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.
Joe Lunardi has a new Bracketology as of Jan. 3, and in this blog entry, he goes into deeper detail about the various RPI possibilities, impact games, and more. It's a must-read complement to the mock bracket.
Among Joe Lunardi's 37 thoughts for the new year: Kentucky will become a No. 1 NCAA tournament seed, there is no clear No. 2 team in the ACC and the Big East is set to break its record for at-large berths in the tournament.
Joe Lunardi gets a lot of e-mail. He is ESPN's resident bracketologist, after all. So when a 15-year-old trapped in the Maryland snowstorm hollers at him with a full 1-64 rundown of the 2010 NCAA tournament, he's naturally intrigued.