Bracketology Seed List For Monday, March 11, 2019

Bradley appears in ALL CAPS in today’s seed list.

Bradley, Gardner-Webb, and Liberty all secured their NCAA Tournament spots on Sunday.

Today’s full bracket post

Notes:

  • Auto bid holders in this section are noted by the conference names in parentheses. If a team has won its league’s auto bid, it appears in ALL CAPS (ignore any teams known by their abbreviations here).
  • Arrows indicate movement up or down the seed list (down to the spot on the seed list). This is relative to Sunday’s bracket (though I didn’t publish a separate seed list for it).
  • New entrants are marked with an asterisk.
  • For at-large candidates only, the numbers in parentheses after the team’s name are as follows: record vs. D1 opposition/record in Quad 1 and Quad 2 games/record in Quad 1 games only. Records reflect games played through Sunday, March 10, while NET data reflects games played through Saturday, March 9. I pulled the quality win info from WarrenNolan.com’s selection sheets.

No. 1 Seeds

1. Virginia (ACC) (28-2/16/11) – WASHINGTON, D.C. – Columbia 1
2. Gonzaga (WCC) (29-2/10/4) – ANAHEIM – Salt Lake City 1
3. Kentucky (26-5/15/10) – LOUISVILLE – Columbus 1
4. North Carolina (26-5/16/9) – KANSAS CITY – Columbia 2

No. 2 Seeds

5. Duke (26-5/14/8) – LOUISVILLE – Jacksonville 1
6. Michigan State (Big Ten) (25-6/16/11) – KANSAS CITY – Columbus 2
↑7. LSU (SEC) (26-5/16/9) – WASHINGTON, D.C. – Tulsa 1
↓8. Tennessee (26-4/13/7) – ANAHEIM – Jacksonville 2

No. 3 Seeds

9. Michigan (26-5/17/8) – LOUISVILLE – Des Moines 1
10. Houston (American) (29-2/14/5) – KANSAS CITY – Tulsa 2
11. Kansas (23-8/16/10) – ANAHEIM – Des Moines 2
12. Purdue (23-8/16/7) – WASHINGTON, D.C. – Hartford 1

No. 4 Seeds

13. Texas Tech (26-5/16/6) – KANSAS CITY – Salt Lake City 2
14. Florida State (25-6/12/6) – ANAHEIM – Hartford 2
15. Kansas State (Big 12) (24-7/13/7) – WASHINGTON, D.C. – San José 1
16. Virginia Tech (23-7/10/4) – LOUISVILLE – San José 2

No. 5 Seeds

17. Wisconsin (22-9/14/9)
↑18. Maryland (22-9/13/7)
↓19. Mississippi State (22-9/11/8)
20. Nevada (MW) (27-3/8/1)

No. 6 Seeds

21. Marquette (23-8/15/9)
22. Cincinnati (25-6/10/4)
23. Villanova (Big East) (22-9/15/5)
↑24. Auburn (21-9/13/3)

No. 7 Seeds

↓25. Iowa State (20-11/8/5)
26. Wofford (SoCon) (25-4/8/3)
27. Buffalo (MAC) (27-3/7/2)
28. VCU (A 10) (25-6/6/3)

No. 8 Seeds

29. UCF (23-7/8/2)
↑30. Oklahoma (19-12/10/4)
↑31. Louisville (19-12/8/4)
↑32. Baylor (19-12/12/4)

No. 9 Seeds

↓33. Iowa (21-10/11/4)
↓34. Washington (Pac-12) (24-7/8/2)
↑35. Seton Hall (18-12/12/6)
36. Utah State (24-6/4/3)

No. 10 Seeds

↓37. Ole Miss (20-11/7/4)
38. Syracuse (19-12/7/3)
39. Arizona State (21-9/11/3)
40. Minnesota (19-12/10/3)

No. 11 Seeds

41. St. John’s (20-11/10/5)
42. TCU (19-12/8/3)
43. Florida (17-14/6/3)
↑44. Texas (16-15/9/5)

No. 12 Seeds

45. (First Four) Temple (23-8/8/2)
↑46. (First Four) Indiana (17-14/8/6)
↓47. (First Four) Ohio State (18-13/8/4)
48. (First Four) Clemson (19-12/7/1)
49. MURRAY STATE (OVC)
↑50. New Mexico State (WAC)

First Four Out (NIT No. 1 Seeds)

69. Belmont (25-5/5/2)
↑70. N.C. State (21-10/8/2)
↓71.Lipscomb (23-7/3/2)
↓72. Creighton (17-13/9/3)

Next Four Out

↓73. Oregon (19-12/5/2)
↓74. Alabama (17-14/9/2)
↑75. UNCG (26-5/4/2)
↓76. Furman (22-7/4/1)

No. 13 Seeds

51. LIBERTY (ASUN)
52. Hofstra (CAA)
↑53. Vermont (America East)
↓54. UC Irvine (Big West)

No. 14 Seeds

55. Old Dominion (C-USA)
↑56. Harvard (Ivy)
↑57. Georgia State (Sun Belt)
↑58. Montana (Big Sky)

No. 15 Seeds

↑59. Wright State (Horizon)
↑60. Colgate (Patriot)
↓61. Omaha (Summit)
↑62. BRADLEY (MVC)

No. 16 Seeds

63. GARDNER-WEBB (Big South)
64. Sam Houston State (Southland)
65. (First Four) Iona (MAAC)
66. (First Four) Prairie View A&M (SWAC)
67. (First Four) St. Francis (Pa.) (NEC)
68. (First Four) Norfolk State (MEAC)

Conference Ranking With Seeds

Note: Auto bid holders are denoted by asterisks.

Big Ten (9): 2. Michigan State*, 3. Michigan, 3. Purdue, 5. Wisconsin, 5. Maryland, 9. Iowa, 10. Minnesota, 12. Indiana (First Four), 12. Ohio State (First Four)
ACC (8): 1. Virginia*, 1. North Carolina, 2. Duke, 4. Florida State, 4. Virginia Tech, 8. Louisville, 1-0. Syracuse, 12. Clemson (First Four)
Big 12 (8): 3. Kansas, 4. Texas Tech, 4. Kansas State*, 7. Iowa State, 8. Oklahoma, 8. Baylor, 11. TCU, 11. Texas
SEC (7): 1. Kentucky, 2. LSU*, 2. Tennessee, 5. Mississippi State, 6. Auburn, 10. Ole Miss, 11. Florida
American Athletic (4): 3. Houston*, 6. Cincinnati, 8. UCF, 12. Temple (First Four)
Big East (4): 6. Marquette, 6. Villanova*, 9. Seton Hall, 11. St. John’s
MW (2): 5. Nevada*, 9. Utah State*
Pac-12 (2): 9. Washington*, 10. Arizona State

Auto Bid Selection Procedures

  • Conference tournament champions are in and appear in ALL CAPS.
  • All other conferences are represented by their conference tournament No. 1 seed or, if that team has been eliminated, the highest remaining seed.

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Hi my name is Taylor C Copburn I love to play the odds and beat the point spread on NFL, NCAA and NBA games. Breaking down the risk value and finding the angle to collect on my wagers.

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