NCAA Tournament Projections for Feb. 15

Matt BrowningContributor IFebruary 16, 2009

East(Boston)

1. Connecticut

16. Morgan State

 Philadelphia

8. LSU

9. BYU

 

5. Washington

12. Siena

Portland

4. Xavier

13. Arkansas-Little Rock

 

6. Tennessee

11. Cincinnati

Boise

3. Missouri

14. Weber State

 

7. UCLA

10. Virginia Tech

Dayton

2. Memphis

15. Jacksonville

 

South(Memphis)

1. Oklahoma

16. Morehead State

Kansas City

8. Utah

9. Wisconsin

 

5. Florida State

12. Davidson

Philadelphia

4. Villanova

13. Buffalo

 

6. California

11. San Diego State

Minneapolis

3. Marquette

14. Vermont

 

7. Butler

10. Kentucky

Greensboro

2. Duke

15. Cornell

 

Midwest(Indianapolis)

1. North Carolina

16. Radford

Greensboro

8. West Virginia

9. Minnesota

 

5. Arizona State

12. UNLV

Portland

4. Kansas

13. Northern Iowa

 

6. Syracuse

11. Utah State

Boise

3. Illinois

14. Cal State Northridge

 

7. Dayton

10. Boston College

Kansas City

2. Louisville

15. Robert Morris

 

West(Phoenix)

1. Pittsburgh

16. Sam Houston/Alabama State

Dayton

8. Arizona

9. Texas

 

5. Purdue

12. Florida

Miami

4. Wake Forest

13. Virginia Commonwealth

 

6. Ohio State

11. South Carolina

Miami

3. Clemson

14. American

 

7. Gonzaga

10. Providence

Minneapolis

2. Michigan State

15. North Dakota State

 

Breakdown

Last Four In—UNLV, Florida, Cincinnati, San Diego State

Last Four Out—USC, Michigan, Kansas State, UAB

Next Four Out—Maryland, Miami FL, Georgetown, Oklahoma State

 

Big East—9

ACC—7

Big Ten—6

Pac-10—5

SEC—5

Big 12—4

Mountain West—4

Atlantic 10—2

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