NCAA Bracket Projections 2013: Kentucky Safe For Now
We just updated the site to reflect our latest 2013 NCAA bracket projections through games played on March 13th. These bracket projections are based on the algorithmic models at TeamRankings.com, and also account for the specific rules for seeding set forth by the NCAA selection committee.
Notes On Today’s 2013 NCAA Bracket Projections:
- Kentucky and Wichita State continue to improve in our 2013 NCAA bracket projections. Kentucky has moved from the play-in game to an 11-seed, while Whichita St has gone from out of the tournament to a 10-seed in a matter of days.
- Saint Louis is now a protected top -4 seed, and could very well play its first two tournament games in the state of Missouri.
- In the MEAC, favorites Norfolk St and NC-Central both lost in the quarterfinals last night, and our bracket projections now predict Savannah St to grab the auto-bid.
- Once again, no changes to the top of the bracket, but with the major conference tournaments finally getting underway that could change soon.
As always, every effort was made to adhere to the committee’s seeding rules for this latest bracket projection, but if you spot something we’ve missed please let us know.