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May 20, 2013

Chasing Omaha Regional Projections – 5/20/2013

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Every week, our co-founder and publisher, Craig Amick, will release his regional projections. These projections are a snap-shot of what the bracket might look like if it were released today based on the criteria that the NCAA Tournament Committee uses to build the field of 64 in June. These projections are not a prediction of what the bracket will look like in June, so every week we will get closer and closer to the final picture.

The national seeds have a number next to them in parenthesis and the projected super regional match-ups are side-by-side. Projected conference champions are in italics, an asterisk indicates a team that’s earned an automatic bid.

Please post any questions or comments below or send a tweet to Craig at @craigamick_co.

We’ll have new projections Friday and Sunday this week.

 

Last Four In:  Oklahoma, UC Irvine, San Diego, North Florida

First Four Out:  South Florida, San Francisco, Arizona, Pittsburgh

 

Nashville Regional Clemson Regional
1 Vanderbilt (1) 1 Clemson
2 Mercer 2 Auburn
3 Austin Peay 3 Campbell
4 Illinois State 4 Columbia *
Eugene Regional Manhattan Regional
1 Oregon (8) 1 Kansas State
2 Rice 2 Arkansas
3 Illinois 3 New Mexico
4 Maine 4 South Dakota State
Chapel Hill Regional Starkville Regional
1 North Carolina (4) 1 Mississippi State
2 UNC-Wilmington 2 Troy
3 Seton Hall 3 Sam Houston State
4 Delaware State 4 Savannah State *
Corvallis Regional Bloomington Regional
1 Oregon State (5) 1 Indiana
2 Virginia Tech 2 Oklahoma State
3 UC Irvine 3 Bryant
4 Gonzaga 4 Kent State
Baton Rouge Regional Los Angeles Regional
1 LSU (3) 1 UCLA
2 Louisiana-Lafayette 2 Cal Poly
3 Houston 3 San Diego
4 Tennessee Tech 4 Holy Cross
Fullerton Regional Raleigh Regional
1 Cal State Fullerton (6) * 1 North Carolina State
2 Arizona State 2 Alabama
3 Florida Atlantic
3 Western Carolina
4 Cal State Bakersfield 4 Rider
Charlottesville Regional Columbia Regional
1 Virginia (2) 1 South Carolina
2 Mississippi 2 Miami (Fla)
3 William & Mary 3 Coastal Carolina
4 Army * 4 Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Tallahassee Regional Louisville Regional
1 Florida State (7) 1 Louisville
2 South Alabama 2 Georgia Tech
3 North Florida 3 Oklahoma
4 Jackson State * 4 St. Louis


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2 Comments


  1. Andy Noonan

    Bryant is going to have a busy time playing in both Bloomington and Fullerton. That might tax the bullpen.


    • There are lots of corrections that I had to make to this projection. The Moore tornado was bearing down on the city and I did it too quickly. Today’s should be much cleaner.



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