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May 25, 2012

Chasing Omaha Regional Projections 5/25/2012

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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.

As we get closer to the end of the season, this projection will come at the beginning of the weeks, and multiple times in the final week.

The national seeds have a number next to them in parenthesis and the projected super regional matchups are side-by-side. Projected conference champions are in italics.

This week, we’ll post projections Monday, Friday and Sunday before the hosts are released.

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

 

Last Four In: Wichita State, Indiana State, Samford, Texas

First Four Out:  Gonzaga, Elon, Washington, Tulane

 

Talahassee Regional Tuscon Regional
1 Florida State (1) 1 Arizona
2 Mississippi 2 New Mexico State
3 Florida Atlantic 3 Georgia Tech
4 Prairie View A&M 4 Stony Brook
Columbia Regional Charlottesville Regional
1 South Carolina (8) 1 Virginia
2 Appalachian State 2 East Carolina
3 Michigan State 3 College of Charleston
4 Austin Peay 4 Army
Los Angeles Regional College Station Regional
1 UCLA (4) 1 Texas A&M
2 San Diego 2 Dallas Baptist
3 Clemson 3 Sam Houston State
4 Fresno State 4 St. Louis
Baton Rouge Regional Raleigh Regional
1 LSU (5) 1 NC State
2 Oregon State 2 Vanderbilt
3 SE Louisiana 3 UNC-Wilmington
4 UAB 4 Cornell
Gainesville Regional Palo Alto Regional
1 Florida (2) 1 Stanford
2 Central Florida 2 Cal State Fullerton
3 Samford 3 Wake Forest
4 Bethune-Cookman 4 Canisius
Waco Regional Houston Regional
1 Baylor (7) 1 Rice
2 TCU 2 Arkansas
3 Wichita State 3 Missouri State
4 Oral Roberts 4 Kent State
Eugene Regional Gary Regional
1 Oregon (3) 1 Purdue
2 Pepperdine 2 Oklahoma
3 Texas 3 Louisville
4 Sacred Heart 4 Valparaiso
Chapel Hill Regional Lexington Regional
1 North Carolina (6) 1 Kentucky
2 Mississippi State 2 Miami
3 Coastal Carolina 3 Indiana State
4 Creighton 4 Belmont


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2 Comments


  1. jeff

    Craig it was just reported on ESPN2 that Miami got to host over top of Kentucky, how is that possible? Not only do they have a higher RPI then Miami, but they beat Florida one time in three game which Miami was swept by Florida, they had a better record in a conference that dominated the conference that Miami is in how can this be justified?



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