Tuesday, January 2, 2007

Bracket Breakdown

This is the first in-season Field of 65 so far this season; it reflects all games played in the 2006 portion of the season. This is not what I think the bracket will look like come March; it is what I think it would look like if the season ended today. Beginning in February, March Madness All Season will release a projected bracket (with seeds and matchups) every week. For some of the smaller conferences that didn't have league games yet and no one team has stood out from the pack yet, the teams with the best RPI get the bid.

ACC (6): North Carolina, Duke, Clemson, Maryland, Florida State, Georgia Tech
Big East (7): Pittsburgh, Notre Dame, Villanova, Connecticut, West Virginia, Marquette, Georgetown
Big Ten (6): Wisconsin, Ohio State, Michigan State, Illinois, Indiana, Purdue
Big Twelve (6): Oklahoma State, Kansas, Texas A&M, Texas, Missouri, Texas Tech
Missouri Valley (4): Southern Illinois, Missouri State, Northern Iowa, Wichita State
Pac-10 (5): UCLA, Arizona, Oregon, Washington, Washington State
SEC (6): Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, LSU, Arkansas
Mountain West (2): Air Force, UNLV

One-Bid Conferences (23):
America East: Vermont
Atlantic Sun: Lipscomb
Atlantic-10: Xavier
Big Sky: Weber State
Big South: Winthrop
Big West: UC-Santa Barbara
Colonial: Drexel
Conference-USA: Memphis
Horizon: Butler
Ivy: Pennsylvania
MAAC: Marist
MAC: Ohio
MEAC: Howard
Mid-Continent: Oral Roberts
Northeast: Sacred Heart
Ohio Valley: Samford
Patriot: Holy Cross
Southern: Appalachian State
Southland: Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
Sun Belt: Western Kentucky
SWAC: Jackson State
WAC: Nevada
West Coast: Gonzaga

Last Four In: Texas Tech, Missouri, Arkansas, Georgetown
Last Four Out: Syracuse, Michigan, USC, Kansas State
Next Four Out: New Mexico, Saint Louis, Creighton, Bradley

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