Sunday, March 13, 2011

Who's In With Seedings

Here's who I got.  I know that some items could change, but Dayton is the only team that could crash the field.  If Dayton crashes the party, I'll put in a caveat at the bottom.

Here goes...

1 - Ohio St., Kansas, Duke, Pitt
2 - San Diego St., Texas, North Carolina, Notre Dame
3 - Purdue, BYU, Florida, Wisconsin
4 - Kentucky, Syracuse, Louisville, Connecticut
5 - Utah St., Georgetown, West Virginia, Arizona
6 - St. John's, Washington, Kansas St., Cincinnati
7 - George Mason, UNLV, Vanderbilt, Villanova
8 - Illinois, Xavier, Missouri, Temple
9 - Belmont, Texas A&M, Old Dominion, Penn St.
10 - Gonzaga, Clemson, Michigan St., Michigan
11 - Marquette, Richmond, Virginia Tech, Butler
12 - St. Mary's, Tennessee, Florida St./UAB**, UCLA/Georgia**
13 - Oakland, Memphis, Princeton, Bucknell
14 - Morehead St., Long Island, Wofford, Indiana St.
15 - St. Peter's, Northern Colorado, Akron, UC-Santa Barbara
16 - UNC-Asheville, Boston U., Hampton/UALR**, UTSA/Alabama St.**

** - First Four games

If Dayton were to win, slot them between Memphis & Bucknell.  Colorado would be out and the FF games would be Georgia vs. UCLA and UAB vs. Florida St.  Both FF at-large games would be for 12 seeds instead of one for a 12 and one for a 13.

How did I go about this?  Used RealTimeRPI, Sagarin (purple column) and Ken Pomeroy as of this morning, plus I did move a few teams around, but no more than one seed line.

EDIT: Made a late change because I left out Princeton, Ivy League champ.  Colorado gets dumped out because of the switch and both FF at-large games are for 12 seeds.

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