Tag Archives: Bracketology

Bracketology 2015: NCAA Tournament No. 1 seeds are still up for grabs on Selection Sunday

What will the committee do with five worthy contenders for remaining three spots on the top line of the 2015 NCAA Tournament bracket? While it’s clear that the Kentucky Wildcats will be the No. 1 overall seed in tonight’s real bracket — no matter what they do against Arkansas in the SEC Tournament final (1 p.m. ET, ESPN) — the ...

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Bracketology: Illinois’ bubble bursts against Michigan

There’s one fewer bid contender after Thursday afternoon’s early action. The Illinois Fighting Illini needed to defeat Michigan in Thursday’s Big Ten Tournament second round to set up a late quality win opportunity against Wisconsin in Friday’s quarterfinal round. After first digging themselves out of an early 14-2 hole to take a 16-14 lead, the Fighting Illini collapsed, all the ...

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Bracketology: Purdue leaps into the field of 68

The first Friday projection of the 2014-15 campaign sees a few more changes than expected. Don’t expect that trend to change as the season winds down. This post will be considerably shorter than my future Friday offerings, which will look more closely at who has bids locked up (hint: not many teams at the moment) and what’s becoming a very ...

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