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Villanova returns to No. 1 in the renewed AP Top 25 survey – CollegeBasketballTalk



Talk about your wild weekends. In the wake of turbulence, turmoil and general chaos, here is a question worth asking … What equipment, if any, will emerge as clear seeds number 1? In most years, we can quote at least one or two of those teams in early January. This year? Not that much. As it is now, even the best teams have faults, which means that there is a legitimate race ahead for the coveted first four spots on the seed list.

West Virginia took the serve on Saturday against Oklahoma and, for now, sits on top of the South Region. The mountaineer is joined by Villanova (East), Oklahoma (Midwest) and Xavier (West) in a line. When a group of grouped teams loses, sometimes a good loss (or an acceptable one) allows the status quo. Either way, think about the seed list this morning in the same way you do with the weather. I do not like it very much? Give him one or two days; It is likely to change.

UPDATED: January 8, 2018

FIRST FOUR COUPLES: Dayton (First round)

  • Providence vs. Louisville | East Region
  • Minnesota vs. Houston | Western Region
  • SE LOUISIANA vs. NC A & T | East Region
  • TX-SOUTHERN vs. PENN | West Region

BRACKET PROJECTION

EAST Boston SUR Atlanta
Pittsburgh Pittsburgh
1) Villanova 1) WEST VIRGINIA
16) NC A & T / SE LOUISIANA 16) BUCKNELL
8) Michigan 8) State of Ohio
9) Miami-FL 9) Washington
Boise San Diego
5) Cincinnati 5) AUBURN
12) BUFFALO 12) LOUISIANA
4) TCU 4) Clemson
13) VERMONT 13) FURMAN [19659026] ] Detroit Nashville
6) Florid a [19] 459007] 6) Kentucky
11) Providence / Louisville 11) SMU
3) State of Michigan 3) SETON HALL
14) WILLIAM & MARY 14) MURRAY STATE
Charlotte [19659016] Charlotte [19659017] 7) Tennessee 7) RHODE ISLAND
10) Maryland 10) Baylor
2) VIRGINIA 2) Duke
15) JINETE 15) RADFORD
WEST – Los Angeles [19659014] MIDWEST – Omaha
Detroit Wichita
1) XAVIER 1) Oklahoma
16) TX-SOUTHERN / PENN 16) ROBERT MORRIS
8) Arkansas 8) Butler
9) UCLA 9) Notre Dame
Boise Wichita
5) GONZAGA 5) ARIZONA
12) NEW MEXICO ST 12 ) WESTERN KENTUCKY
4) Kansas 4) North Carolina
13) SOUTH DAKOTA ST [19659016] 13) LIPSCOMB
Dallas Dallas
6) Creighton 6) State of Florida
11) Minnesota / Houston 11) Marquette
3) Texas Tech 3) STATE OF WICHITA
14) UC-DAVIS 14) DRAKE [19659026] San Diego Nashville
7) NEVADA 7) Texas AM [19659017] 10) Georgia 10) Texas
2) State of Arizona 2) PURDUE [19659017] 15) MONTANA STATE 15) WRIGHT STATE

NOTES in the SUPPORT: Villanova is the number one seed in general, followed by West Virginia, Oklahoma and Xavier

The last four Byes ( in general ): Maryland, Georgia, Marquette, SMU

The last four EN ( in general ]): Providence, Louisville, Minnesota, Houston

First four OUT ( in general ): St. Bonaventure, Missouri, Syracuse, Alabama

Next four TEAMS OUT (in general): Saint Mary & # 39; s , Boston College, LSU, UCF

Breakdown by Conference …

ACC (8): VIRGINIA Duke, Carolina North, Clemson, State of Florida, Miami-FL, Notre Dame, Louisville

SEC (7): AUBURN Kentucky, Texas AM, Florida, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia [19659002] BIG 12 (7): OKLAHOMA West Virginia, TCU, Texas Tech, Kansas, Texas, Baylor

Big 10 (6): PURDUE, State of Michigan, State of Ohio, Michigan, Maryland, Minnesota

Big East (6): SETON HALL Xavier, Villanova, Creighton, Butler , Providence

Pac 12 (4): ARIZONA State of Arizona, UCLA, Washington

United States (4): STATUS OF WICHITA, Cincinnati, SMU , Houston

Atlantic 10 (1): RHODE ISLAND

Mountain West (1): NEVADA

West Coast (1): GONZAGA [19659002] ONE BID LEAGUES: State of Missouri (MVC) Rider (MAAC), Western Ketucky (C-USA), Louisiana (SBELT), Penn (IVY), State of Montana (BSKY), Wright State (HORIZON), SE Louisiana (SLND), Furman (STHN), UC-Davis (BWEST), Buffalo (MAC), Lipscomb (ASUN)), Belmont (OVC), William & Mary (CAA), Radford (BSO) , North Carolina A & T (MEAC), State of South Dakota (SUM), E State of New Mexico (WAC), Vermont (AEAST), Bucknell (PAT), Robert Morris (NEC), Texas- Southern (SWAC)


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