Bracketology: Kentucky and Syracuse Battling for No. 1 Overall Seed

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Bracketology: Kentucky and Syracuse Battling for No. 1 Overall Seed
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This bracketology will evaluate teams based on how they have performed up to this point in the season. It will not factor in how they are projected to do in the rest of the season.

A conference in parentheses next to a team indicates a team that would have an automatic bid as a conference champion. So far, no team has actually earned an automatic bid.

With the 68-team format, there will be four play-in games. There will be two play-in games for the bottom four at-large teams and two play-in games for the bottom four conference tournament winners who earned automatic bids.

In the bracket, the winner of the South Region plays the winner of the West Region and the winner of the Midwest Region plays the winner of the East Region.

The South Region and the West Region hold the overall No. 1 and No. 4 seeds, respectively. The East Region and Midwest Region hold the overall No. 2 and No. 3 seeds, respectively.

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