Bracketville features content and information about the NCAA Tournament and college basketball.  The site launched in November 2009.   If you enjoy college basketball and NCAA selection process, Bracketville provides an intuitive look at the selection and seeding process for the Field of 68.

If you have questions, please e-mail me at bracketville.hoops@gmail.com  |  You can also follow me on Twitter at  BracketguyDave.

I’ve been an avid NCAA Tournament fan since the 1980’s.   There are few events more exciting in sports.  In addition to team and bracket information for the current season, I hope to provide you some insight into my perspectives on selection and seeding.  This is a fun hobby for me.  I only wish I had more time to spend on it!

Although in public relations today, I’ve spent considerable time working as a member of the media – both electronic and print.  As a reporter I’ve covered prep and collegiate sports, major league baseball, and the NFL.  Highlights include covering the 1991 and 2010 Final Fours in Indianapolis – the latter an opportunity provided by the great team at NBC Sports, College Basketball Talk.  I thank them for a 10-year partnership.

Distinctions: Thanks to another fortunate outcome last Selection Sunday, Bracketville began the 2019-20 college hoops campaign Ranked No. 1 at the Bracket Matrix (Bracket Project).  Bracketville earned previous distinctions as Bracket Matrix Champion in 2015 and co-champion in 2010.  More importantly, I’ve been able to interact with other bracket enthusiasts who do incredible work and make the process a joy.  Hopefully, we will have a 2021 NCAA Tournament after COVID erased the 2020 event.

I’m married with two kids. I graduated from Butler University in Indianapolis and currently work in the Public Relations and Marketing field.

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