- NCAA tournament Bubble Watch: Updated look at the wildest bubble in years
- Behind dominance of Udoka Azubuike, Kansas should be NCAA Tournament favorite
- BYU a Final Four contender? At least one college basketball expert thinks so
- Seton Hall has extra gear that makes anything possible in March
- Shockers lose another heartbreaker to Bearcats, fall closer to NCAA Tournament bubble
- Three Reasons Texas Can Still Make the NCAA Tournament
- Unranked in preseason, these seven teams are now Final Four sleepers
- Only 11 schools still have a legit shot to snag a No. 1 seed in the 2020 NCAA Tournament
- ESPN Computer Model Sees 3 National Title Frontrunners
- San Diego State is college basketball’s last unbeaten team. Be very skeptical.
- Rutgers Is Actually Good at Basketball. No, Really.
- Bubble Banter: Virginia Basketball on the cusp with five weeks remaining
- NCAA Basketball: Gonzaga, Jalen Harris top mid-major performers
- MAC Basketball: Can the Akron Zips make noise in 2020 NCAA Tournament?
- Early 2020 NCAA Tournament Alert: Dangerous Mid-Majors
- College Basketball Power Rankings: Who’s Impressing Entering February?
- Big Ten basketball adapts well to NET ranking tool
- What did past Final Four teams look like when February started?
- UNC Basketball: Can the Tar Heels use their February schedule to make a NCAA Tournament push?
- Bracketology: Will Syracuse’s hot run result in an NCAA Tournament bid?
My definition of a Dark Horse Final Four Team: a 5+ seed team that reaches the Final Four. 83% of all Final Four teams have been seeded 1-4. Most interesting observation: three of these teams are from the East Region…
Increase your chances of winning your bracket pool by using simulation results from BracketResearch.com’s computer model. Click here to see just how amazing it is at predicting NCAA Tournament outcomes. The West Region had, by far, the most lopsided results, with one team winning 60% of the tournament simulations.
Increase your chances of winning your bracket pool by using simulation results from BracketResearch.com’s computer model that amazingly predicts NCAA Tournament outcomes. Click here to see just how amazing. The South Region is the most wide open, with five teams having at least a 10% chance to win it and advance to the Final Four.
BracketResearch.com has developed a computer model that amazingly predicts NCAA Tournament results. The model simulates the NCAA Tournament, providing results that you can use to dramatically increase your chances of winning your bracket pool. I will share simulation results in separate posts, but continue reading to see how well the model performed when I tested it on the past five tournaments.
As we head down the final stretch of the season, several teams are still in contention for receiving a 1-seed in the NCAA Tournament on Selection Sunday. One could reasonably argue that the difference in quality between 1-seeds and 2-seeds (the best 8 teams) isn’t very big. In fact, 1-seeds have faced a 2-seed in their regional final (Elite 8 game) 45 times, and the series is split 23-22 with a slight advantage to the 1-seeds. So does it really matter whether a team gets a 1-seed? Yes it does!