BRACKETOGRAPHY HOME


FANS SINCE 3/3/02
1 Connecticut
16 Monmouth v Southern
8 Kentucky
9 Northern Iowa
philadelphia
5 Washington
12 Michigan
4 Boston College
13
Winthrop (Big South)
san diego
3 Gonzaga (WCC)
14 Montana (Big Sky)
6 Geo. Wash.
11 San Diego St (MWC)
salt lake city

7 Indiana
10 Cincinnati
2 North Carolina
15 Pennsylvania (Ivy)

greensboro
 
1 Duke (ACC)
16 Belmont (A Sun)
8 Wisconsin
9 Southern Illinois (MVC)
greensboro
5 Syracuse (Big East)
12 Xavier (A-10)
4 Florida (SEC)
13 Wis.-Mil. (Horizon)
jacksonville
3 Pittsburgh
14 Murray State (OVC)
6 Oklahoma
11 California
detroit

7 Marquette
10 Bradley
2 Illinois
15 Albany (A East)

dayton
 
1 Villanova
16 Hampton (MEAC)
8 Arkansas
9 UAB
philadelphia
5 Kansas (Big XII)
12 Missouri State
4 Iowa (Big Ten)
13 Kent State (MAC)
detroit
3 LSU
14 So. Alabama (S Belt)
6 Michigan State
11 Seton Hall
jacksonville
7 Nevada (WAC)
10 Arizona
2 Texas
15 Pacific (Big West)
dallas
 
1 Memphis (CUSA)
16 Oral Roberts (MCC)
8 UNC Wilmington (CAA)
9 NC State
dallas
5 West Virginia
12 Texas A&M
4 Tennessee
13 Iona (MAAC)
salt lake city
3 UCLA (Pac-10)
14 NW State (Southland)
6 Georgetown
11 Bucknell (Patriot)
san diego
7 Wichita State
10 Alabama
2 Ohio State
15 Davidson (SoCon)
dayton
FINAL BRACKET OF 2006 03/12/06 (2:30 pm PT).

It was a downright awful year for Bracketography (as it was for just about everyone else). I'm not making any excuses.

TEAMS SELECTED: 62/65 (31/34 at-large)
EXACT SEEDS: 30/65 SEEDS WITHIN ONE LINE: 47/65

THANK YOU to the 175,000+ fans who visited Bracketography.com in 2005-2006. Hope to see you all back next year.

LAST FOUR IN: California, Texas A&M, Missouri State, Michigan
LAST FOUR OUT:
Hofstra, Geo. Mason, Creighton, Florida State
NEXT FOUR OUT:
Maryland, South Carolina, St. Joseph's, Colorado
OTHERS CONSIDERED: Utah St, AFA, BYU, UTEP, WKU, Houston

 

NCAA TOURNAMENT RESOURCES

2005-2006 Conference Realignment
2005-2006 NCAA Selection Committee
Future Sites and Dates of the NCAA Tournament

Welcome to the leading source for NCAA Tournament seeding projections.