Bracketology: Monday, Feb. 25 Update

2019 ncaa tournament bracketologySeth Megginson takes a new look at 2019 NCAA Tournament bracketology after an eventful weekend in college basketball.


1 Duke v 16 Prairie View A&M/Iona (Colombia, SC)

8 Oklahoma v 9 Auburn (Colombia, SC)

5 Maryland v 12 Belmont (Hartford, CT)

4 Kansas State v 13. Yale (Hartford, CT)

6 Buffalo v 11. Florida (Tulsa, OK)

3 Marquette v 14. Montana (Tulsa, OK)

7 Virginia Tech v 10. UCF (Des Moines, IA)

2 Michigan State v 15 Texas State (Des Moines, IA)

South (Louisville)

1 Virginia v 16. Wright State (Colombia, SC)

8 Baylor v 9. Ole Miss (Colombia, SC)

5 Florida State v 12. Ohio State/Butler(San Jose, CA)

4 Nevada v 13. Lipscomb (San Jose, CA)

6 Iowa v 11. Texas(Tulsa, OK)

3  Houston v 14. Hofstra (Tulsa, OK)

7 Villanova v 10 NC State (Columbus, OH)

2 Tennessee v 15 Radford (Columbus, OH)


1 Gonzaga v 16. St. Francis (PA)/ Norfolk St (Salt Lake City, UT)

8 Syracuse v 9 St. Johns (Salt Lake City, UT)

5 Wisconsin v 12. New Mexico State (San Jose, CA)

4 Texas Tech v 13. UC Irvine (San Jose, CA)

6 Louisville v 11 Arizona State (Jacksonville, FL)

3 LSU v 14 Drake (Jacksonville, FL)

7 Cincinnati v 10. Wofford (Des, Moines IA)

2 Michigan v 15. South Dakota State (Des Moines, IA)


1 Kentucky v 16. Sam Houston State (Columbus, OH)

8 VCU v 9 TCU (Columbus, OH)

5 Iowa State v 12 Alabama/Minnesota (Hartford, CT)

4 Purdue v 13. Vermont (Hartford, CT)

6 Mississippi State v 11.Seton Hall (Salt Lake City, UT)

3 Kansas v 14. ODU (Salt Lake City, UT)

7 Washington v 10. Temple (Jacksonville, FL)

2 UNC  v 15. Bucknell (Jacksonville, FL)

Last Four In

  • Alabama
  • Minnesota
  • Ohio State
  • Butler

First Four Out

  • Clemson
  • Davidson
  • Utah State
  • San Francisco


  • Lipscomb
  • Drake
  • Texas State
  • Wright State
  • Iona

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