Bracketology: March 11, 2020

1: Kansas, Baylor, Gonzaga, Dayton
2: Villanova, San Diego State, Florida State, Duke
3: Maryland, Creighton, Louisville, Michigan State
4: Oregon, Kentucky, Auburn, Seton Hall
5: Wisconsin, West Virginia, Ohio State, Virginia
6: Houston, Butler, BYU, Michigan
7: LSU, Colorado, Illinois, Arizona
8: Iowa, St Mary’s, Florida, Wichita State
9: Marquette, Providence, Penn State, USC
10: Cincinnati, Rutgers, Utah State, Richmond
11: Arizona State, Xavier, Texas Tech, Indiana, Oklahoma, Texas
12: East Tennessee State, Akron, Yale, Liberty
13: Vermont, Stephen F Austin, New Mexico State, Louisiana Tech
14: Belmont, Bradley, Hofstra, Colgate
15: North Dakota State, N Colorado, Texas State, N Kentucky
16: UC Irvine, Winthrop, Siena, Robert Morris, Prairie View A&M, Norfolk State

Last Four Byes: Rutgers, Richmond, Arizona State, Xavier
Last Four In: Texas Tech, Indiana, Oklahoma, Texas
First Four Out: Mississippi State, Purdue, Memphis, Arkansas
Next Four Out: Rhode Island, Northern Iowa, Saint Louis, Stanford
At-Large In: Texas
At-Large Out: Mississippi State
AQ: Robert Morris won the NEC championship, so replaces St. Francis University

Because of the odd case of having three Big XII teams among the Last Four In, in this scenario Oklahoma and Texas would play each other in Dayton – it’s listed among the committee’s procedures that a team shouldn’t be taken in or out of the First Four for bracketing purposes.

Bids by conference:
Big Ten 10
Big East 7
Big XII 6
Pac-12 5
SEC 4
ACC 4
AAC 3
WCC 3
A-10 2
MWC 2

Full bracket:

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