The 1-68 seed list and, for those using screen readers, a text-only version of Saturday’s bracket.
The 1-68 seed list and, for those using screen readers, a text-only version of Friday’s bracket.
As the day sessions morph into evening ones, it’s time to check in on the cut line picture.
Six of the seven bubble teams in action yesterday took care of business, with Wisconsin being the exception. However, given the crowded race of teams with similarly meh profiles and the potential for bid thieves, winning remains the only way to avoid hearing a ‘pop’ on Sunday evening.
The 1-68 seed list and, for those using screen readers, a text-only version of Thursday’s bracket.
It may be BYU’s last trip to the Orleans Arena, but Saint Mary’s and Gonzaga are the highlight attractions overshadowing the Cougars’ pending departure.
Oral Roberts ran the table in Summit League play, but the Golden Eagles will likely need to win three more games to reach the field of 68.
Top-seeded Merrimack is not yet eligible for the postseason and the eventual winner will almost assuredly be one of the teams assigned to the First Four.
The event has expanded to five days with the conference’s expansion to 13 teams—14 (at least) in 2023-24.
The No. 1 seed in this season’s event has never qualified for an NCAA Tournament, but that won’t mean all that much in this conference.
With the WCC the lone multi-bid conference in action on Monday, this bracket isn’t all that much different than yesterday’s—but there are some changes from seed lines 12 down.
The 1-68 seed list and, for those using screen readers, a text-only version of Tuesday’s bracket.
Top-seeded Furman may not have a better chance at returning to the NCAAs for the first time since 1980.
Expansion has pushed the conference to 14 with the top four seeds all capable of winning in the NCAAs. Of course, getting there will be a challenge in a tournament known for upsets.
This is particularly true of the Big Ten, which has 10 teams in right now, a number that is likely to drop to at least nine, if not eight.
The 1-68 seed list and, for those using screen readers, a text-only version of Monday’s bracket.
Of the 10 teams participating in this season’s ASUN Tournament, just half have qualified for an NCAA Tournament. And, two of the five who haven’t aren’t yet eligible!
Arch Madness will be a little bigger this year, thanks to the Valley’s expansion to 12.
With Hampton and North Carolina A&T’s departures, the event returns to a 10-team format for the first time since 2018.
Selection Sunday is merely a week away and it feels like we still have much to learn about the 2023 NCAA Men’s Tournament field.
The 1-68 seed list and, for those using screen readers, a text-only version of Sunday’s bracket.
With the conference’s two dominant teams in recent history now in the Missouri Valley, Morehead State might be the OVC’s best hope at avoiding the First Four.