Bracketology: 2020 NCAA Tournament

These projections were last updated to include all results through March 11.

Learn more about the bracket, or dive right in below.

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Last Four In: UCLA, Texas, NC State, Wichita State

Whispering Distance: Arkansas, Richmond, Northern Iowa, Xavier, Stanford

Talking Distance: Purdue, Rhode Island, Mississippi State

Shouting Distance: Alabama, South Carolina, Memphis, Notre Dame

Bracket Notes

Coming soon!

Bids by conference:

Big Ten — 10

Big East — 6

Pac 12 — 6

Big 12 — 6

ACC — 5

SEC — 4

WCC — 3

AAC — 3

MW — 2

Nuts and Bolts

The bracket holds 32 automatic bids for conference champions (noted with their conference next to their name), and the remaining 36 are at-large selections. I am evaluating teams on how they have performed to this point in the season without projecting how they will perform in remaining games.

As of now, conference champions have been determined using KenPom projections. Once conference tournaments begin, I will go by the highest remaining seed in each conference.

In today’s bracket, Kansas is the No. 1 overall seed in the Midwest, followed by Baylor in the South, Gonzaga in the West, and Dayton in the East. The Final Four matchups would be Kansas vs. Dayton, and Baylor vs. Gonzaga.

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Author: Jesse Kramer

Jesse Kramer is the founder of The Catch and Shoot. He's a graduate of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. He has had work featured on SI.com, College Insider, The Comeback/Awful Announcing, and 247Sports.

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