NCAA Tournament Bracket Projection March 14

NCAA Tournament Bracket Projection March 14 1
Colgate forward Malcolm Regisford (5) reaches for a rebound next to Bucknell center Nate Sestina (4) during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game for the championship of the Patriot League men's tournament in Hamilton, N.Y., Wednesday, March 13, 2019. (AP Photo/Adrian Kraus)

The only automatic bid clinched was Colgate in the Patriot League knocking off Bucknell and giving teams with the nickname “Bison” a 1-2 record in title games this conference tournament season. We saw Oklahoma fall a toenail short of West Virginia, Clemson blow a double digit lead, and St. John’s took care of DePaul. Be sure to check out the preview for every single conference tournament in America and head over to Bracket Matrix as well for a full list of the internet’s projections.

1 Seeds: Virginia, North Carolina, Kentucky, Duke

2 Seeds: Tennessee, Gonzaga, LSU, Michigan State

3 Seeds: Michigan, Texas Tech, Florida State, Purdue

4 Seeds: Kansas, Virginia Tech, Houston, Wisconsin

5 Seeds: Kansas State, Maryland, Buffalo, Nevada

6 Seeds: Villanova, Marquette, Wofford (SoCon), Auburn

7 Seeds: Cincinnati, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Iowa State

8 Seeds: Utah State, VCU, Iowa, Louisville

9 Seeds: Syracuse, UCF, Washington, TCU

10 Seeds: Seton Hall, Ohio State, Minnesota, Baylor

11 Seeds: Temple, St. John’s, NC State, Oklahoma, Florida

12 Seeds: Indiana, Arizona State, Murray State (OVC), Liberty (A-Sun), Saint Mary’s (WCC)

13 Seeds: New Mexico State, Vermont, UC Irvine, Harvard

14 Seeds: Montana, Old Dominion, Northern Kentucky (Horizon), Northeastern (CAA)

15 Seeds: Georgia State, Bradley (MVC), Sam Houston State, Gardner-Webb (Big South)

16 Seeds: Colgate (Patriot), Fairleigh Dickinson (NEC), North Dakota State (Summit),Prairie View, Norfolk State, Iona (MAAC)

Last Four In: Oklahoma, Florida, Indiana, Arizona State
First Four Out: Clemson, Texas, Belmont, Creighton

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