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Last updated 04/07/2019 10:00 PM Central Time 

Seeds

Seed East Midwest South West
1 Duke 29-5 North Carolina 27-6 Virginia 29-3 Gonzaga 30-3
2 Kentucky 27-6 Michigan 29-5 Tennessee 29-5 Michigan State 26-6
3 Purdue 23-9 Houston 31-3 Texas Tech 26-6 Florida State 27-7
4 Kansas State 25-8 Kansas 25-9 Wisconsin 23-10 LSU 26-6
5 Mississippi State 23-10 Auburn 26-9 Iowa State 23-11 Virginia Tech 24-8
6 Villanova 25-9 Marquette 24-9 Cincinnati 28-6 Maryland 22-10
7 Buffalo 31-3 Louisville 20-13 Wofford 29-4 Nevada 29-4
8 Iowa 22-11 UCF 23-8 Seton Hall 20-13 Ole Miss 20-12
9 Oklahoma 19-13 Baylor 19-13 Minnesota 21-13 Utah State 28-6
10 TCU 20-13 VCU 25-7 Syracuse 20-13 Washington 26-7
11 Florida 19-15 Ohio State 19-14/Belmont 26-5 Saint Mary's 22-11 Temple 23-9/UNCG 28-6
12 Oregon 22-12 New Mexico State 30-4 UC Irvine 30-5 Murray State 27-4
13 Vermont 27-6 Saint Louis 23-12 Northeastern 23-10 Liberty 28-6
14 ODU 26-8 Montana 26-8 Yale 22-7 Georgia State 24-9
15 Gardner-Webb 23-11 Bradley 20-14 Northern Kentucky 26-8 Colgate 24-10
16 PVAM 22-12/N. Dak. State 18-15 ACU 27-6 Iona 17-15 FDU 20-13/NC Central 18-15
         
I missed UNCG for St Johns, St Johns last team in, UNCG 1st team out, blah, Temple I had right  
       
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


Bracket


Match-ups

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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