NCAA Bracket Projections 2013: Louisville Once Again a 1-Seed

by Matt Woods | March 11th, 2013

We just updated the site to reflect our latest 2013 NCAA bracket projections through games played on March 10th. 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:

  • Duke slid into the number one overall spot and Louisville climbed back to the 1-seed line in today’s NCAA bracket projections.
  • Georgetown is a 2-seed for the moment, but the Big East tournament should go a long way to deciding whether Louisville, the Hoyas, or neither grabs a 1-seed.
  • Gonzaga rose to a 2-seed this week, but the Bulldogs still have yet to project as a 1-seed this season.
  • As the only top 3 seeds from out West, either New Mexico or Gonzaga could end up with a slight home court advantage over a 1-seed in the West regional final.
  • Wichita St is projected right now, but the call there is basically a toss-up and subject to change throughout the week.
  • Our 2013 NCAA bracket projections still favor MTSU to land an at large despite the loss to FIU. Upset winners in conference tournaments could spell doom for the Blue Raiders, though.

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.

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