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2.8 Seed List

Seeding ListRankSeedTeam11Purdue21Alabama31Kansas41Houston52Arizona62Texas72Tennessee82UCLA93Baylor103Iowa State113Virginia123Xavier134Kansas State144Gonzaga154UConn164Marquette175TCU185Indiana195St. Mary’s205Rutgers216Miami226San Diego State236Illinois246Iowa257Duke267Auburn277Providence287Creighton298Michigan State308Maryland318West Virginia328Missouri339NC State349Arkansas359Boise State369Pittsburgh3710USC3810New Mexico3910Northwestern4010Oklahoma State4111Kentucky4211Florida Atlantic4311Nevada4411Memphis4511UNC4611Oregon4712Charleston4812VCU4912Kent State5012Seattle5113Belmont5213Samford5313UC Santa Barbara5413Southern Miss5514Princeton5614Vermont5714Iona5814Oral Roberts5915Colgate6015Youngstown State6115Kennesaw State6215UNC Ashville6316Texas A&M Corpus Christi6416UT Martin6516Eastern Washington6616St Francis PA6716Howard6816Southern

2.5 Seed List

Seeding ListRankSeedTeam11Purdue21Alabama31Houston41Arizona52Kansas 62Texas72UCLA82Tennessee 93Kansas State103Baylor113Virginia123Iowa State134Marquette144Gonzaga154TCU164Xavier175Rutgers185Indiana 195St. Mary’s205UConn216Illinois226Auburn236Duke246Miami257Providence267Missouri277San Diego State287Arkansas 298New Mexico308Iowa318NC State328Creighton339UNC349Maryland359West Virginia369Kentucky3710Michigan State3810Northwestern 3910Memphis4010Pittsburgh4111Boise State4211Florida Atlantic4311Nevada4411USC4511Clemson4611Oklahoma State4712VCU4812Charleston4912Kent State5012Seattle5113Belmont5213Samford5313UC Santa Barbara5413Southern Miss5514Princeton5614Vermont5714Iona5814Oral Roberts5915Colgate6015Youngstown State6115Kennesaw State6215UNC Ashville6316Texas A&M Corpus Christi6416UT Martin6516Eastern Washington6616St Francis PA6716Howard6816Southern

5 thoughts on “Predicting Brackets Since 2019

  1. Colby says:

    Leaving Iowa State out of the Bracket? You’re even dumber than I thought! This team has 8 quad 1 wins in the hardest conference in the country, a 13-0 Non conference record. Wins verse Xavier, Texas Tech, Texas, Iowa, Creighton, TCU, Memphis. You have to be the worst person in the world to put together a bracket, plain and simple. IOWA STATE should easily be a top 6 seed.

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    1. JSB Bracket says:

      Iowa State needs to get to around 7 conference wins to get in. They were 3-9 at the time this bracket was released in conference. 4-9 isn’t going to cut it either. Lastly Iowa State Non Conf Sos was ranked 335 out of 358, I would hope they had a shot to go undefeated.

      Check out Bracket Matrix. Not one person making brackets in the world has them a Top 6 seed right now.

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      1. Colby says:

        Yeah those other bracket makers have Iowa state included in their brackets. 111 out of 115 people! 8 quad 1 wins. A good net rating, wins over tournament teams. So what’s your idiotic thoughts on why you would put BYU you in and North Carolina but leave Iowa State out? C’mon man…… you’re going to be chastised straight out of the bracket matrix for this. taking out the 4th tier schools they played I refer back to them beating teams like Creighton on the road, Memphis & Xavier at neutral locations, Iowa, Texas, Texas Tech and beating TCU and Oklahoma State on the road. Sorry JSB you’re wrong on this one. I sure hope when you revise your bracket you think to include Iowa State. In addition, I’m almost certain they will be a top 6 seed by the committee when this is over. they are #15 SOS in the country! Despite what you called an easy non conference. Heck they beat Missouri and Missouri beat teams like Alabama and SMU!

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  2. Colby says:

    I see you came to your senses 3 days later after I first commented and now have Iowa State as an 8 seed. I still think it’s low and they should be a 7 or even a high 6 seed right now. I think by season end they will be a top 5 seed. They have a top 5 defense in college basketball and if saturday was any indication of the offense, then this team has a shot at winning the BIG X11 conference tourney!

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