The 1-68 seed list and, for those using screen readers, a text-only version of Friday, January 19th’s projection.
The 1-68 seed list and, for those using screen readers, a text-only version of the first real bracket of 2024.
For the first time since I started doing this in 2006, a certain team is nowhere to be found. Plus, how to find me and these projections now that I am no longer tweeting.
A list of the 2023-24 men’s college basketball season’s exempt multiple-team events (MTEs) and non-exempt tournaments, featuring schedule and TV/streaming information.
With mega-realignment coming next season, might this be the end of an era?
This final version is only slightly different than this morning’s offering.
The 1-68 seed list and, for those using screen readers, a text-only version of the final bracket projection for 2023.
Houston is more than likely to find itself on the top seed line on Sunday evening, while Memphis has seen its position relative to the cut line gradually improve. The question for the rest of the country is whether the American grabs a third bid via a surprise auto bid winner.
Between Purdue at the top and Minnesota and Ohio State at the bottom, the conference race was a jumbled mess. That means what happens at the United Center over the rest of the week will play an outsized role in how the March Madness field eventually looks.
Alabama travels to Nashville knowing an SEC Tournament title might result in the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA bracket, but there’s plenty of seeding intrigue in the remainder of the bracket.
Usually, the Atlantic 10 Tournament gives bubble teams an extended case of heartburn. That won’t be the case in 2023, as early season struggles ensured the conference will send just one of its 15 teams to this edition of the NCAAs.
While Yale is the top seed for the fifth edition of Ivy Madness, No. 2 seed Princeton gets to host the festivities at Jadwin Gym.
The 1-68 seed list and, for those using screen readers, a text-only version of the Selection Sunday morning bracket.
While UCLA and Arizona will be playing for a spot on the top seed line of the NCAA bracket, everyone else will just be trying to get in.
The event returns to Greensboro, North Carolina with only top-seeded Miami, second-seeded Virginia, and fourth-seeded Duke NCAA locks. Former lock NC State, former conference leaders Pitt and Clemson, and former preseason No. 1 UNC all need to make runs this week to ensure their places in the field of 68.
The Big East’s No. 1, 2, and 4 seeds all look like they’ll end up somewhere on the top four line of the NCAA bracket on Sunday. How high each finishes will depend in part on what happens at MSG this week.
Three or four? How many bids will the Mountain West pick up on Sunday? We’ll have a better idea after Saturday evening’s final in Las Vegas.
Seven? Eight? Nine? What happens in Kansas City this week will determine how many bids the country’s best top-to-bottom conference grabs on Selection Sunday.
Good luck trying to figure these teams out. Of these eight teams, only Utah State and Vanderbilt can save themselves from an anxious wait until Sunday at 6 Eastern.