Bracketology 2013: Joe Lunardi's final bracket has Miami as 2 seed

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Even after winning the ACC Tournament, the Hurricanes are still a two seed in Joe Lunardi's final bracketology prediction.

Just hours before the NCAA Tournament seeds are announced, ESPN's Joe Lunardi has released his final bracket prediction, and despite winning the ACC Tournament, the Miami Hurricanes are a two seed.

The four top seeds are Louisville, Kansas, Indiana and Gonzaga, with Miami, Ohio State, Duke and Georgetown ending up on the two line. As for teams on the bubble, Lunardi has St. Mary's, Boise State, Middle Tennessee and La Salle as his last four in, and Tennessee as the first team out. He also thinks that Minnesota will make it, but Kentucky, Virginia, and Iowa will not.

The Big East led the way with eight bids, with the Big Ten trailing right behind them with seven. The Mountain West, Pac-12, Big 12, and Atlantic 10 each had five bids, and the ACC and SEC had four and three bids, respectively.

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