) 14.Florida Gulf Coast 6.Wisconsin 11.USC 2.Duke (Greenville) 15.Iona 7.Iowa State 10.Xavier West Region (San Jose) 1.Gonzaga (Sacramento) 16.UC Irvine 8.South Carolina 9.Oklahoma State 4.Purdue (Milwaukee) 13.Akron 5.Notre Dame 12.Texas Arlington 3.Florida State (Orlando) 14.Princeton 6.Cincinnati 11.Providence 2.Oregon (Sacramento) 15.North Dakota 7.Creighton 10.Michigan State South Region (Memphis) 1.North Carolina (Greenville) 16.UNC Central/ Jacksonville State 8.Dayton 9.Seton Hall 4.Butler (Milwaukee) 13.Winthrop 5.Minnesota 12.Vanderbilt/ Wake Forest 3.UCLA (Salt Lake City) 14.Cal State Bakersfield 6.St. Mary’s 11.Kansas

Noah Holley Bracketology: March 9, 2017

How's it going, everybody! Welcome to my updated bracket.  People, we are just THREE days away from Selection Sunday!  This is the craziest time of the year in college basketball, and it's about to get even crazier today, as the top seeds in the major conference tournaments will hit the court. We

Brett Siegel Bracketology: March 8, 2017

The countdown is down to 4 days! With the ACC tournament starting yesterday and many more starting today and tomorrow, the bracket could be shaken up big time with one loss. One more ticket will be punched tonight before a basketball filled weekend! Be sure to check out my previous Bracketology

Jonathon Warriner’s Bracketology: 4 days until Selection Sunday

East Region (New York City) 1.Villanova (Buffalo) 16.Mount St. Mary’s 8.Virginia Tech 9.South Carolina 4.West Virginia (Milwaukee) 13.Akron 5.Purdue 12.Texas Arlington 3.Duke (Greenville) 14.Bucknell 6.Cincinnati 11.Middle Tennessee 2.Kentucky (Indianpolis) 15.Iona 7.Wichita State 10.Northwestern West Region (San Jose) 1.Gonzaga (Sacramento) 16.UC Irvine 8.Oklahoma State 9.Michigan 4.Virginia (Buffalo) 13.Vermont 5.Minnesota 12.Kansas State/ Xavier 3.Florida State (Orlando) 14.Florida Gulf Coast 6.Iowa State 11.Michigan State 2.Oregon (Sacramento) 15.North Dakota 7.St. Mary’s 10.Syracuse Midwest Region (Kansas City) 1.Kansas (Tulsa) 16.New Orleans/ Texas Southern 8.Arkansas 9.VCU 4.Arizona (Salt Lake City) 13.East Tennessee State 5.Notre Dame 12.Nevada 3.UCLA (Salt Lake

Noah Holley Bracketology: March 7, 2017

What's up, everybody!  Welcome to my latest bracket. As you guys know, it is officially March Madness.  As of Tuesday, seven of the 32 automatic bids have been clinched. Let's take a look at those seven teams: TICKETS PUNCHED: Tonight, four more conference champions will be crowned, from the WCC, the Summit, the Horizon

At Large Bid Breakdown by Conference

At-Large Bid Breakdown By: Jonathon Warriner Lock- There is no possible chance this team misses the NCAA Tournament In Good shape- Not a lock but they are safely off the bubble for now On the Bubble- These teams may be projected as in or out, but they are clearly in danger of missing the

Jonathon Warriner’s Bracketology: 5 days until Selection Sunday

East Region (New York City) 1.Villanova (Buffalo) 16.Texas Southern/ Mount St. Mary’s 8.Virginia Tech 9.South Carolina 4.West Virginia (Milwaukee) 13.Akron 5.Notre Dame 12.Texas Arlington 3.Duke (Greenville) 14.Bucknell 6.Wisconsin 11.USC 2.Kentucky (Indianpolis) 15.Northern Kentucky 7.Wichita State 10.Providence West Region (San Jose) 1.Gonzaga (Sacramento) 16.UC Irvine 8.Oklahoma State 9.Marquette 4.Virginia (Buffalo) 13.Vermont 5.Purdue 12.UNC Wilmington 3.Florida State (Orlando) 14.Florida Gulf Coast 6.Cincinnati 11.Michigan State 2.Oregon (Sacramento) 15.North Dakota 7.Iowa State 10.Syracuse Midwest Region (Kansas City) 1.Kansas (Tulsa) 16.New Orleans 8.Arkansas 9.VCU 4.Arizona (Salt Lake City) 13.East Tennessee State 5.St. Mary’s 12.Nevada 3.UCLA (Salt

Brett Siegel Bracketology: March 6, 2017

We are now 6 days away from Selection Sunday and Champ Week is in full swing! Four teams have already punched their ticket into March Madness, as others look to do so within the next few days! Be sure to check out my previous Bracketology to see who moved where! March

Bubble Watch: March 6

Ugh… now that I have recovered from Duke losing to UNC, let’s talk about the bubble. This weekend offered plenty of excellent matchups, and did not disappoint. Plenty of locks, plenty of big wins, crushing losses, serving as an excellent warmup to conference tournament season. At this point it’s final

Jonathon Warriner’s Bracketology: 6 days until Selection Sunday

East Region (New York City) 1.Villanova (Buffalo) 16.Texas Southern/ Mount St. Mary’s 8.Wisconsin 9.South Carolina 4.West Virginia (Buffalo) 13.Vermont 5.Virginia 12.Michigan State 3.Duke (Greenville) 14.Princeton 6.Maryland 11.Providence 2.Kentucky (Indianapolis) 15.Bucknell 7.Oklahoma State 10.USC West Region (San Jose) 1.Gonzaga (Sacramento) 16.UC Irvine 8.Virginia Tech 9.Seton Hall 4.Purdue (Milwaukee) 13.East Tennessee State 5.Notre Dame 12.Texas Arlington 3.Florida State (Orlando) 14.Florida Gulf Coast 6.Iowa State 11.Middle Tennessee 2.Oregon (Sacramento) 15.North Dakota 7.Dayton 10.Marquette Midwest Region (Kansas City) 1.Kansas (Tulsa) 16.New Orleans 8.Miami 9.Arkansas 4.Butler (Milwaukee) 13.Akron 5.SMU 12.Kansas State/ Wake Forest 3.Arizona (Salt Lake City) 14.CSU Bakersfield 6.Cincinnati 11.Nevada 2.Louisville

Jonathon Warriner’s Bracketology: 7 days until Selection Sunday

East Region (New York City) 1.Villanova (Buffalo) 16.Texas Southern/ Mount St. Mary’s 8.Wisconsin 9.South Carolina 4.West Virginia (Buffalo) 13.Vermont 5.Virginia 12.Monmouth 3.Duke (Greenville) 14.East Tennessee State 6.Maryland 11.Middle Tennessee 2.Kentucky (Indianapolis) 15.Princeton 7.Oklahoma State 10.USC West Region (San Jose) 1.Gonzaga (Sacramento) 16.UC Irvine 8.Miami 9.Arkansas 4.Purdue (Milwaukee) 13.Texas Arlington 5.SMU 12.Providence 3.Florida State (Orlando) 14.Florida Gulf Coast 6.Iowa State 11.Michigan State 2.Oregon (Sacramento) 15.Cal State Bakersfield 7.Creighton 10.Syracuse Midwest Region (Kansas City) 1.Kansas (Tulsa) 16.New Orleans 8.Virginia Tech 9.Michigan 4.Butler (Milwaukee) 13.Akron 5.Minnesota 12.Wake Forest/ Illinois State 3.Arizona (Salt Lake City) 14.South Dakota 6.Cincinnati 11.Rhode Island/

Jonathon Warriner’s Bracketology: 8 days until Selection Sunday

East Region (New York City) 1.Villanova (Buffalo) 16.North Dakota 8.Miami 9.Michigan 4.West Virginia (Buffalo) 13.Vermont 5.Virginia 12.Monmouth 3.Florida (Orlando) 14.Florida Gulf Coast 6.Iowa State 11.Syracuse 2.Duke (Greenville) 15.Princeton 7.Maryland 10.Seton Hall West Region (San Jose) 1.Gonzaga (Sacramento) 16.Texas Southern/ UC Davis 8.Oklahoma State 9.Northwestern 4.Purdue (Milwaukee) 13.Akron 5.SMU 12.Xavier/ Rhode Island 3.Butler (Milwaukee) 14.Winthrop 6.Notre Dame 11.UNC Wilmington 2.Oregon (Sacramento) 15.Cal State Bakersfield 7.South Carolina 10.Michigan State Midwest Region (Kansas City) 1.Kansas (Tulsa) 16.New Orleans 8.Wichita State 9.Arkansas 4.Florida State (Orlando) 13.Oakland 5.Minnesota 12.Providence 3.Louisville (Indianapolis) 14.East Tennessee State 6.Creighton 11.Middle Tennessee 2.Kentucky (Indianapolis) 15.Bucknell 7.Dayton 10.USC South Region (Memphis) 1.North Carolina

Bubble Watch: March 3

In the grand scheme of things, the late games shouldn’t mean more than the early games. Each game has an equal percentage of weight on a Win-Loss record, and the quality of teams does not always uptick with conference play. Of course, that’s why we look at more than numbers,