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Well, I did pretty decent - picked 67 of 68 and 65 correct or within 1 seed line. The ones I missed, Missouri and San Diego St - I had them flip flopped, and Louisville-Wichita St - I had L in and WSU out, not too bad - my best results ever.  No metric was used, just my gut and head, dunno which came in handier. Thank as always for the wonderful support, I'll have next years 1st stab posted in April. Enjoy the tournament!

PLEASE NOTE - My projections are based on at-large chances, so only conference leaders from 1-bid conferences are not placed in a First Four game.  Until a team wins the conference tournament, they are not officially a lock and can be placed in a First Four game or even out for multi-bid conferences.

DISCLAIMER: From Wikipedia - Bracketology is the process of predicting the field of college basketball participants in the NCAA Basketball Tournament, named as such because it is commonly used to fill in tournament brackets for the postseason. It incorporates some method of predicting what the NCAA Selection Committee will use as its NET in order to determine at-large (non-conference winning) teams to complete the field of 68 teams, and, to seed the field by ranking all teams from first through sixty-eighth. Bracketology also encompasses the process of predicting the winners of each of the brackets. In recent years the concept of Bracketology has been applied to areas outside of basketball..

The part above that is in bold - this is what I do. If you choose to use my picks to try and win your office pool, then it's your own fault for doing so. I stink when it comes to doing that and make no secret about it. Madness is Madness, it rules, and no one gets them all right.

Last updated 03/15/2021 06:59 AM Central Time 


Seed East Midwest South West
1 Michigan 20-4 Illinois 22-6 Baylor 22-2 Gonzaga 26-0
2 Alabama 24-6 Houston 24-3 Ohio St 21-8 Iowa 21-8
3 Kansas 20-8 Texas 19-7 Arkansas 23-5 Oklahoma St 20-8
4 West Virginia 18-9 Purdue 18-9 Virginia 18-6 Florida St 16-6
5 USC 22-7 Texas Tech 17-10 Creighton 20-8 Villanova 16-6
6 Tennessee 18-8 Missouri 16-9 Colorado 22-8 Clemson 16-7
7 Oregon 20-6 BYU 20-6 Oklahoma 15-10 LSU 18-9
8 Florida 14-9 North Carolina 18-10 Connecticut 15-7 Wisconsin 17-12
9 Virginia Tech 15-6 San Diego St 23-4 Loyola-Chicago 24-4 Georgia Tech 17-8
10 Rutgers 15-11 Maryland 16-13 St Bonaventure 16-4 UCLA 17-9
11 VCU 19-7/Syracuse 16-9 Utah St 20-8/Drake 25-4 Louisville 13-7 Michigan St 15-12
12 Georgetown 13-12 UCSB 22-4 Oregon St 17-12 Winthrop 23-1
13 Colgate 14-1 UNCG 21-8 Liberty 23-5 North Texas 17-9
14 Ohio 16-7 Morehead St 23-7 Eastern Washingon 16-7 Abilene Christian 23-4
15 Oral Roberts 16-10 Cleveland St 19-7 Drexel 12-7 Grand Canyon 17-6
16 Texas Southern 16-8/App St 17-11 Iona 12-5 Hartford 15-8 Norfolk St 16-7/Mount St Mary's 12-10
Teams in Black were picked with the correct seed
Teams in Blue were 1 line away
Teams in Orange were 2 or more lines away
Teams in Red were not in the tourney

True Seed List



These projections are based on how I think the committee will make their selections, not how I would want to make them, if the season ended TODAY.  If you have any questions or comments about these predictions, if you find any errors, or if you just want to talk hoops feel free to email me.  Please note this is for entertainment purposes only. Yes, W.A.G. stands for Wild Ass Guess.  Thanks and enjoy.

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