< Back to front page Text size +

Sully's Court: An NCAA prediction

Posted by Joe Sullivan, Globe Staff  February 11, 2011 12:52 PM

E-mail this article

Invalid E-mail address
Invalid E-mail address

Sending your article

Joe Lunardi is the man when it comes to the NCAA Tournament. He's the original and still the best Bracketologist. He's the one who can tell which teams the selection committee is putting in the NCAA tournament. Sully's Court will be doing a difference exercise. I'm going to tell you who I think should be in the tournament at this hour (Friday, noon). We're still honoring the automatic bid system because I believe in it.

Atlantic 10 (4): Xavier, Duquesne, Richmond, Temple.
ACC (6): Duke, North Carolina, Virginia Tech, Florida State, Clemson, Boston College
Big East (10): Pitt, Notre Dame, Villanova, Georgetown, Louisville, Syracuse, UConn, West Virginia, Marquette, St. John's.
Big 10 (6): Ohio State, Purdue, Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan State, Minnesota.
Big 12 (6): Texas, Kansas, Missouri, Baylor, Texas A&M, Kansas State
CAA (2): George Mason, James Madison
Missouri Valley (2): Wichita State, Missouri State
Mountain West (3): BYU, San Diego State, New Mexico.
Pac 10 (3): Arizona, Washington, UCLA
SEC (5): Florida, Kentucky, Vanderbilt, Georgia, Alabama.

One-bid leagues (21):
America East:
Atlantic Sun: Belmont
Big Sky: Northern Colorado
Big South: Coastal Carolina
Big West: Long Beach State
Conference USA: UTEP
Horizon: Valparaiso
Ivy: Harvard
MAAC: Fairfield
MAC: Kent State
MEAC: Norfolk State
Ohio Valley: Morehead State
Patriot: Bucknell
Southern: College of Charleston
Southland: Nicholls State
SWAC: Mississippi Valley
Summit: Oakland
Sun Belt: Denver
Saint Mary's
WAC: Utah State

  • E-mail
  • E-mail this article

    Invalid E-mail address
    Invalid E-mail address

    Sending your article

    Your article has been sent.

News, analysis and commentary from the following Boston Globe and Boston.com writers:

Share on FanCred

The new social network for sports fans.
Share on Fancred
Look for updates from the following Boston Globe reporters:
  • Michael Vega
  • Mark Blaudschun
  • Nancy Marrapese-Burrell

browse this blog

by category