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  1. Bracket update: Duke still a No. 1 seed?

    Joe Lunardi

    An update after Syracuse's win over Georgetown and Duke's upset loss to Maryland. 1-SEEDS Indiana/MIDWEST Gonzaga/WEST Louisville/EAST Duke/SOUTH (falls to last No. 1 with loss) 2-SEEDS Kansas/SOUTH Miami/WEST Ohio State/EAST Georgetown...

    Blog | March 15, 2013
  2. Bracketology: Duke Blue Devils fall off the No. 1 line, and eight...

    Joe Lunardi

    This is the 'Rundown/Odds' component of Joe Lunardi's Bracketology for Jan. 31, 2011. Duke has fallen off the top line, Texas has gotten closer to a No. 1 seed, and eight new teams have arrived -- including Alabama -- while Baylor is now out.

    Story | Conversation | January 31, 2011
  3. Bracketology: Pittsburgh Panthers, Syracuse Orange deserve No. 1 ...

    Joe Lunardi

    Go deeper inside Joe Lunardi's bracketology with Tournament Odds to get a better idea how the bracket might look come Selection Sunday. This week, Syracuse and Pittsburgh take center stage with San Diego State nipping at their heels for a No. 1 seed.

    Story | Conversation | January 18, 2011
  4. Bracketology: Pittsburgh Panthers-Syracuse Orange battle with No....

    Joe Lunardi

    While Joe Lunardi's Bracketology will wait until Tuesday, Insiders get a sneak peak at the S-Curve Monday and all season long with Bracket Math. This edition's highlight? Pitt and Syracuse clash with a No. 1 seed on the line.

    Blog | Conversation | January 17, 2011
  5. Bracketology: Duke Blue Devils are no longer the No. 1 overall se...

    Joe Lunardi

    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.

    Blog | Conversation | January 14, 2011
  6. Bracketology - Joe Lunardi - Pac-10's bid situation won't stay di...

    Joe Lunardi

    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.

    Story | Conversation | January 11, 2010