2022-2023 Bracketology Archive

Bracketology: Final NCAA tournament projections

  • Andy Bottoms 03/12/2023 3:21 pm  
 

Below are my final bracket projections for the NCAA Tournament. Thanks for following along this season! Before we get to the bracket, here’s a quick refresher about how the NCAA selection committee classifies wins based on the NET rating: · ...

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Bracketology: NCAA tournament projection as of March 10, 2023

  • Andy Bottoms 03/10/2023 12:14 pm  
 

Thursday was an incredibly full day of hoops, with some bubble teams picking up key wins but others stumbling in their conference tournaments and setting up some long days of waiting. Here’s a quick spin around what happened in the ...

Bracketology: NCAA tournament projection as of March 9, 2023

  • Andy Bottoms 03/09/2023 11:08 am  
 

After a few relatively uneventful days, Thursday is shaping up to be a huge day for the bubble. Here’s a look at the most impactful games for each conference: • ACC – The big one here is Virginia-North Carolina. The ...

Bracketology: NCAA tournament projection as of March 7, 2023

  • Andy Bottoms 03/07/2023 8:14 am  
 

Championship Week is here, which means the potential for bid thieves will ratchet up in the coming days. With that in mind, here’s a quick look at the mid-major tournaments that bubble teams will closely monitor in the coming days. ...

Bracketology: NCAA tournament projection as of February 28, 2023

  • Andy Bottoms 02/28/2023 9:07 am  
 

With just one week left in the regular season for the major conferences, there is still some intrigue on the one line. Alabama and Houston were the top two teams during the committee’s reveal on February 18th, and neither has ...

Bracketology: NCAA tournament projection as of February 21, 2023

  • Andy Bottoms 02/21/2023 8:30 am  
 

The selection committee revealed its top 16 teams on Saturday, and while for the most part there weren’t many surprises, it does present bracketologists with a chance to get inside the minds of the committee and a glimpse of what ...

Bracketology: NCAA tournament projection as of February 14, 2023

  • Andy Bottoms 02/14/2023 8:09 am  
 

As has been the case for a few years now, the NCAA tournament selection committee will reveal its top 16 teams this Saturday, which will give us some insight as to where teams stand with just a few weeks until ...

Bracketology: NCAA tournament projection as of February 7, 2023

  • Andy Bottoms 02/07/2023 8:42 am  
 

Selection Sunday is now less than five weeks away, and the breakdown of bids by conference is starting to take shape. Here’s a quick look at the top 10 leagues per KenPom: • Big 12 – It’s hard to see ...

Bracketology: NCAA tournament projection as of January 31, 2023

  • Andy Bottoms 01/31/2023 8:55 am  
 

With less than six weeks left until Selection Sunday, there is still plenty of intrigue on the one line, with six teams firmly in the mix for a top seed and a few others lurking. At this point, Purdue is ...

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Bracketology: NCAA tournament projection as of January 17, 2023

  • Andy Bottoms 01/17/2023 9:20 am  
 

It’s hard to believe it’s mid-January, and we are already less than eight weeks away from Selection Sunday. While I didn’t have time to do a full writeup, here are a couple quick notes on the first in-season bracket projections ...

Indiana is a No. 4 seed in Joe Lunardi’s latest ESPN bracketology

  • Alex Bozich 12/14/2022 8:48 am  
 

The regular season is almost one-third of the way complete and Indiana is 8-2 through 10 games. In Joe Lunardi’s latest bracketology at ESPN.com, the Hoosiers are a No. 4 seed in the Midwest Region. Delphi Bracketology also recently updated ...

2022-2023 Preseason Bracketology

  • Andy Bottoms 11/07/2022 7:57 am  
 

With the college basketball season tipping off today, it’s time to go on record with my preseason bracket projections. This set of projections is always the toughest to do since there isn’t actual data to use, not to mention the ...