3/2 Men's Basketball Bracketology Breakdown

Syracuse Men's College Basketball, Tyler Ennis

Last Eight In: Providence, Minnesota, Oregon, Oklahoma State, Missouri, California, Baylor, Colorado

First Eight Out: Tennessee, St. John’s, Arkansas, Florida State, Utah, LSU, Dayton, Louisiana Tech

Despite Syracuse falling for the third time in four games, they still have a very good resume and deserve to be a #1 seed…for now at least. The fact that teams like Kansas also lost on Saturday certainly helps keep the Orange on the top line. There is still work for Coach Jim Boeheim to do. They finish the regular season at home against Georgia Tech on Tuesday and on the road against Florida State on Sunday. It depends on what happens elsewhere, but a couple wins there and a decent run in the ACC Tournament, and a three or four loss Syracuse team should be one of the four #1 seeds.


See The Men's Basketball Projected NCAA Tournament Bracket


ACC: Duke, North Carolina, Pittsburgh, Syracuse, Virginia

American: Cincinnati, Connecticut, Louisville, Memphis, SMU

Big East: Creighton, Providence, Villanova, Xavier

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

Big Ten: Iowa, Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota, Ohio State, Wisconsin

Pac-12: Arizona, Arizona State, California, Colorado, Oregon, Stanford, UCLA

SEC: Florida, Kentucky, Missouri

A-10: George Washington, Massachusetts, Saint Joseph’s, Saint Louis, VCU

CAA: Delaware

C-USA: Southern Miss

Horizon: Green Bay

MAC: Toledo

MVC: Wichita State

MWC: Boise State, New Mexico, San Diego State

WAC: New Mexico State

WCC: BYU, Gonzaga

America East: Stony Brook

A-Sun: Mercer

Big Sky: Weber State

Big South: Coastal Carolina

Big West: UC Irvine

Ivy League: Harvard

MAAC: Iona

MEAC: Norfolk State

NEC: Robert Morris

OVC: Belmont

Patriot: Boston U

Southern: Davidson

Southland: Stephen F. Austin

Summit: North Dakota State

Sun Belt: Georgia State

SWAC: Southern


See The Men's Basketball Projected NCAA Tournament Bracket