RSN Seed List Update (12/6)

Here’s your first look at where things stand, roughly, as we approach the end of the non-conference season.

BOLD= Projected Automatic Qualifier

  1. Louisville, Ohio State, Kansas, Maryland
  2. Michigan, Duke, GonzagaKentucky
  3. Virginia, Auburn, Arizona, North Carolina
  4. Tennessee, DaytonMemphis, Michigan State
  5. Oregon, Seton Hall, Purdue, Baylor
  6. Washington, Florida State, Villanova, Colorado
  7. San Diego State, West Virginia, Florida, Utah State
  8. Saint Mary’s, Butler, VCU, Xavier
  9. Penn State, DePaul, Oklahoma, Indiana
  10. Iowa, Oklahoma State, Texas, Marquette
  11. Cincinnati, Arkansas, Virginia Tech, Texas Tech, Arizona State, Stanford
  12. Liberty, Stephen F. Austin, Liberty, Northern Iowa
  13. UTEP, East Tennessee State, Delaware, Yale
  14. Belmont, Eastern Michigan, UC-Irvine, Sacramento State
  15. New Mexico State, Wright State, South Alabama, Lafayette
  16. Winthrop, South Dakota, Rider, Sacred Heart, Grambling State, Bethune Cookman

On the Bubble:

Last 4 Byes:   Oklahoma State, Texas, Marquette, Arkansas

Last 4 In:   Virginia Tech, Texas Tech, Arizona State, Stanford

First 4 Out:   Temple, NC State, Oregon State, Ole Miss

Next 4 Out:   Richmond, Houston, Iowa State, Connecticut

Four More:   LSU, Creighton, Notre Dame, Illinois

In the Hunt:   Mississippi State, USC, Pittsburgh, Wichita State, SMU, Georgia, Saint Louis, BYU, Rhode Island, UNC-Greensboro, George Mason

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RSN Seed List Update (12/6)

RSN Bracketology: Top 25 Rankings (12/2)

Well – what a Feast Week we had in college basketball these past 7 days. From massive upsets to last-second winners and a few absolutely loaded Thanksgiving tournaments, it’s time to rank our top-25 as it stands today.

  1. Michigan (7-0) – Michigan goes from unranked to our #1 team with a ridiculous resume-boosting week in Atlantis. Wins over Gonzaga, North Carolina, and Iowa State lay the groundwork for the Wolverines moving forward.
  2. Louisville (7-0) – While facing a soft schedule thus far, the Cardinals have dominated nearly every opponent. This week brings their first major challenge: a date with Michigan on Tuesday night at the Yum! Center.
  3. Virginia (7-0) – There’s no denying that the Cavs offense has been borderline atrocious for a defending National Champion. However, the defense is outright ridiculous, holding 6 of 7 opponents under 50 points.
  4. Maryland (8-0) – The Terps finally faced a slew of tougher games this past week and answered the bell in impressive fashion. Anthony Cowan Jr. dominated and led a balanced overall attack in a drubbing of Markus Howard’s Marquette.
  5. Kansas (6-1) – The Jayhawks held off Dayton to claim the Maui Invitational Title. Saturday brings a very intriguing matchup as an under-the-radar Colorado squad travels to Allen Fieldhouse.
  6. Ohio State (7-0) – Our 3rd Big Ten team in the top-6, Ohio State has certainly impressed early on this season. Wednesday marks a huge opportunity for the Buckeyes to put the nation on watch – a trip to North Carolina.
  7. Gonzaga (8-1) – Gonzaga made its way to the Battle 4 Atlantis final via wins over Southern Miss and Oregon. The Bulldogs fended off yet another feverish Ducks comeback to claim a very nice neutral-court win. Killian Tillie’s return will likely boost Gonzaga into a perennial top-5 power.
  8. North Carolina (6-1) – Cole Anthony and Co. were hit by the missile that was Michigan in their Atlantis semifinal matchup. Still, the Tar Heels found valuable wins over Oregon and Iowa State and face another powerhouse in Ohio State on Wednesday.
  9. Kentucky (6-1) – Since the Evansville disaster, the Wildcats have mopped up several inferior opponents. It doesn’t get much tougher for a while as UK should (…) win out until a Dec. 21 fixture with Ohio State.
  10. Duke (7-1) – We’re gonna learn a lot about Duke in the coming weeks. After the already infamous last-second loss to SFA, the Blue Devils scraped by Winthrop in an underwhelming effort. Tomorrow night breeds a massive road tie with Michigan State, followed by a trip to Virginia Tech.
  11. Arizona
  12. Michigan State
  13. Auburn
  14. Dayton
  15. Oregon
  16. Florida State
  17. Memphis
  18. Seton Hall
  19. Baylor
  20. Tennessee
  21. San Diego State
  22. Colorado
  23. Washington
  24. Utah State
  25. Oklahoma State

On the cusp: West Virginia, Florida, Xavier, Villanova, Butler, DePaul, Purdue, Saint Mary’s

RSN Bracketology: Top 25 Rankings (12/2)

RSN Week 1 Wrap Up

After a great first week of college basketball, here are some of the most intriguing storylines regarding bracketology down the road.

#1 Michigan State went down in their opener in New York City, looking rusty and trailing for most of the game. Kentucky, led by sensational freshman Tyrese Maxey, entered as the underdog with an extremely young core but showed poise down the stretch to earn a huge season-opening victory. While the Spartans will likely end up just fine and shook off the offseason rust in a home win over Binghampton, they must regroup quickly before traveling to Newark next Thursday to face off with Big East favorite Seton Hall.

Speaking of Seton Hall, the Pirates opened their non-conference slate with wins over Wagner and Stony Brook. The real storyline, however, was the ankle injury suffered by star guard Myles Powell during Saturday’s game. It’s unclear whether Powell will be ready in time for Michigan State, but it’s hard to imagine the Pirates pulling it out with the All-American sitting out. Thursday’s game also begins a gauntlet of a schedule for Seton Hall who was tabbed with the hardest projected non-conference schedule in the nation.

Duke and Kansas also faced off at Madison Square Garden with Tre Jones leading the Blue Devils to an early signature win. Freshman Cassius Stanley was impressive and also led Duke in scoring in their Friday win over Colorado State. Kansas bounced back from the loss with a win over an underrated UNCG squad in Allen Fieldhouse. Big man Udoka Azubuike, however, must get more involved for the Jayhawks to have major success this season.

Louisville traveled to Coral Gables and got a solid opening win over Miami (FL), helped by a 23 and 12 performance from RSN projected All-American Jordan Nwora. Virginia Tech, Virginia and North Carolina also opened their ACC tabs in good fashion with wins over Clemson, Syracuse, and Notre Dame, respectively.

The season of opportunity began in College Park as Maryland took down Holy Cross in convincing fashion, despite shooting just 5/27 from 3PT range, before tackling Rhode Island with a huge second half on Saturday night. Jalen Smith looks stronger and hungrier as the Terps’ top offensive option, bolstered by a seemingly more patient and efficient Anthony Cowan Jr. Continue to look out for one of RSN’s preseason players to watch in Aaron Wiggins – a future pro.

Memphis opened their season with two swift wins over South Carolina State and UIC but questions remain about the eligibility of freshman phenom James Wiseman. While as of today’s details Wiseman will likely end up suspended for a set number of games (rather than the entire season), this was still a scenario Penny Hardaway could not have envisioned.

In an underrated opening night game, Saint Mary’s took down Wisconsin in what should prove to be a very solid resume win for the Gaels down the road. It appears that Randy Bennett has finally taken the initiative to schedule a tougher non-conference slate in efforts to gather an at-large bid.

Auburn battled for a solid win over tournament hopeful Davidson in Friday’s first must-see game of the day, which was followed by a phenomenal nightcap that saw Washington take down Baylor in Anchorage. UW’s freshmen duo of Jaden McDaniels and Isaiah Stewart was spectacular down the stretch, powering the Huskies to an impressive early win.

The Fred Hoiberg Era in Lincoln got off to a particularly rocky start as Nebraska dropped buy games to UC-Riverside and Southern Utah. Ouch. Elsewhere in Upset City, Nicholls State took down Pittsburgh on Saturday after barely dropping Tuesday’s game to Illinois. Watch out for the Colonels in this year’s Southland battle. The win was even more surprising considering Pitt took down Florida State in an expected upset just days earlier.

Leonard Hamilton and Florida State rebounded from their gut-check loss at Pitt with a convincing victory over #6 Florida. Florida, led by star transfer Kerry Blackshear Jr., shot just 28% from the field.

McKale Center was rocking as a revitalized Arizona squad hosted Ayo Dosunmu and tournament hopeful Illinois. The Illini hung around for the first segment of the game before Nico Mannion led the Wildcats in a ferocious attack that saw UA take the victory by 21 points. Look out for a potential Arizona-Washington back-and-forth affair all season in the Pac-12.

Alabama‘s first game under Nate Oats was also less than ideal as the Tide lost their home opener to Penn. The Crimson Tide has three games to regroup before facing a labyrinth of a bracket in the Battle 4 Atlantis. Back in Buffalo, the Bulls are clearly still recovering from their loss of Oats after a brutal home loss to Dartmouth.

A fun welcome to Division I for Merrimack as the Warriors stunned Northwestern with a road victory just days after falling to Maine by 20 in their first-ever D1 game. In other positive news, Kent State‘s Kalin Bennett provided us all with a moment of inspiration as he became the first to ever play after being recruited as a freshman with autism, scoring 2 points and grabbing 2 rebounds in their win.

On the mid-major scale, Liberty and Radford provided each other with a solid early litmus test as the Flames came out on top in a close battle. San Diego State also traveled to BYU and emerged with a resume-building road win over Yoeli Childs and the Cougars. Look for the Aztecs to be the prime challengers of Utah State in the Mountain West this season. Staying out west, Lorenzo Romar’s Pepperdine resurgence continued Saturday with an underrated win over a good UC-Irvine team out of the Big West. Vermont once again looks to be on the rise with early-season road wins at Saint Bonaventure and Bucknell this past week. The Catamounts will, once again, be heavy favorites in the America East and a popular upset pick in March should it reach the NCAA Tournament. On a more negative note, Mississippi Valley State dropped its first three games by a combined 186 points – an average loss of 62 points per game. Meh.

Cheers to a great start to the year and to continued fun for the rest of this great basketball season!

MONDAY/TUESDAY GAMES TO WATCH:  DePaul @ Iowa, Creighton @ Michigan, Missouri @ Xavier, Minnesota @ Butler, Miami (FL) @ UCF, Murray State @ Tennessee, Memphis @ Oregon, Oklahoma @ Oregon State

THE PICKS:  Iowa, Creighton, Xavier, Butler, Miami (FL), Tennessee, Oregon, Oregon State

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RSN Week 1 Wrap Up

RSN Bracketology 2019-20 Preseason Predictions

Welcome back, all, to another season of college basketball bracketology with RSN. As always, a huge thanks to all of you who visit the site consistently throughout each season. This will mark our 6th year involved in the Bracket Project’s Matrix (bracketmatrix.com) with RSN now being considered a veteran bracketology website. To date, Ryan McDevitt (RSN Bracketologist) has outranked ESPN’s Joe Lunardi, CBS’s Jerry Palm, and FOX’s Howie Schwab, among others, in average overall score and in 2018 ranked 9th nationwide out of 187 registered bracketology websites. Per tradition, I’ve compiled my 2019-20 overall season picks and projections into a brief post – you can be the judge. Here’s to another great year of basketball!

National Champion                       Runner-Up   

Kentucky                        kentucky_wildcats_logo-svg              Michigan State           michigan_state_spartan_helmet-svg

National Player of the Year 

Cassius Winston           michigan_state_spartan_helmet-svg

NCAA All-American First Team

Cassius Winston           michigan_state_spartan_helmet-svg               Myles Powell             seton_hall_pirates_logo

Jordan Nwora               i              Markus Howard       marquette_golden_eagles-svg

Jarron Cumberland       cincinnati_bearcats-svg

NCAA All-American Second Team:

Cole Anthony                university_of_north_carolina_tarheels_interlocking_nc_logo-svg               James Wiseman        memphistigers-svg

Kerry Blackshear Jr.    florida_gators_logo-svg               Tre Jones                   duke_text_logo-svg

Tyrese Maxey               kentucky_wildcats_logo-svg

Big Time Sleepers:

Bryce Aiken                  2000px-Harvard_Crimson_logo.svg                Kihei Clark                va-15-logo

Aaron Wiggins             maryland_terrapins_logo-svg               Nate Sestina              kentucky_wildcats_logo-svg

Ömer Yurtseven         georgetown_hoyas_logo-svg                Tres Tinkle               1200px-Oregon_State_Beavers_logo.svg

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RSN Bracketology 2019-20 Preseason Predictions

RSN Bracketology: Preseason Full Bracket V.2 (10/31)

BOLD=  Projected Conference Winner

Midwest                          South                            East                                 West

1. Michigan St.  michigan_state_spartan_helmet-svg 1. Kentucky     kentucky_wildcats_logo-svg 1. N. Carolina University_of_North_Carolina_Tarheels_Interlocking_NC_logo.svg.png 1. Gonzaga        gonzaga-logo
2. Duke               duke_text_logo-svg 2. Kansas          university_of_kansas_jayhawk_logo 2. Louisville      i 2. Virginia           va-15-logo
3. Texas Tech     texas_tech_red_raiders_logo-svg 3. Villanova     villanova_wildcats_logo 3. Tennessee    ut_volunteers_logo-svg 3. Florida            florida_gators_logo-svg
4. Arizona         university_of_arizona_block_a-svg 4. Maryland       125px-Maryland_Terrapins_logo.svg 4. Ohio State     2013_ohio_state_buckeyes_logo-svg 4. Seton Hall      seton_hall_pirates_logo
5. LSU                 20181010233035_912_mascotOrig 5. Florida St.     Florida_State_Seminoles_logo.svg 5. Memphis      memphistigers-svg 5. Purdue           purdue_boilermakers_workmark-svg
6. Xavier             xaviermusketeers 6. Washington Washington_Huskies 6. Oregon          oregonducks-svg 6. Baylor              baylor_university_athletics_logo-svg
7. Auburn           auburntigers-svg 7. VCU              vcu_rams 7. Marquette    marquette_golden_eagles-svg 7. Michigan         michigan_wolverines_logo-svg
8. Creighton       150px-Creighton_Bluejays_logo.svg 8. Georgetown georgetown_hoyas_logo-svg 8. Utah State   1200px-Utah_State_Aggies_logo.svg 8. Wisconsin       university_of_wisconsin_waving_w-svg
9. Cincinnati       cincinnati_bearcats-svg 9. Syracuse        syracuseorange-svg 9. Saint Mary’s  st_mary_gaels_logo 9. Colorado        Colorado-Buffaloes-Logo.png
10. Miss. State  mississippi_state_bulldogs-svg 10. Houston      houston_cougars_logo-svg 10. Davidson    Davidson_Wildcats_logo.svg 10. Providence  200px-providence_friars_logo-svg
11. Penn State  penn_state_nittany_lions-svg 11. Oklahoma / Ole Miss                    ncaa_logo-svg 11. Kansas St.    ksuwildcats_logo-svg 11. Harvard        2000px-Harvard_Crimson_logo.svg
12. Vermont    150px-vermont_catamounts-svg 12. N. Mex. St. 200px-new_mexico_state_aggies_logo-svg 12. Iowa State / Arizona State    ncaa_logo-svg 12. UC-Irvine      uci_anteaters_logo
13. Liberty       LibertyFlames 13. E. Tenn. St. etsubuccaneers 13. Buffalo       2084 13. Belmont       belmontbruins
14. No. Iowa    Northern_Iowa_Panters_logo.svg.png 14. Charleston cofcharlestoncougars 14. Colgate       2142 14. Western Ky.WKU_Athletics_logo.svg
15. Wright St.  Wright_State_Raiders_logo.svg 15. Radford      Radford_Highlanders_logo 15. Montana     200px-Montana_Griz_logo.svg 15. S. Alabama South_Alabama_Jaguars_logo.svg.png
16. Sam Hou. St. / St. Francis (PA)    ncaa_logo-svg 16. NC Central / Tex. Southern  ncaa_logo-svg 16. N. Dak. St. ndbison 16. Iona              Iona_College_Athletics_Primary_Logo.png

On the Bubble:

Last 4 Byes:   Mississippi State, Providence, Kansas State, Penn State

Last 4 In:   Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Iowa State, Arizona State

First 4 Out:   Alabama, Illinois, Iowa, Virginia Tech

Next 4 Out:   NC State, Georgia, Texas, Minnesota

Four More:   Dayton, UCLA, South Florida, Wichita State

Looking In:   Clemson, Notre Dame, USC, Indiana, Texas, Miami, South Carolina

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RSN Bracketology: Preseason Full Bracket V.2 (10/31)

RSN Bracketology: Preseason Full Bracket V.1 (5/31)

BOLD=  Projected Conference Winner

Midwest                                East                                South                          West

1. Michigan St.    michigan_state_spartan_helmet-svg 1. Duke                duke_text_logo-svg 1. Louisville       i 1. Gonzaga         gonzaga-logo
2. N. Carolina      University_of_North_Carolina_Tarheels_Interlocking_NC_logo.svg.png 2. Kansas            university_of_kansas_jayhawk_logo 2. Kentucky      kentucky_wildcats_logo-svg 2. Virginia            va-15-logo
3. Texas Tech       texas_tech_red_raiders_logo-svg 3. Villanova       villanova_wildcats_logo 3. Memphis       memphistigers-svg 3. Ohio State       2013_ohio_state_buckeyes_logo-svg
4. Tennessee       ut_volunteers_logo-svg 4. Maryland        125px-Maryland_Terrapins_logo.svg 4. Seton Hall     seton_hall_pirates_logo 4. Arizona           university_of_arizona_block_a-svg
5. Marquette       marquette_golden_eagles-svg 5. Washington Washington_Huskies 5. Purdue          purdue_boilermakers_workmark-svg 5. LSU                  20181010233035_912_mascotOrig
6. Florida State    Florida_State_Seminoles_logo.svg 6. Auburn           auburntigers-svg 6. Oregon          oregonducks-svg 6. Baylor               baylor_university_athletics_logo-svg
7. Xavier               xaviermusketeers 7. VCU               vcu_rams 7. Michigan       michigan_wolverines_logo-svg 7. Creighton        150px-Creighton_Bluejays_logo.svg
8. Florida             florida_gators_logo-svg 8. Wisconsin      university_of_wisconsin_waving_w-svg 8. Utah State   1200px-Utah_State_Aggies_logo.svg 8. Georgetown   georgetown_hoyas_logo-svg
9. Colorado         Colorado-Buffaloes-Logo.png 9. Providence   200px-providence_friars_logo-svg 9. Iowa               500px-Iowa_Hawkeyes_Logo_svg 9. Syracuse          syracuseorange-svg
10. Miss. State    mississippi_state_bulldogs-svg 10. Ole Miss       i 10. Davidson   Davidson_Wildcats_logo.svg 10. Cincinnati       cincinnati_bearcats-svg
11. Houston        houston_cougars_logo-svg 11. Oklahoma / Saint Mary’s       ncaa_logo-svg 11. Kansas St.    ksuwildcats_logo-svg 11. Arizona State / Alabama              ncaa_logo-svg
12. Liberty          LibertyFlames 12. N. Mex. St.  200px-new_mexico_state_aggies_logo-svg 12. UC-Irvine    uci_anteaters_logo 12. Harvard        2000px-Harvard_Crimson_logo.svg
13. Wofford         Wofford_Terriers_logo.svg 13. Vermont     150px-vermont_catamounts-svg 13. Buffalo       2084 13. Murray St.    Murray_State_Racers_logo.svg
14. N. Kentuckynorthern_kentucky_norse_logo-svg 14. Charleston  cofcharlestoncougars 14. Bucknell    bucknellbison 14. Western Ky. WKU_Athletics_logo.svg
15. Drake            i 15. Montana     200px-Montana_Griz_logo.svg 15. Radford      Radford_Highlanders_logo 15. Georgia St.   Georgia_State_Athletics_logo.svg
16. Iona               Iona_College_Athletics_Primary_Logo.png 16. S. Dak. St.   200px-SD_Jackrabbits_logo 16. NC Central / St. Francis (PA)     ncaa_logo-svg 16. Sam Houston St. / PV A&M       ncaa_logo-svg

On the Bubble:

Last 4 Byes:   Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Houston, Kansas State

Last 4 In:   Oklahoma, Arizona State, Saint Mary’s, Alabama

First 4 Out:   Penn State, Virginia Tech, Illinois, UCLA

Next 4 Out:   Clemson, TCU, Texas, Minnesota

Looking In:   South Carolina, Georgia, South Florida, Dayton, Iowa State, USC, Miami

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RSN Bracketology: Preseason Full Bracket V.1 (5/31)

RSN Bracketology 2018-19 Final Bracketology

This is our FINAL projection of the field. Thanks for following RSN for your bracket interests this year. We’ll check in with you on Monday to showcase how RSN did compared to other bracketologists. As a reminder, RSN finished 9th out of 187 bracketologists on BracketMatrix.com in 2017-18. Here’s to another big-time finish!

UnderlineAutomatic Bid

East                                South                                Midwest                          West

1. Duke                duke_text_logo-svg 1. Virginia         va-15-logo 1. No. Carolina   University_of_North_Carolina_Tarheels_Interlocking_NC_logo.svg.png 1. Tennessee       ut_volunteers_logo-svg
2. Michigan          michigan_wolverines_logo-svg 2. Kentucky       kentucky_wildcats_logo-svg 2. Michigan St.   michigan_state_spartan_helmet-svg 2. Gonzaga         gonzaga-logo
3. LSU                   20181010233035_912_mascotOrig 3. Texas Tech    texas_tech_red_raiders_logo-svg 3. Houston          houston_cougars_logo-svg 3. Florida State   Florida_State_Seminoles_logo.svg
4. Kansas State   ksuwildcats_logo-svg 4. Purdue          purdue_boilermakers_workmark-svg 4. Kansas             university_of_kansas_jayhawk_logo 4. Wisconsin        university_of_wisconsin_waving_w-svg
5. Va. Tech          vt_logo-svg 5. Villanova      villanova_wildcats_logo 5. Auburn           auburntigers-svg 5. Iowa State     iowa_state_cyclones_logo-svg
6. Marquette      marquette_golden_eagles-svg 6. Cincinnati       cincinnati_bearcats-svg 6. Miss. State     mississippi_state_bulldogs-svg 6. Maryland         125px-Maryland_Terrapins_logo.svg
7. Wofford          Wofford_Terriers_logo.svg 7. Buffalo         2084 7. Louisville        i 7. Nevada           nevada_wolf_pack_logo-svg
8. UCF                  university_of_central_florida_ucf_vertical_text_logo-svg 8. Baylor             baylor_university_athletics_logo-svg 8. Iowa                500px-Iowa_Hawkeyes_Logo_svg 8. Seton Hall       seton_hall_pirates_logo
9. Minnesota      minnesota_golden_gophers_logo-svg 9. Utah State   1200px-Utah_State_Aggies_logo.svg 9. Washington   Washington_Huskies 9. Syracuse          syracuseorange-svg
10. Oklahoma     150px-Oklahoma_Sooners_logo.svg 10. VCU             vcu_rams 10. Ole Miss        i 10. Florida          florida_gators_logo-svg
11. TCU               TCU.jpg 11. St. Mary’s   st_mary_gaels_logo 11. St. John’s / Ohio State                    ncaa_logo-svg 11. Arizona State / Temple                ncaa_logo-svg
12. Oregon         oregonducks-svg 12. Liberty        LibertyFlames 12. N. Mex. St.  200px-new_mexico_state_aggies_logo-svg 12. Murray St.   Murray_State_Racers_logo.svg
13. No’eastern   Northeastern_Huskies_logo 13. UC-Irvine     uci_anteaters_logo 13. ODU             480px-ODU_monarch_logo.svg_ 13. Vermont      150px-vermont_catamounts-svg
14. Montana     200px-Montana_Griz_logo.svg 14. Saint Louis 139 14. Georgia St.  Georgia_State_Athletics_logo.svg 14. Yale                1200px-Yale_Bulldogs_logo.svg
15. Bradley        71  15. Abilene Ch.2000 15. Colgate         Colgate_Raiders_logo.svg 15. No. Kent.     northern_kentucky_norse_logo-svg
16. No. Dakota St. / NC Central         ncaa_logo-svg 16. Iona / Fairleigh Dickinson         ncaa_logo-svg 16. PV A&M       2504  16. Gard.-Webb 2241

On the Bubble:

Last 4 Byes:   Ole Miss, Florida, Oklahoma, TCU

Last 4 In:   Arizona State, St. John’s, Temple, Ohio State

First 4 Out:   Belmont, NC State, Alabama, UNC-Greensboro

Next 4 Out:   Lipscomb,  Indiana, Texas, Clemson

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RSN Bracketology 2018-19 Final Bracketology