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Bracketology: Lots of Bubble Teams Today, But No Elimination Games

Yesterday, I put Gonzaga behind Duke in the battle for the final 1 seed.  I analyzed it again last night and I still see it that way.  I’ll go into more detail about my reasoning in a post later today.  … Continue reading

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Bracketology: Monday Update

After yesterday, I’ve added a few more teams to the Gone Fishin’ list.  They are Colorado, Oregon State, East Tennessee State, and South Florida.  I just don’t see any way for these teams to get an at-large bid.  Meanwhile, expect … Continue reading

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Bracketology: How Much do the Conference Tournaments Matter?

If my team wins the conference tournament, they’ll definitely move up a few seed lines, right?  If your team is on the bubble, one good win in the conference tournament or getting to a certain round gets them in, doesn’t … Continue reading

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Bracketology: Throw It Down One Time!

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

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Bracketology: Wisconsin is the Final 1 Seed

We have reached one of my favorite weeks of the year!  And, with less than an hour until the Selection Show, it’s time for my final bracket projection of 2015.  Bolded teams are automatic qualifiers. I am predicting that after … Continue reading

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Bracketology: Will Murray State Make It?

You can almost feel it now.  It’s next week!  One week from tonight, eight lucky – or maybe unlucky – teams will begin March Madness 2015 by playing in the First Four.  And right now, we really don’t know who … Continue reading

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