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  1. Bracketology: After upsetting Ohio State, Purdue jumps up to a No...

    Joe Lunardi

    With their upset of Ohio State the Boilermakers of Purdue are bounding up the bracket. Get their No. 1 seed odds as well as the latest look at the bubble with Joe Lunardi's Tournament Odds report.

    Story | Conversation | February 21, 2011
  2. Bracketology: Ohio State Buckeyes still NCAA tourney's No. 1 over...

    Joe Lunardi

    This is Joe Lunardi's "tournament odds and rundown" page. Here you can find a more detailed look at Bracketology. This week (Feb. 14, 2011), the Ohio State Buckeyes remain the No. 1 overall seed despite a loss to Wisconsin.

    Story | Conversation | February 14, 2011
  3. Bracketology: Georgetown in the running for a No. 1 seed, as of F...

    Joe Lunardi

    This is Joe Lunardi's 'tournament odds and rundown' page. Here you can find a more detailed look at Bracketology. This week (Feb. 11, 2011), the Georgetown Hoyas join the race for a No. 1 seed, while the Michigan State Spartans are back in the field.

    Story | Conversation | February 11, 2011
  4. A bigger bracket has plenty of angles to study

    Joe Lunardi

    The phone has been ringing off the hook this week, and not because we're looking at a dream (NIT!!) Final Four of UConn, Carolina, Louisville and UCLA. No, everyone is asking about possible NCAA tournament expansion. So let me lay out my long-s...

    Blog | February 04, 2010
  5. College Basketball -- Joe Lunardi: Thoughts on a potential 96-tea...

    Joe Lunardi

    Joe Lunardi examines the potential expansion of the NCAA tournament to 96 teams from all the angles. After all, a bigger bracket will have more angles than ever before.

    Blog | Conversation | February 04, 2010
  6. 2010 NCAA tournament - Joe Lunardi: The startling falls of the No...

    Joe Lunardi

    Joe Lunardi goes a bit deeper into his newest Bracketology, looking at the plummets of UNC and UConn as well as the rises of South Carolina, Cornell, New Mexico, Vandy and Charlotte. Uh, Ole Miss? That's not as good.

    Story | Conversation | January 31, 2010