Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Bracket Breakdown


No. 1: Syracuse, Kentucky, Ohio State, Baylor

No. 2: North Carolina, Missouri, Michigan State, Duke

No. 3: Kansas, UNLV, Georgetown, Michigan

No. 4: Marquette, Florida, Creighton, Indiana

No. 5: San Diego State, Wisconsin, Saint Mary’s, Murray State

No. 6: Vanderbilt, Florida State, Louisville, Temple

No. 7: Mississippi State, Virginia, Southern Miss, Gonzaga

No. 8: Illinois, West Virginia, Iowa State, Wichita State

No. 9: Kansas State, Connecticut, Alabama, Harvard

No. 10: Notre Dame, New Mexico, Memphis, Purdue

No. 11: BYU, Saint Louis, Minnesota, Washington

No. 12: Colorado State, Xavier, Seton Hall, Dayton, California, Northwestern

No. 13: Long Beach State, Middle Tennessee, Cleveland State, Oral Roberts

No. 14: Iona, Akron, Nevada, Davidson

No. 15: Drexel, Bucknell, Weber State, Mercer

No. 16: LIU-Brooklyn, Norfolk State, UNC-Asheville, Texas-Arlington, Stony Brook, Mississippi Valley State

Breakdown by Conference

  • ACC (4): North Carolina, Duke, Florida State, Virginia
  • Big East (8): Syracuse, Georgetown, Marquette, Louisville, West Virginia, Connecticut, Notre Dame, Seton Hall
  • Big Ten (9): Ohio State, Michigan State, Michigan, Indiana, Wisconsin, Illinois, Purdue, Minnesota, Northwestern
  • Big 12 (5): Baylor, Missouri, Kansas, Iowa State, Kansas State
  • Pac-12 (2): Washington, California
  • SEC (5): Kentucky, Florida, Vanderbilt, Mississippi State, Alabama
  • Atlantic-10 (4): Temple, Saint Louis, Xavier, Dayton
  • Conference USA (2): Southern Miss, Memphis
  • Missouri Valley (2): Creighton, Wichita State
  • Mountain West (4): UNLV, San Diego State, New Mexico, Colorado State
  • West Coast (3): Saint Mary’s, Gonzaga, BYU

One-Big Conferences (20): America East (Stony Brook), Atlantic Sun (Mercer), Big Sky (Weber State), Big South (UNC-Asheville), Big West (Long Beach State), Colonial (Drexel), Horizon (Cleveland State), Ivy (Harvard), MAC (Akron), MAAC (Iona), MEAC (Norfolk State), Northeast (Long Island), Ohio Valley (Murray State), Patriot (Bucknell), Southern (Davidson), Southland (Texas Arlington), Summit (Oral Roberts), Sun Belt (Middle Tennessee), SWAC (Mississippi Valley State), WAC (Nevada)

  • Last Four In: Northwestern, California, Dayton, Seton Hall
  • Last Four Out: Cincinnati, Miami (Fl.), NC State, Ole Miss
  • Next Four Out: Texas, Arkansas, Pittsburgh, Saint Joseph’s

1 comment:

  1. How is Baylor ahead of Missouri? Mizzou handled them in Waco and Baylor lost in Lawrence. What else does Mizzou have to do to earn a 1 seed?