If you're like me, you eagerly anticipate the latest rounds of NCAA Bracketology to be published each week, both to scrutinize the overall field and, of course, check where the experts have your beloved team headed. In my case, that's the Texas Longhorns, who after losing on the road to Nebraska this week slipped from their surefire spot as a No. 1 seed to a more precarious tweener position.â†µ
While it's fun to click around to as many bracketologists as you can remember, what you really want to know is the consensus opinion. And thanks to the Bracket Project's aptly named "Bracket Matrix," you can do just that. The Bracket Matrix daily tracks 66 published NCAA Tournament brackets and aggregates the seeds to come up with a consensus tournament field.
It's a fantastic way to get that big picture look at how those paying attention view your team. And every other team. Bookmark it and enjoy the fluid dynamics of March Madness.