2/15 Men's Basketball Bracketology Breakdown

Arkansas Men's College Basketball

Last Eight In: Illinois, BYU, Temple, Boise State, Cincinnati, St. John’s, Rhode Island, Colorado State

First Eight Out: George Washington, Xavier, UCLA, Tulsa, Wyoming, Saint Mary’s, Seton Hall, Oregon

As much as the SEC is being dominated by one team, it now looks like the conference will get six teams into the NCAA Tournament. Before the 2014-2015 campaign began, many expected just two or three teams to join Kentucky in the big dance. And one of those was supposed to be Florida, but they have no shot at an at-large bid. Arkansas are the clear #2 team in the conference right now following their thrilling 71-70 win over Ole Miss on Saturday. The Rebels are still looking good despite that home stumble, but cannot afford to lose any more home games. Texas A&M, LSU and Georgia are in at this point as well and we project them to stay that way too.


See The Men's Basketball Projected NCAA Tournament Bracket


ACC: Duke, Louisville, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Pittsburgh, Virginia

American: Cincinnati, SMU, Temple

Big East: Butler, Georgetown, Providence, St. John’s, Villanova

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

Big Ten: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan State, Ohio State, Wisconsin

Pac-12: Arizona, Stanford, Utah

SEC: Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU, Mississippi, Texas A&M

A-10: Dayton, Rhode Island, VCU

CAA: Northeastern

C-USA: Louisiana Tech

Horizon: Valparaiso

MAC: Toledo

MVC: Northern Iowa, Wichita State

MWC: Boise State, Colorado State, San Diego State

WCC: BYU, Gonzaga

America East: Albany

A-Sun: Florida Gulf Coast

Big Sky: Eastern Washington

Big South: High Point

Big West: UC Davis

Ivy League: Harvard

MAAC: Iona

MEAC: North Carolina Central

NEC: St. Francis Brooklyn

OVC: Murray State

Patriot: Bucknell

Southern: Wofford

Southland: Stephen F. Austin

Summit: South Dakota State

Sun Belt: Georgia Southern

SWAC: Texas Southern

WAC: New Mexico State


See The Men's Basketball Projected NCAA Tournament Bracket