Duke. Kansas. Syracuse. Clemson. Four teams enter, one team comes out. Will it be an ACC showdown for a spot in the Final Four? Or will Kansas flex its one-seed muscles and crash the Four yet again?
The Midwest region is a gauntlet of Blue Bloods with Kansas, Duke, and Michigan State leading the way. Will the old guard maintain dominance or will a new contender like Auburn, Clemson, or TCU make a run to the Final Four?
The Final Bracket before the Selection Show...
Four teams enter, one team comes out - it's the Ivy League Tournament, the final Tourney to tip before Selection Sunday! Harvard, Yale, Cornell, and Penn duke it for a spot in the Field of 68.
The UC schools dominated the Big West this season, but conference stalwarts Long Beach State and Hawaii have Tourney aspirations as well. Parity is king in what should be one of the most competitive conference tournaments this March.
SE Louisiana, Nicholls State, and Stephen F. Austin battle it out in Katy for the chance to represent the Southland in the Field of 68!
Nevada is the team to beat in the Mountain West, a conference on the cusp of 2 bids to the Dance. If anyone but the Wolf Pack win, it could spell trouble for Bubble hopefuls.
Louisiana ran over the Sun Belt this season but there several legit contenders near the top of the standings, including the GSU schools and preseason favorite UT Arlington.
The Big 12 is the best basketball conference in America and promises to have one of the most competitive conference tournaments. Big Dance bids are on the line as nine different teams look to crash the Field of 68.
Charleston was the preseason CAA darling, and they managed to snag the 1-seed after a bumper-than-expected season. But the CAA looks wide open for any of the top five squads, so we could see some chaos in South Carolina...
A quick look at the current Field of 68 according to MidRange Report...
Northern Kentucky looks just about unstoppable heading into the Horizon League Tourney. 2-seed Wright State, who swept the Norse during the year, look to be the biggest threat to a repeat NKU berth, while UIC and Oakland hope to pull off a magical March run.
The Big Ten looks like it has 4 teams safely in the field, but anyone else likely needs to win this strangely-timed tournament to earn a 5th bid (and break the hearts of bubble teams everywhere)...
Bucknell once again showed why its the class of the Patriot League, dominating the conference standings from start to finish. The Bison look to punch a ticket to NCAA Tournament for the second straight season. Can anybody stop Nana Foulland and Co.?
UNC Asheville took home the regular season title for the second year in a row, but it is Winthrop who looks to repeat as the Big South representative in the NCAA Tournament. Liberty, Campbell, and Radford all look to play spoiler to the Tourney hopes of the conference favorites.
In the toughest bracket build yet, Midrange Report takes a look at the Field of 68 as of 2/16/2018!
Get your bracketology update here before the Top 16 is revealed!
3MW's latest Bubble Watch is here! Dive into the resumes of all the NCAA Tournament hopefuls at this point in the season...
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It's never too early for bracketology. Well, sometimes it is, but now is NOT that time. This is how Ky sees the Field of 68 as of 1/19/2018...
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The Southland promises to be a competitive league this season with several squads holding legitimate title hopes. Stephen F. Austin appears to be back on top of the league, while teams like Lamar, SE Louisiana, and Nicholls State look to unseat the conference power.
The Big West is wide open this season with the departure of some key All-League talent. Perennial conference contender UC Irvine and defending conference champ UC Davis look to pace the league, while traditional powers Hawaii and Long Beach State look to rebound from down years.
UNC Asheville leads a fiercely competitive Big South with its dynamic wing duo. Liberty looks to make a push for glory behind coach Ritchie McKay's pack line, Winthrop vies for a second consecutive bid to the Dance behind Xavier Cooks, and Campbell looks to build on a surprising run behind electric dynamo Chris Clemons.
Bucknell looks to assert its dominance on helpless Patriot foes behind conference Player of the Year Nana Foulland. Colgate, Boston, and Navy look to play spoiler while Lehigh tries to cope with life after Tim Kempton.
With most of Monmouth's dominating team from last season flipping over, Iona has emerged as the conference favorite in the MAAC. Former conference doormats, Niagara and Manhattan, suddenly look ready to compete, while Fairfield returns arguably the MAAC's best player.