Tuesday, January 1, 2008

Seeds as of 1/1

1 Seeds- North Carolina, Memphis, Kansas, Washington State

2 Seeds- UCLA, Michigan State, Duke, Texas A&M

3 Seeds- Marquette, Georgetown, Texas, Tennessee

4 Seeds- Indiana, Vanderbilt, Wisconsin, Butler

5 Seeds- Stanford, Dayton, Arizona, Villanova

6 Seeds- Xavier, Clemson, Mississippi, Rhode Island

7 Seeds- Arizona State, Baylor, Ohio State, Saint Mary’s

8 Seeds- Miami (FL), Pittsburgh, Syracuse, West Virginia

9 Seeds- Oklahoma, Virginia, BYU, USC

10 Seeds- Gonzaga, Oregon, Drake, Uconn

11 Seeds- Umass, Boston College, Creighton, George Mason

12 Seeds- Providence, UNLV, Arkansas, Boise State

13 Seeds- Siena, Winthrop, VCU, UCSB

14 Seeds- Sam Houston State, Miami (OH), Davidson, Holy Cross

15 Seeds- Belmont, UMBC, Northern Arizona, Oral Roberts

16 Seeds- Morgan State, Sacred Heart, Austin Peay, Alabama State, Cornell


Evilmonkeycma said...

My notes:

You double-dipped on Arizona. Perhaps one is intended as ASU?

Keeping Oregon in is stretching it. Losing to Oakland, Nebraska, and St. Mary's, with the best win coming against Kansas St. is not a recipe for tournament play. Notre Dame has a better profile: Losses against Baylor (who is a tournament team in your seed list) and Georgia Tech (who is better than Oakland), and the best win coming against Kansas St. ND might not be the best example, but it seems to me that they should certainly be in over Oregon

Beat The Experts said...

Definitely agree now after last night's games obviously made changes. I didn't want to put in 9 big east schools and Notre Dame was the odd ball out. With Providence losing big last night, and Notre Dame getting a big win vs. WV, they will most likely change places in the next bracket. I still see the potential in Oregon to be a dangerous Pac-10 team, but they could possibly be the most overhyped team in college basketball (besides Louisville.) Oregon will probably dropped even further off the bubble with a loss to Arizona State.