NCAA Tournament Bracket Projections: Feb. 12th

There seems to be a lot of hand-wringing about this being a down year for college hoops.

If you define the season by whether or not there is a truly dominant team, I guess that’s a fair statement. If you define the season by sheer entertainment value, however, this one has been pretty darn good.

The same kinds of upsets that are celebrated during the NCAA tournament are somehow being used as an indictment of the 2012-13 season, but I have no complaints about such an unpredictable year.

Well, maybe one.  

It makes putting together these bracket projections increasingly difficult, because it feels like virtually everyone lost last week. Throw in oddball profiles such as the one Virginia is building, and this becomes a tall order each Monday night.

Maybe now that we are less than five weeks from Selection Sunday, things will start to sort themselves out. But with the way this season has gone, I doubt it.

The projections below take into account all games played through Monday, Feb. 11.

 

MIDWEST (INDIANAPOLIS) SOUTH (DALLAS)
Dayton – March 22nd/24th Lexington – March 21st/23rd
1) Indiana (21-3) 1) Miami, FL (19-3)
16) Western Illinois (18-5) 16) NC Central (17-7)/Southern (17-8)
8) Oklahoma (16-7) 8) Illinois (17-8)
9) Saint Louis (18-5) 9) VCU (19-5)
San Jose – March 21st/23rd Austin – March 22nd/24th
5) San Diego State (18-5) 5) Ohio State (17-6)
12) Belmont (20-5) 12) Middle Tennessee (22-4)
4) Pittsburgh (20-5) 4) Kansas State (19-5)
13) Akron (19-4) 13) Louisiana Tech (21-3)
Kansas City – March 22nd/24th San Jose – March 21st/23rd
6) Cincinnati (18-6) 6) Notre Dame (19-5)
11) Memphis (20-3) 11) Iowa State (16-7)
3) Kansas (20-4) 3) New Mexico (20-4)
14) Northeastern (17-8) 14) Montana (18-4)
Lexington – March 21st/23rd Philadelphia – March 22nd/24th
7) North Carolina State (17-7) 7) UCLA (18-6)
10) Colorado (16-7) 10) Wichita State (20-5)
2) Florida (19-3) 2) Syracuse (20-3)
15) Florida Gulf Coast (18-8) 15) Vermont (16-7)
EAST (WASHINGTON, DC) WEST (LOS ANGELES)
Auburn Hills – March 21st/23rd Philadelphia – March 22nd/24th
1) Michigan (21-3) 1) Duke (21-2)
16) Niagara (14-11)/UNC-Asheville (15-10) 16) Bryant (16-6)
8) Creighton (20-5) 8) Colorado State (19-4)
9) Kentucky (17-6) 9) Missouri (17-6)
Kansas City – March 22nd/24th Austin – March 22nd/24th
5) Oklahoma State (17-5) 5) Georgetown (18-4)
12) Boise State (16-7)/Saint Mary’s (21-4) 12) Baylor (15-8)/Indiana State (16-8)
4) Butler (20-4) 4) Wisconsin (17-7)
13) Bucknell (20-4) 13) Stephen F. Austin (20-2)
Dayton – March 22nd/24th Salt Lake City – March 21st/23rd
6) Minnesota (17-7) 6) Marquette (17-6)
11) North Carolina (16-7) 11) Temple (16-7)
3) Louisville (19-5) 3) Gonzaga (23-2)
14) Davidson (17-7) 14) Valparaiso (19-6)
Salt Lake City – March 21st/23rd Auburn Hills – March 21st/23rd
7) UNLV (18-6) 7) Oregon (19-5)
10) La Salle (16-6) 10) Mississippi (18-5)
2) Arizona (20-3) 2) Michigan State (20-4)
15) Princeton (11-8) 15) Long Beach State (14-9)

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Last Four In

Saint Mary’s

The Gaels just need to keep winning, and unlike many of their bubble brethren, they are doing just that.

Thursday begins a critical 10-day stretch that features home dates with Gonzaga, BYU and Creighton, with a road trip to Loyola Marymount squeezed in the middle. Going 3-1 in that stretch would give Saint Mary’s a little breathing room. Anything less and things start to get dicey.

Indiana State

Last week’s win against Creighton gave the Sycamores their fourth win against an RPI top 50 team, and they avoided another brutal loss with a one-point victory over Southern Illinois on Saturday.

The neutral court win over a Reggie Johnson-less Miami squad looks better with each passing week, but three losses against sub-150 RPI teams still have ISU in a tenuous position.

For this week, the Sycamores need to avoid road slip-ups against Missouri State and Bradley.

Baylor

At this point, the Bears have just one win against the RPI top 45, have lost three of four, and have beaten one tournament-caliber team since early December. Their November win over St. John’s is useful for bubble purposes, but that won’t be enough if they can’t start getting wins.

Baylor needs to take care of business at home against West Virginia before a tough road test at Kansas State.

Boise State

The fact that Jeff Elorriaga missed three of their conference losses helps, but he also hasn’t been particularly productive since returning. As it stands, the Broncos are below .500 in the Mountain West with road games left at New Mexico and UNLV as well as home dates with Colorado State and San Diego State.

If they can win their three other conference games and split those four, their profile would look pretty good. Anything less and they are in serious trouble.

First Five Out

Virginia

The Cavaliers have the most confounding profile I can remember in recent years (or maybe ever).

On one hand, they are 6-0 against the RPI top 100 with home wins against North Carolina and North Carolina State and road victories over Wisconsin and Maryland. On the other hand, all six losses have come to teams ranked 120th or lower in the RPI, including to sub-300 Old Dominion.

You can’t overlook the good wins or the bad losses, which lands the Cavs directly on the fence without much historical precedent for how the committee may treat them. The next few weeks will be telling with road trips to UNC and Miami as well as a home game against Duke.

Arizona State

Saturday’s home loss to Stanford pushed the Sun Devils out of the field. They have four top-100 wins at this point and just one sub-100 loss — a 17-point home defeat to DePaul. The biggest issue is that nine of their 18 Division I wins have come against sub-200 squads.

With five of ASU’s final seven games on the road, it will be an uphill battle for Herb Sendek’s club. The Sun Devils certainly can’t afford to lose at Utah this week and would be well-served to steal one at Colorado over the weekend.

St. John’s

The Red Storm have won six of their past eight games, including wins over Notre Dame and UConn. However, nonconference losses to San Francisco and UNC-Asheville loom large, as does a disappointing home loss to Rutgers. Similar to ASU, St. John’s has racked up seven of its 15 wins over sub-190 teams.

The remaining Big East schedule will tell the tale, with four games against teams in the RPI top 50 (at Louisville, Pittsburgh, at Notre Dame, Marquette) and a road trip to Providence sprinkled in.

Villanova

After a home loss to Providence, the Wildcats held serve last week by beating DePaul and South Florida, but neither win really moves the needle for their NCAA hopes.

Victories over Louisville and Syracuse obviously hold a lot of weight, but their next best wins are against St. John’s and St. Joseph’s. Unfortunately, those are somewhat offset by an 18-point loss to Columbia and the fact they were swept by Providence.

This is a huge week for ’Nova with road trips to Cincinnati and UConn on tap.

Massachusetts

The Minutemen are quietly 6-3 in the A-10, with two of those losses coming by a combined four points. They are also 6-2 in true road games, but the wins at Northeastern and La Salle are the only ones that hold much weight.  UMass is 5-5 against the RPI top 100, but losses against Tennessee in Puerto Rico and at home vs. George Washington certainly don’t help the cause.

Much like Villanova, the Minutemen have a pair of important games this week as they travel to VCU before hosting Temple on Saturday.

 

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Here is how the bids broke out by conference:

Big East (7): Cincinnati, Georgetown, Louisville, Marquette, Notre Dame, Pittsburgh, Syracuse

Big Ten (7): Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota, Ohio State, Wisconsin

Big 12 (6): Baylor, Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State

Atlantic 10 (5): Butler, La Salle, Saint Louis, Temple, VCU

Mountain West (5): Boise State, Colorado State, New Mexico, San Diego State, UNLV

Pac-12 (4): Arizona, Colorado, Oregon, UCLA

ACC (4): Duke, Miami (FL), North Carolina, North Carolina State

SEC (4): Florida, Kentucky, Missouri, Ole Miss

Missouri Valley (3): Creighton, Indiana State, Wichita State

West Coast (2): Gonzaga, Saint Mary’s

America East: Vermont

Atlantic Sun: Florida Gulf Coast

Big Sky: Montana

Big South: UNC-Asheville

Big West: Long Beach State

Colonial: Northeastern

Conference USA: Memphis

Horizon: Valparaiso

Ivy: Princeton

MAAC: Niagara

MAC: Akron

MEAC: North Carolina Central

Northeast: Bryant

Ohio Valley: Belmont

Patriot: Bucknell

Southern: Davidson

Southland: Stephen F. Austin

Summit: Western Illinois

Sun Belt: Middle Tennessee

SWAC: Southern

WAC: Louisiana Tech

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Follow me on Twitter (@andybottoms) for more thoughts on college hoops.



About Andy Bottoms

While Andy was born and raised in Indiana, he would like to point out that he grew up shooting hoops in his driveway and not against the side of a barn like you see in all the March Madness promos or in the middle of a field like Jimmy Chitwood. Andy ranks among the top bracketologists according to the Bracket Matrix and has provided his projections to Fox Sports for the past three seasons. When not compiling excuses for missing work during the NCAA Tournament, Andy enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters. He is a proud IU graduate and co-hosts The Assembly Call postgame show following every IU game. Twitter: @AndyBottoms

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  386. randal davis says:

    i think that butler should be at least a 2 seed. also look at arkansas rpi and if the can win 2 round games and maybe 1 or to in the sec torn. they arnt out quit yet. sun belt anything can happen n there torn.middle ten is good but a-state might pull an upset

  387. AJ Kaufman says:

    Good points. A-10 is tough. If BU wins out or loses just once, definitely deserve a 2 seed. They also beat five good teams non conference. Certainly more deserving than Duke.

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