Bracketology Snapshot for February 17, 2020


Sure, Georgia is not on-track to make the NCAA Tournament or National Invitational Tournament (NIT), but bracketology is here.  There are many bracketologists out there and you can check them out at, you will find that ESPN’s Joe Lunardi and CBS’ Jerry Palm are absolute hacks.

Onto the brackets, shall we…

Conference Conference
SOUTH – Houston MIDWEST – Indianapolis
St. Louis Spokane
1) Baylor Big XII 1) Gonzaga WCC
16) Northern Colorado Big Sky 16) Rider/Robert Morris MAAC/NEC
8) LSU SEC 8) Wisconsin Big Ten
9) Illinois Big Ten 9) Oklahoma Big XII
Tampa Tampa
5) Marquette Big East 5) Texas Tech Big XII
12) Yale Ivy 12) ETSU SoCon
4) Florida St. ACC 4) Creighton Big East
13) Liberty A-Sun 13) Vermont AE
Albany Omaha
6) Michigan St. Big Ten 6) Butler Big East
11) Utah St./USC MWC/Pac-12 11) Purdue Big Ten
3) Seton Hall Big East 3) Louisville ACC
14) Winthrop Big South 14) Hofstra Colonial
Cleveland St. Louis
7) Kentucky SEC 7) Iowa Big Ten
10) Xavier Big East 10) Northern Iowa MVC
2) Dayton A-10 2) Kansas Big XII
15) Georgia St. Sun Belt 15) South Dakota St. Summit
EAST – New York WEST – Los Angeles
Greensboro Sacramento
1) Duke ACC 1) San Diego St. MWC
16) Colgate Patriot 16) Prairie View A&M/NC Central SWAC/MEAC
8) Michigan Big Ten 8) Florida SEC
9) Rhode Island A-10 9) Saint Mary’s WCC
Spokane Omaha
5) Oregon Pac-12 5) BYU WCC
12) North Texas C-USA 12) Wichita St./Indiana American/Big Ten
4) Ohio St. Big Ten 4) Colorado Pac-12
13) Stephen F. Austin Southland 13) Belmont OVC
Albany Sacramento
6) Villanova Big East 6) Houston American
11) Virginia ACC 11) Georgetown Big East
3) Penn St. Big Ten 3) Arizona Pac-12
14) Akron MAC 14) UC-Irvine Big West
Greensboro Cleveland
7) Auburn SEC 7) Rutgers Big Ten
10) Cincinnati American 10) Stanford Pac-12
2) Maryland Big Ten 2) West Virginia Big XII
15) Wright St. Horizon 15) New Mexico St. WAC

6 thoughts on “Bracketology Snapshot for February 17, 2020

  1. Only hack here is you for somehow not including the Sun Devils in your bracket. Did you watch any games this past weekend? This bracket says otherwise. Stanford still in? Georgetown in? Lol ok.

    1. ASU could easily be in the field next week, if Indiana continues to falter… ASU takes the spot. ASU, Alabama, Richmond, VCU are the next 4 out. The non-conference slate matters as it sets the table for your conference strength of schedule. It’s why the SEC only has 4 teams in this bracket.

    1. I have Florida as an 8 seed, it’s unbiased, but thanks for visiting. Plus, I awarded Auburn with a better location over seeding number. The SEC and ACC are down while the WCC, Big East, Big XII, and Big Ten are up. Metrics support a 4 bid SEC at this time and the conference’s strength is consistent with 2013-14. Auburn had non-conference wins that were debased.

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