Valparaiso did its best to not let the bittersweet that others feel for them show Tuesday night when the small-town Horizon League school invaded Madison Square Garden and eventually took down slightly larger BYU 72-70 after nearly blowing a big lead in the NIT semifinals. We cover almost exclusively mid-majors here at Big Apple Buckets, […]
Now that we’re on the morning of Selection Sunday, I wanted to share some thoughts about the current bracket and NIT selection.
Note: Completely new bracket coming on Sunday. But… I’ve made some tweaks from this bracket to the bracket that’s available on the permanent page.
There are 67 college basketball games tonight, so I wanted to make this NIT bracket was published before then.
Before we get into the bracket I just want to remind everyone that this bracket is based on an end of season projection.
Well, I broke down and LSU is currently in the NCAA tournament bracket as one of the last at-large bids.
Conference play has brought a ton of changes to the NIT bracket. The biggest drops? Northwestern, which is now out, and Georgia, which is now a seven seed.
Another year, another set of NIT bracketology. Conference season is upon us and that means we have enough data to start projecting the NCAA tournament and NIT fields.
I solicited NCAA tournament picks from our writers. Thus far four of us have been bold enough to share. If I get more I’ll add them here.
The NIT bracket looks sealed after UConn’s loss in the American Athletic Conference final. The Huskies look like they’ll be playing at home again soon though.
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