Team Profiles by Wins/Losses

A collection of all of a team’s notable wins plus all their losses. Bold indicates a win / loss that has extra significance in deciding the team’s standing on the overall seed list.


W – @UVA, UVA, Kentucky-N, @Louisville, @Florida State, Texas Tech-N, @Syracuse, Auburn-N, NC State
L – Gonzaga-N, Syracuse, North Carolina, @Virginia Tech, @North Carolina

Four of five losses are short handed.

W – @UNC, @Virginia Tech, Wisconsin-N, @Maryland, @Louisville, @Syracuse, Florida State, Virginia Tech, @NC State, @Clemson
L – Duke, @Duke

Only losses to Duke.

W – @Duke, Gonzaga, Duke, @Louisville, Florida St, Virginia Tech, @Wofford, @Clemson, @NC State, NC State
L – Louisville, Texas-N, UVA, Kentucky-N, @Michigan

Some really good wins, but a couple of questionable results in home / neutral site games.

W – @UNC, @Virginia Tech, Michigan State, @Seton Hall, NC State
L – @Pitt, @Indiana, UNC, Kentucky, @Syracuse, Marquette-N, @Florida State, Virginia, Duke, Tennessee-N, @Virginia

Losses are generally understandable, and there are some really good wins. But a lot of losses.

Florida State
W – LSU-N, @Syracuse, Virginia Tech, @Clemson, Purdue, Louisville
L – @BC, @Pitt, Villanova-N, Duke, @UNC, @Virginia

A couple of questionable losses, but a very strong collection of wins compared to number of total losses.

Virginia Tech
W – Duke, Purdue-N, @NC State, Washington-N
L – @Penn State, Louisville, @Clemson, @Florida St, Virginia, @UNC, @Virginia

For only four Q1 wins, those are really strong wins.

W – @Duke, @Ohio St, Louisville
L – Georgia Tech, Old Dominion, UConn-N, Oregon-N, Buffalo, Florida St, @Clemson, @NC State, @Virginia Tech, Duke, Virginia, @UNC

Win at Duke goes a long way, but a lot of really questionable losses. Committee seed can’t be too high because so many losses are at home / neutral courts.

W – Virginia Tech

L – Nebraska, Creighton-N, @Miami, Florida State, Mississippi St-N, @NC State, @Syracuse, @Florida St, @Louisville, UNC, Virginia, @Duke

They’re lacking road wins and wins against good competition.

NC State
W – Auburn, Penn St-N
L – Georgia Tech, @Wake, Virginia Tech, North Carolina, @Wisconsin, @Louisville, Virginia, @Florida St, @UNC, @Duke

Two bad losses and really lacking strong wins.


W – Florida State-N, Marquette, @Butler, @Creighton, @Providence
L – Furman, @Penn, @Xavier, @Georgetown, Michigan, @Seton Hall, @St John’s, @Marquette, @Kansas

A couple a bad losses and only Florida St on a neutral court moves the needle. Conference record might not result in a great seed.

W – Louisville-N, Kansas State, Villanova, Wisconsin, @Butler, @Creighton, Buffalo, @Georgetown, @Providence
L – Georgetown, Creighton, St John’s, @Indiana, @St John’s, Kansas-N, @Villanova

A lot of good wins, but home wins aren’t versus country’s elite and no truly great road wins. Three home losses to teams they are better than.

St John’s
W – @Marquette, Marquette, Villanova, @Creighton, VCU-N, @Georgetown
L – DePaul, Xavier, Georgetown, Providence, @DePaul, @Providence, @Butler, @Xavier, @Seton Hall, @Villanova, @Duke

Sweep of Marquette and a good collection of wins, but four home losses to non-tournament teams.

Seton Hall
W – @Maryland, Kentucky-N, Marquette, Villanova, @Creighton
L – SLU, DePaul, Xavier, @DePaul, @Providence, @Nebraska, @Butler, @Georgetown, Louisville, @St John’s, @Villanova, @Marquette

Most of the losses are forgivable, but there are a couple really nice wins.

W – Florida-N, Ole Miss, @Georgetown
L – Providence, Georgetown, @SLU, Dayton-N, @Xavier, Indiana-N, @Creighton, @Florida, @Seton Hall, @St John’s, Villanova, Marquette, @Providence, @Villanova, @Marquette

No wins really move the needle to get this resume close to a bid.

W – @Marquette, Clemson-N, @Georgetown, @Providence
L – @Butler, @Xavier, @Nebraska, Seton Hall, Ohio State, St John’s, @Seton Hall, @St John’s, @Oklahoma, Villanova, Marquette, @Villanova, Gonzaga

The Bluejays have some decent wins, but a lot of losses.

W – @Marquette, @St John’s, Villanova, @Butler, @Providence, @Illinois
L – SMU, Loyola Marymount-N, @DePaul, @Xavier, Creighton, Butler, St John’s, @Creighton, @Seton Hall, Marquette, @Syracuse, @Villanova

Losses far outweigh quality wins, but there are a few good ones. The win to end the year at Marquette might be enough to get them in.


Michigan State
W – @Michigan, @Wisconsin, Michigan, @Iowa, Purdue, Maryland, Iowa, Texas-N, @Ohio State, @Nebraska, @Florida, @Penn State
L – Indiana, @Illinois, @Purdue, @Louisville, @Indiana,Kansas-N

Three really nice road wins, including Michigan. A couple of blah losses.

W – @Villanova, UNC, @Maryland, Purdue, Wisconsin, Maryland, @Minnesota, @Indiana, @Northwestern
L – @Penn State, Michigan St, @Wisconsin, @Iowa, @Michigan St

Only five losses and none of them are bad.

W – @Wisconsin, Michigan State, @Ohio State, Maryland, @Nebraska, @Indiana, @Penn State
L – Notre Dame-N, Virginia Tech-N, @Minnesota, @Texas, @Florida State, @Maryland, @Michigan, @Michigan State

A very middle of the road resume for a great team. A couple great wins, but a mediocre loss to Notre Dame.

W – @Iowa, Michigan, Maryland, @Minnesota, @Nebraska, Oklahoma-N, NC State, @Penn State
L – @Western Kentucky, Minnesota, Purdue, Michigan State, @Maryland, @Marquette, Virginia-N, @Michigan

Wins aren’t great, and they struggle win at home. Large quantity of good wins, though.

W – @Iowa, Purdue, Wisconsin, @Ohio State, @Minnesota, @Nebraska
L – Illinois-N, Seton Hall, @Penn St, Michigan, Virginia, @Wisconsin, @Purdue, @Michigan, @Michigan State

Some nice road wins.

W – Michigan, Iowa State, @Indiana, @Penn State, @Northwestern
L – Rutgers, Maryland, @Minnesota, Wisconsin, @Ohio State, Michigan State, @Wisconsin, @Purdue, @Michigan State

Didn’t win any games away from home against a protected seed contender. A couple of home losses versus protected seeds, and a bad home loss against Rutgers.

Ohio State
W – @Cincinnati, @Indiana, @Nebraska, @Creighton, Iowa
L – Illinois, @Rutgers, @Northwestern, Syracuse, Maryland, Purdue, Michigan State, @Iowa, @Maryland, @Michigan

Can win on the road, but a lot of home losses, too. No wins versus a protected seed contender.

W – @Wisconsin, Purdue, Washington-N, Iowa
L – @BC, @Rutgers, @Illinois, Maryland, @Nebraska, @Ohio St, Wisconsin, Michigan, @Maryland, @Purdue, @Michigan, @Michigan St

Wins versus Wisconsin and Washington are pretty good. Road losses to BC, Rutgers, and Illinois aren’t awful for a team in their position.

W – @Michigan St, Marquette, Michigan St, Wisconsin, Louisville, @Penn St, Butler-N
L – @Rutgers, Nebraska, Ohio St, @Northwestern, Iowa, @Arkansas, @Minnesota, Purdue, Michigan, @Iowa, @Maryland, @Purdue, @Michigan, @Duke

Some really strong wins to stand on but the number of losses is the biggest thing to look at.


W – Tennessee-N, Michigan State-N, Marquette-N, Texas Tech, Kansas State, Iowa State, Villanova, @TCU, @Baylor, Wofford
L – @West Virginia, @Arizona State, @Texas, @Oklahoma, @Iowa State, @Kansas St, @Texas Tech, @Kentucky

Three great neutral court wins. At West Virginia hurts, but only one truly questionable loss (though Texas Tech crushed them in Lubbock). All losses are true road games.

Kansas State
W – @Iowa State, @Baylor, Kansas, Texas Tech, @Texas, @Oklahoma, @TCU
L – @Texas A&M, @Tulsa, Texas, Iowa State, @Texas Tech, @Marquette, @Kansas

Can win on the road. Some of their losses aren’t great, though.

Texas Tech
W – @Iowa St, @Texas, Kansas, Kansas State, @TCU, @Oklahoma, Nebraska-N, Baylor
L – Iowa State, @Baylor, @Kansas State, Duke-N, @Kansas

None of the wins are truly great, other than beating Kansas by 29 in Lubbock and beating Iowa St in Ames. Look the part, but resume is lacking excellent wins. Haven’t lost since Feb. 2.

Iowa State
W – @Texas Tech, @Kansas St, Kansas, @Ole Miss, @Oklahoma, Texas
L – Arizona-N, TCU, Baylor, Kansas State, @West Virginia, Texas Tech, @Baylor, @TCU, @Texas, @Iowa, @Kansas

A couple great wins on the road, but some home losses, too.

W – @Iowa State, @Texas, Iowa State, Baylor, Texas
L – Lipscomb, Oklahoma, @Oklahoma State, @Oklahoma, Kansas St, Kansas, @Baylor, @Texas Tech, @Kansas St, @Kansas

Sweep of Iowa State, but lacking quality wins against losses.


W– @Iowa State, Texas Tech, Iowa State, @Oklahoma, TCU
L – SFA, Texas Southern, Oklahoma St, @Wichita State, Kansas State, Kansas, Ole Miss-N, @Texas, @TCU, @Kansas State, @Kansas, @Texas Tech

The road win at Iowa State gives this resume the marquee win it needed. Three bad home losses.

W – @Kansas State, UNC-N, Kansas, Purdue, Baylor
L – Radford, Providence, TCU, VCU, @Georgia, @Oklahoma St, @Baylor, @Oklahoma, Texas Tech, @TCU, Kansas St, Michigan St-N, @Iowa St, @Kansas, @Texas Tech

There are some bad home losses, but there are four really strong wins to rely on.

W – Kansas,@TCU, Florida-N, Wofford, @Northwestern, TCU
L – @WVU, Baylor, @Texas, @Baylor, Kansas State, Iowa St, Texas Tech, Wisconsin-N, @Iowa State, @Kansas St, @Texas Tech, @Kansas

Neutral court win over Florida might matter. Sweep of TCU and no truly bad losses.


W – @Oregon, @Colorado
L – @Cal, Oregon, Minnesota-N, @Arizona St, @Auburn, Virginia Tech-N, @Gonzaga

Zero marquee wins, and also a neutral loss to Minnesota.

Arizona State
W – Kansas, Mississippi St-N, Utah State-N, Washington
L – Washington St, Princeton, Utah, @Vandy, @Stanford, @USC, @Colorado, @Oregon, Nevada-N

Two good wins, but neither are amazing. Three bad home losses.


W – Gonzaga-N, Kentucky, Louisville-N, @Florida, @Memphis, Mississippi St
L – Kansas-N, @Auburn, @LSU, @Kentucky

Neutral court wins over Gonzaga and Louisville are great, but the loss at Kentucky was quite lopsided and Kentucky was missing Reid Travis in UT’s revenge win.

W – North Carolina-N, Tennessee, @Louisville, Kansas, @Auburn, Mississippi State, @Mississippi State, @Ole Miss, @Florida, Auburn
L – @Tennessee, Duke-N, LSU, @Alabama, Seton Hall-N

Great collection of wins, but the loss to LSU was at home and Duke crushed them.

W – @Kentucky, Tennessee, @Mississippi St, @Ole Miss, @Florida, @Alabama, @Arkansas, Auburn, Saint Mary’s-N
L – Arkansas, Florida, Oklahoma State-N, Florida State-N, @Houston

There are some great road wins, but there are some mediocre losses.

Mississippi State
W – @Ole Miss, Clemson-N, @Arkansas, Cincinnati, Wofford, Auburn, St Mary’s-N, @Dayton
L – Arizona State-N, Ole Miss, @South Carolina, @Alabama, @Auburn, LSU, Kentucky, @Kentucky, @Tennessee

A lot of good wins, but only at Ole Miss is particularly notable. Will earn seed based on quantity, rather than quality. Don’t overseed.

Ole Miss
W – @Mississippi State, @Auburn, Baylor-N, Auburn
L – @Arkansas, @South Carolina, Mississippi State, Cincinnati-N, @Florida, @Butler, @Alabama, Iowa State, LSU, Kentucky, Tennessee

A couple nice road wins, and no bad losses.

W – Tennessee, @Alabama, Mississippi St, Washington
L – @South Carolina, Ole Miss, @NC State, @Ole Miss, Kentucky, @Mississippi State, @LSU, @Kentucky, Duke-N

The win at Alabama is the only notable win away from home. No bad losses, but the home loss to Ole Miss isn’t great.

W – Kentucky, Mississippi St, Ole Miss, Liberty-N
L – Georgia St, Texas A&M, Northeastern-N, Auburn,Florida, @Texas A&M, @Arkansas, @UCF, @Auburn, @Baylor, @Mississippi St, LSU, @LSU, @Tennessee

The Kentucky win was at home, but so were losses to Georgia State and Texas A&M. Good wins don’t make up for bad losses. Be weary of overseeding this team if they even make the bracket at all.

W – @LSU, @Alabama, @Arkansas, Ole Miss
L – Georgia, Butler-N, Oklahoma-N, @Auburn, @TCU, @Mississippi St, Kentucky, Michigan State, LSU, @Florida St, Tennessee, @Tennessee, @Kentucky

Road win at LSU means everything. Neutral losses to Butler and Oklahoma could be crucial. Winning at Alabama could be a difference maker, as could the home loss to Georgia.

Non-Power 6

W – Duke-N, Washington, @St Mary’s, @San Francisco, @Creighton
L – Tennessee-N, @UNC

Neutral loss to Tennessee could be important.

W – LSU, Cincinnati, @UCF, @South Florida
L – UCF, @Temple

LSU win gives a lot of substance to the profile, but it was at home.

W – @Fresno State
L – @New Mexico, @San Diego St, @Utah St

Nothing of substance with their wins. Profile is completely built on picking up decent wins in bulk.

W – @Temple, Ole Miss-N, @Memphis
L – @ECU, Ohio State, @UCF, @Mississippi St, @Houston

Other than ECU, no bad losses to go with a great record and two strong wins.

W – @Syracuse, @Toledo
L – @Northern Illinois, @Bowling Green, @Marquette

Win at Syracuse may be important. Adds bulk to the great record. Only a couple losses that aren’t great for a team that plays a lot of mediocre competition.

W – @Furman, @UNCG, @ETSU
L – @Oklahoma, @Mississippi State, UNC, @Kansas

Losses are all very understandable and there are a couple decent road wins. This is a strong profile.

W – @Texas, Temple-N, @Dayton
L – Charleston, @URI, @ODU, St John’s-N, @Davidson, @Virginia

Road win over Texas and neutral win vs Temple could be huge. Losses aren’t brutal by any means.

Utah State
W – Nevada, St Mary’s-N, @Fresno State
L – Fresno State, @San Diego St, @BYU, Arizona State-N, @Nevada, @Houston

No wins move the needle. Loss to Arizona State on a neutral court may be important.

W – @TCU, @Liberty
L – @FGCU, Liberty, Belmont, @Belmont, @Clemson, @Louisville

Sweep by Belmont may matter, but so could the road win at TCU.

W – @Houston, Cincinnati
L – Florida Atlantic, @Wichita St, @Missouri, @Memphis, @Temple, Houston, @Cincinnati

Only one bad loss isn’t awful when you play so many games against potential bad loss teams. Quantity over quality for this team to go with an excellent win at Houston.

W – Houston, @USF
L – Penn, @Tulsa, VCU-N, @Memphis, Cincinnati, @UCF, @Villanova, @Houston

Houston win is their only profile builder, but the losses aren’t awful.

L – Wofford, @Furman, @Wofford, @LSU, @Kentucky

Not enough positive on the ledger to balance out the 59-point sweep by Wofford.

W – @Lipscomb, @Murray St, Lipscomb
L – @Green Bay, Jax State, @Jax State, Murray St-N, @Purdue

Sweep of Lipscomb is potentially crucial, but the sweep by Jacksonville State hurts. Win at Murray St helps a lot.