Bracketology

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This is where you will find bracket projections for the 2018 NCAA Tournament. At the time of publication (update) the bracket reflects an overview of where the NCAA landscape currently stands.  Thank you for your continued interest.

UPDATED: December 11, 2018

FIRST FOUR – DAYTON
SOUTH REGION Connecticut vs. Butler
WEST REGION Ole Miss vs. Seton Hall
WEST REGION Northern Colorado vs. Howard
MIDWEST REGION Nicholls vs. Long Island

MIDWEST Kansas City SOUTH – Louisville                          
Tulsa Columbus
1) KANSAS 1) MICHIGAN
16) NICHOLLS / LONG ISLAND 16) LEHIGH
8) Houston 8) St. John’s
9) Kentucky 9) Arizona
Hartford Des Moines
5) Indiana 5) Mississippi State
12) NEW MEXICO ST 12) Connecticut / Butler
4) North Carolina 4) Virginia Tech
13) NORTH TEXAS 13) BELMONT
Jacksonville Tulsa
6) Iowa 6) Maryland
11) Washington 11) FURMAN
3) Florida State 3) Texas Tech
14) CHARLESTON 14) GEORGIA STATE
Jacksonville Columbus
7) Oklahoma 7) CINCINNATI
10) SAINT LOUIS 10) Purdue
2) Auburn 2) Virginia
15) RADFORD 15) NO. KENTUCKY
EAST – Washington, DC WEST – Anaheim
Columbia Salt Lake City
1) DUKE 1) GONZAGA
16) MARIST 16) NO COLORADO / HOWARD
8) Minnesota 8) Louisville
9) Iowa State 9) Kansas State
Salt Lake City San Jose
5) MARQUETTE 5) BUFFALO
12) SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 12) Ole Miss / Seton Hall
4) Ohio State 4) ARIZONA STATE
13) LIPSCOMB 13) UC-IRVINE
Des Moines Hartford
6) Syracuse 6) Villanova
11) UCLA 11) TCU
3) Wisconsin 3) Michigan State
14) VERMONT 14) SOUTH DAKOTA ST
Columbia San Jose
7) Nebraska 7) NC State
10) Texas 10) LSU
2) TENNESSEE 2) NEVADA
15) PENNSYLVANIA 15) TEXAS-SOUTHERN

BUBBLE NOTES
Last 4 Byes Last 4 IN      First 4 OUT Next 4 OUT
LSU Connecticut Creighton Oregon
UCLA Butler Clemson San Diego
Washington Ole Miss Arkansas Georgetown
TCU Seton Hall UCF VCU

TOP SEED LINE: Kansas is the No. 1 overall seed followed by Michigan, Gonzaga, and Duke

Breakdown by Conference …

Big 10 (10): Michigan, Michigan State, Wisconsin, Ohio State, Indiana, Maryland, Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota, Purdue

ACC (8): Duke, Virginia, Florida State, North Carolina, Virginia Tech, Syracuse, NC State, Louisville

SEC (6): Tennessee, Auburn, Mississippi State, Kentucky, LSU, Ole Miss

BIG 12 (6): Kansas, Texas Tech, Oklahoma, Kansas State, Texas, TCU

Big East (5): Marquette, Villanova, St. John’s, Butler, Seton Hall

Pac 12 (4): Arizona State, Arizona, UCLA, Washington

American (3): Cincinnati, Houston, Connecticut

Atlantic 10 (1): Saint Louis

Mountain West (1): Nevada

West Coast (1): Gonzaga

ONE BID LEAGUES: Southern Illinois (MVC), Marist (MAAC), North Texas (C-USA), Georgia State (SBELT), Pennsylvania (IVY), Northern Colorado (BSKY), Northern Kentucky (HORIZON), Nicholls (SLND), Furman (STHN), UC-Irvine (BWEST), Buffalo (MAC), Lipscomb (ASUN), Belmont (OVC), Charleston (CAA), Radford (BSO), Howard (MEAC), South Dakota State (SUM), New Mexico State (WAC), Vermont (AEAST), Lehigh (PAT), Long Island (NEC), Texas-Southern (SWAC)

Bracketing principles: read them for yourself at http://www.ncaa.com.

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