Resident ESPN Bracketologist Joe Lunardi has the latest look at the NCAA tournament field, with Syracuse and Kentucky battling for the No. 1 overall seed. Plus, a pivotal weekend ahead for bubble teams.
This is Joe Lunardi's 'Rundown' file, which serves as a complement to Bracketology. For the Jan. 24 edition, nine new teams have entered the field -- including the UCLA Bruins -- and Ohio State appears the front-runner for the No. 1 overall seed.
Joe Lunardi provides a snapshot of where the bracket currently stands between editions of Bracketology. After its loss to Florida State, Duke is no longer the No. 1 overall seed and is barely clinging to the top line.
This is the "Tournament Odds/Rundown" component of Bracketology, where you learn more about Joe Lunardi's Monday postings. This week, there are 15 new arrivals (including Oklahoma State), and Kentucky has fallen off the No. 1 line.
Joe Lunardi looks deeper into his Jan. 3, 2011, Bracketology in this article. There are 10 new arrivals, and 10 off the board -- with 13 in the "also considered" category. On the No. 1 line, Kentucky looks good if it can dominate the SEC slate.
Joe Lunardi takes Bracketology even further with his Tournament Odds. Bracketology projects the bracket on that specific day, but Tournament Odds provides the likelihood your team will be dancing come Selection Sunday.
Joe Lunardi trots out the NCAA tournament odds for teams on the bubble and those clamoring for a No. 1 seed. Plus more details on who's in, who's out, who's strong, who's weak and who could use some more meat in its diet.
With a pack of middling major conference teams still finding a home in the bracket, Joe Lunardi examines the bubble and the potential of potent mid-major conferences to secure multiple bids -- including the Ivy League.
While the Pac-10 currently projects to have only one bid to the NCAA tournament, that number will likely rise before March, according to resident bracketologist Joe Lunardi. That is, if UCLA stops upsetting potential tourney teams.