1/04 Women's Basketball Bracketology Breakdown

Michigan State Women's College Basketball

Last Eight In: Tulane, George Washington, South Florida, Michigan State, Oklahoma, Vanderbilt, Washington State, Oklahoma State

First Eight Out: Ohio State, Northwestern, Gonzaga, Arkansas, Fresno State, Kansas State, Virginia, Colorado

With most conferences at least a game or two into league play, we are beginning to find out who is for real and who is not. The Big Ten is off to a bit of a surprising start. Relatively highly regarded teams like Nebraska and Michigan State have yet to win a conference game. And squads like Minnesota and Northwestern have continued to play well after strong, and relatively easy, non-conference slates. Michigan State faces off against Nebraska on Thursday night and the loser of that contest could be all but out of the conference race.


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ACC: Duke, Florida State, Louisville, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Syracuse

American: Connecticut, South Florida, Tulane

Big East: DePaul, Seton Hall, St. John’s

Big 12: Baylor, Iowa State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas, West Virginia

Big Ten: Iowa, Maryland, Michigan State, Minnesota, Nebraska, Rutgers

Pac-12: Arizona State, California, Oregon State, Stanford, USC, Washington, Washington State

SEC: Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi State, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt

A-10: Dayton, George Washington

CAA: James Madison

C-USA: Western Kentucky

Horizon: Green Bay

MAC: Ohio

MVC: Wichita State

MWC: Colorado State

WCC: Saint Mary’s

America East: Albany

A-Sun: Florida Gulf Coast

Big Sky: North Dakota

Big South: Winthrop

Big West: Long Beach State

Ivy League: Penn

MAAC: Marist

MEAC: Hampton

NEC: Bryant

OVC: Tennessee-Martin

Patriot: Army

Southern: Chattanooga

Southland: Stephen F. Austin

Summit: South Dakota State

Sun Belt: Arkansas State

SWAC: Southern

WAC: CSU Bakersfield


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