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Tag Archives: bracketologists
What a shot by Kam Chatman to deliver a win over Indiana. So, where is Michigan in the field of 68 now? Continue reading
Congratulations to Holy Cross. But should a 14-19 team really be in the field of 68? The odds of them knocking off a 1 seed are about 1 in 1,000,000,000. Continue reading
If you don’t watch some of these mid-major or smaller conference tournaments that wrap up before the major conference tournaments start, you’re missing out. In the last 2 days, I’ve seen: Northern Iowa beat Evansville on a last-second shot that … Continue reading
Arizona moves up after finally getting a win against a high-seeded team. And the conference tournaments have already changed some of the projected auto qualifiers. March is officially here! Continue reading
Tom Izzo and the Michigan State Spartans are now on the top line. Is there a better coach in America? Do the Spartans have another Final Four run in them? Continue reading
After a fairly quiet Sunday and Monday, we don’t see nearly as much movement in the bracket as we did over the weekend. However, a major shift took place just as I started writing this, as Florida lost at home … Continue reading
A huge Saturday brings a major shake-up in the bracket. Kansas is STILL #1, though. Continue reading
Kansas stays #1, but a huge Saturday slate will bring some shuffling in the bracket. Continue reading
Kansas holds the overall #1 seed, and it’s starting to feel a lot like March Madness. Continue reading