3/4 Bracket

What a weekend of hoops. We are down to less than two weeks until Selection Sunday!

There are some controversial takes in this bracket, so I’ll get those out of the way. Duke remains overall number one because they’re expected to be fully healthy for the NCAAs and nobody is better when they’re fully healthy. Kansas (11th overall) is in the Midwest over Texas Tech (15th). While Texas Tech is 6-0 since the Bracket Reveal, Kansas is 5-1. And the committee had these two separated by about 9 places at that time.

In case you’re wondering, Georgetown is the only team out of the bracket that had serious consideration to be in the bracket. LSU was in the East, but switched with Texas Tech to achieve competitive balance between the regions.

Duke can still be the overall one seed, but the ACC Tournament will decide that.

EAST

1 Duke
16 Norfolk St / Fairleigh Dickinson

8 Wofford
9 UCF

5 Florida St
12 Temple / Arizona St

4 Marquette
13 Old Dominion

6 Maryland
11 Belmont

3 Texas Tech
14 S Dakota St

7 Buffalo
10 NC State

2 Michigan
15 Northern Kentucky

MIDWEST

1 Tennessee
16 Sam Houston St

8 Syracuse
9 Oklahoma

5 Iowa St
12 Seton Hall / Florida

4 Houston
13 UC Irvine

6 Cincinnati
11 Minnesota

3 Kansas
14 Drake

7 Auburn
10 Texas

2 UNC
15 Radford

SOUTH

1 Virginia
16 Colgate

8 Iowa
9 St John’s

5 Wisconsin
12 Alabama

4 Kansas St
13 Liberty

6 Villanova
11 Utah St

3 Purdue
14 Yale

7 Baylor
10 VCU

2 Kentucky
15 Texas St

WEST

1 Gonzaga
16 Prairie View A&M / Iona

8 Washington
9 Ohio St

5 Mississippi St
12 New Mexico St

4 Virginia Tech
13 Hofstra

6 Nevada
11 TCU

3 LSU
14 Vermont

7 Louisville
10 Ole Miss

2 Michigan St
15 Montana

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