NCAA Seeds, According to Basketball Prospectus

11 of Pomeroy’s top 16 teams are still alive. Stanford knocked out Marquette, and Wisconsin knocked out Kansas State.

In the field are Arizona State, Nebraska, Virginia Tech, New Mexico, Ohio State, Florida, Syracuse, and Illinois. Out are St. Mary’s, BYU, Vanderbilt, Oklahoma, Villanova, Kentucky, South Alabama, and St. Joseph’s.

Mount St. Mary’s is way better than Mississippi Valley State – the only non-conference games Mississippi Valley State won were against Division II opponents. I know the committee doesn’t want to match up the two reps from historically black colleges, but in this case they were worse than the other 16 seeds.

Midwest
1 Kansas
16 Miss Valley St/Coppin St

8 Ohio St
9 New Mexico

5 Texas A&M
12 Georgia

4 Kansas St
13 Oral Roberts

6 UConn
11 Illinois

3 Dook
14 Boise St.

7 Indiana
10 Syracuse

2 Georgetown
15 Cornell

South
1 Memphis
16 Austin Peay

8 Davidson
9 Florida

5 Arizona
12 W. Kentucky

4 Mich St
13 CS Fullerton

6 USC
11 UNLV

3 Marquette
14 San Diego

7 Nebraska
10 Oregon

2 UNC
15 American

West
1 UCLA
16 Tx Arlington

8 Butler
9 Mississippi St

5 Xavier
12 Kent St

4 Clemson
13 George Mason

6 Purdue
11 Miami FL

3 Texas
14 Portland St

7 Notre Dame
10 Arkansas

2 Louisville
15 UMBC

East
1 Wisconsin
16 Mt. St. Mary’s

8 Gonzaga
9 Virginia Tech

5 West Virginia
12 Temple

4 Tennessee
13 Siena

6 Pittsburgh
11 Baylor

3 Stanford
14 Winthrop

7 Drake
10 Arizona St

2 Washington St
15 Belmont

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