Feburary 25th 2015

1:  Kentucky(SEC)   Duke(ACC)  Virginia   Gonzaga(WCC)

2:    Arizona(Pac 12) Villanova (Big East) Wisconsin (Big 10)   Kansas(Big 12)

3:   Northern Iowa     Iowa St.  Notre Dame  Wichita St.(Missouri Valley)

4:  Virginia Commonwealth (Atlantic 10)    Butler    Louisville    Maryland

5:  Oklahoma     Utah    West Virginia   North Carolina

6:  Baylor   Arkansas   Georgetown    Oklahoma St.

7:  Iowa    SMU(American)    Cincinnati    Texas

8:  Indiana   Dayton    San Diego St.(MWC)       Ohio St.

9:   Providence     Stanford    Colorado St.    LSU

10:   Michigan St.   Xavier    Mississippi    NC State

11:  St. John’s     Georgia    Temple     Texas A&M *  Illinois *

12: UCLA* Oregon* Harvard (Ivy)Valparaiso(Horizon)Louisiana Tech (Conference USA)

13:  Wofford (Southern)  Murray St.(Ohio Valley)   Stephen F. Austin (Southland)   Georgia St.(Sun Belt)

14:  Florida Gulf Coast (Atlantic Sun)   U.C. Davis (Big West) Toledo(MAC)  Iona (MAAC)

15:  Bucknell (Patriot) Coastal Carolina (Big South) Eastern Washington (Big Sky)      Hofstra (Colonial)

16:  Texas Southern* (SWAC) South Dakota St.* (Summit)  St. Francis (NY)* (Northeast) New Mexico St.* (WAC) North Carolina Central (MEAC) Albany (America East)

*= denotes team will play in first round

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2 thoughts on “Feburary 25th 2015

  1. How is Iowa a 7 seed and Michigan State a 10 seed? Is it Iowa’s worse record, their worse conference standing, their worse RPI, the way they got blown out by Michigan State in Iowa City? As a follow up question: What are you, some kind of idiot?

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    1. It is mostly good wins and bad losses I look at. Iowa beat Ohio st twice, and Maryland once or twice also, no bad losses. Michigan st. Lost to Texas southern and their best win I believe is Ohio st once. Texas southern, sucks, below .500 but yet somehow leads that crappy confrence. To be honest I don’t care about record. If a team is 13-17 all against ranked teams, they would be like a 6 seed. And RPI is flawed, it doesn’t factor SOS in. As a follow up, could you ask an intelligent question?

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