Bracketology 2014

2014 NCAA bracket predictions and projections from around the SB Nation network.

EBS: Boise State can commence sweating

The Broncos did themselves no favors in the virtual eyes of the Easy Bubble Solver with their loss to San Diego State on Wednesday, while Kentucky and Virginia continue to avoid the dreaded "last four in" status.

Cal basketball clinging to the bubble?

The California Golden Bears men's basketball team might be into the NCAA tournament, but hardly anything is certain.



Seven spots for 10 bubble teams, basically.

Are We Sure That Oregon Is Safely In The NCAAs?


Many Oregon fans believe that the Ducks are safely in the NCAA Tournament regardless of tonight's result. Those fans may be wrong.

Bracketology: Now things get interesting

Bucknell clinched the only automatic bid on offer on Wednesday night, while Cincinnati and Villanova took major steps toward earning an at-large. As the major conference tournaments really get started today, more teams get the chance to do the same.

EBS: Small changes around the NCAA tourney bubble

The Easy Bubble Solver takes its latest peek at the NCAA tournament field of 68, where the Kentucky Wildcats, Virginia Cavaliers and Villanova Wildcats all are holding steady in the field.

Pitt a No. 5 seed in latest Bracketology rankings


The Panthers came in as a 5-seed in Joe Lunardi's bracket on Tuesday

Bracketology: Michigan, MSU tabbed as 3, 4 seeds


Michigan and Michigan State should both earn high seedings in the NCAA Tournament, but a good showing in the Big Ten Tournament this week could help either school improve.

Bracketology: How Far Can Orange Jump At The BET?

Things may not look great heading into the final Big East Tournament for the Syracuse Orange, but there's still a lot to play for; including a big jump in NCAA Tournament seedings.

Bracketology: Duke, Indiana projected top seeds


Which four schools will claim the No. 1 seeds on Selection Sunday? Duke and Indiana are on the right track.

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