- Overlooked national title contender Dayton has surprisingly built an all-time elite offense
- Ranking College Basketball’s Best Potential 2020 March Madness Cinderella Teams
- BPI says these college basketball teams are better than their places in the standings
- Edwards: The Dayton Flyers are going to cut the nets down in Atlanta on April 6
- Bracketology Bubble Watch: Alabama, Syracuse rising into consideration
- Halfway home in a strange basketball season for the ACC
- March Madness: Getting to know the No. 12 seed
- Fun at Work: Super Bowl, NCAA Can Boost Staffers’ Morale
This year, I’ve gathered some bracket probabilities from other websites to compare with my calculations and so we can score them all after the fact to see whose models performed best. I was able to find predictions at the following websites:
- BR – BracketResearch.com
- SN – Sporting News
- KP –
- TPR – The Power Rank
- ESPN – ESPN’s Basketball Power Index (BPI)
- PS – PlayoffStatus.com
Summary of tips and advice to (hopefully) help you win your NCAA Tournament bracket pool/challenge/whateverContinue reading
Dark Horse Final Four Team: a 5+ seeded team that reaches the Final Four
As 83% of all Final Four teams have been seeded 1-4, the following teams have the best chances among the “longshots.”
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.
Interestingly, the model pegs the Midwest Region as a two-team race, giving a slight edge to a team that doesn’t even have Champ DNA. Check out the table below to see who might keep Kansas from taking the region…Continue reading
To win your bracket pool, you’ve gotta pick the champion correctly (in standard scoring formats). The final game is worth as much as the first 32 games combined. Good thing you’re reading this post.
Using our sweet computer model that amazingly predicts NCAA Tournament results. Read on to see this year’s most likely teams to win the NCAA Tournament.Continue reading
The most important key to winning your NCAA Tournament bracket pool is correctly picking the champion. Comparing this year’s top teams with the DNA of past champions, I’ve narrowed this list of contenders down to 6 teams. All of the following teams have the DNA of a champion. Pick one of these teams to win it all.Continue reading
As the major conference tournaments get rolling this week, remember the Quarterfinal Rule – any team that fails to advance past their conference tournament quarterfinal WILL NOT win the national championship. The Quarterfinal Rule has never been broken. I’ll update this post as top teams are eliminated before their conference semifinals.
2019 Teams Eliminated from National Title Contention
These teams meet the AP Poll rank-criteria that all but 2 of the last 30 Champions have met. Once the tournament field is finalized on Selection Sunday (3/17), we will be able to narrow this group down to the few true contenders with my Champ DNA test.
2019 Early List of Championship Contenders
- Michigan State
- North Carolina
- Virginia Tech