Friday, March 4, 2011

Bracket Breakdown

AS OF MARCH 4, 2011

No. 1: Ohio State, Pittsburgh, Kansas, Duke

No. 2: Notre Dame, Purdue, Texas, BYU

No. 3: San Diego State, Syracuse, Wisconsin, North Carolina

No. 4: Florida, Louisville, Georgetown, St. John’s

No. 5: Kentucky, Connecticut, Vanderbilt, Arizona

No. 6: West Virginia, Xavier, Texas A&M, Kansas State

No. 7: Temple, Villanova, Missouri, UNLV

No. 8: George Mason, UCLA, Old Dominion, Cincinnati

No. 9: Tennessee, Florida State, Utah State, Washington

No. 10: Illinois, Georgia, Marquette, Michigan State

No. 11: Richmond, Saint Mary’s, Butler, Gonzaga

No. 12: Michigan, Virginia Tech, Boston College, Colorado, Missouri State, UAB

No. 13: Princeton, Belmont, Oakland, Charleston

No. 14: Fairfield, Bucknell, Long Island, Milwaukee

No. 15: Coastal Carolina, Vermont, Kent State, Long Beach State

No. 16: Florida Atlantic, Murray State, Northern Colorado, Bethune-Cookman, McNeese State, Texas Southern

Breakdown by Conference

  • ACC (5): Duke, North Carolina, Florida State, Boston College, Virginia Tech
  • Big East (11): Pittsburgh, Notre Dame, Syracuse, Louisville, Georgetown, St. John’s, Connecticut, West Virginia, Villanova, Cincinnati, Marquette
  • Big Ten (6): Ohio State, Purdue, Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan State, Michigan
  • Big 12 (6): Kansas, Texas, Texas A&M, Kansas State, Missouri, Colorado
  • Pac-10 (3): Arizona, UCLA, Washington
  • SEC (5): Florida, Kentucky, Vanderbilt, Tennessee, Georgia
  • Atlantic-10 (3): Xavier, Temple, Richmond
  • Mountain West (3): BYU, San Diego State, UNLV
  • Colonial (2): George Mason, Old Dominion
  • Horizon (2): Milwaukee, Butler
  • West Coast (2): Saint Mary’s, Gonzaga

One-Bid Conferences (20): America East (Vermont), Atlantic Sun (Belmont), Big Sky (Northern Colorado), Big South (Coastal Carolina), Big West (Long Beach State), Conference-USA (UAB), Ivy (Princeton), MAC (Kent State), MAAC (Fairfield), MEAC (Bethune-Cookman), Missouri Valley (Missouri State), Northeast (Long Island), Ohio Valley (Murray State), Patriot (Bucknell), Southern (Charleston), Southland (McNeese State), Summit (Oakland), Sun Belt (Florida Atlantic), SWAC (Texas Southern), WAC (Utah State)

  • Last Four In: Michigan, Virginia Tech, Boston College, Colorado
  • Last Four Out: Clemson, Colorado State, Baylor, Alabama
  • Next Four Out: Memphis, Maryland, Washington State, Nebraska

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