Bracketology 3/5/18

4 more bids were punched last night- Loyola Chicago took their fate in their own hands and will not be sweating it out on Sunday. Radford made an insane NBA 3 to seal their bid and Lipscomb survived a furious comeback from FGCU. Michigan had an extremely impressive win over Purdue to win the Big Ten Tournament- I saw all four Michigan games this week in person, and they look incredibly dangerous- they're deep, big, and have lots of guys who can shoot 3s.

I feel pretty uneasy about the 2 and 3 lines- for now, I've moved Auburn and Cincinnati up to a 2 and Michigan State and North Carolina to a 3, but those teams are all very close in my eyes.

1: Virginia, Villanova, Xavier, Kansas
2: Duke, Purdue, Auburn, Cincinnati
3: Michigan State, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas Tech
4: Michigan, Wichita State, Arizona, West Virginia
5: Clemson, Gonzaga, Ohio State, Kentucky
6: Houston, Florida, TCU, Arkansas
7: Texas A&M, Miami (FL), Missouri, Seton Hall
8: Oklahoma, Nevada, Rhode Island, North Carolina State
9: Florida State, Virginia Tech, Creighton, Butler
10: St. Mary's, St. Bonaventure, Kansas State, Arizona State
11: Texas, Providence, (USC/Alabama), Middle Tennessee
12: (Marquette/UCLA), Loyola Chicago, New Mexico State, Vermont
13: Buffalo, Louisiana, Murray State, South Dakota State
14: East Tennessee State, Montana, Northeastern, Bucknell
15: UC Davis, Penn, Iona, Wright State
16: Wagner, Lipscomb, (Nicholls State/Radford), (Hampton/Arkansas Pine Bluff)

First Four Out: Baylor, Louisville, LSU, Syracuse
Next Four Out: Washington, Boise State, Oklahoma State, Mississippi State
In Consideration: Nebraska, Utah, Penn State, Georgia, Notre Dame

Moving In: Texas, East Tennessee State, Lipscomb
Moving Out: UNC Greensboro, Florida Gulf Coast


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