3/14/21 Final Bracket

REGION 1REGION 2REGION 3REGION 4
1. Gonzaga1. Baylor1. Illinois1. Michigan
2. Ohio St.2. Iowa2. Houston2. Alabama
3. Arkansas3. Virginia3. Kansas3. Texas
4. Oklahoma St.4. Purdue4. Creighton4. Villanova
5. Loyola-Chicago5. Florida St.5. West Virginia5. Tennessee
6. Colorado6. LSU6. San Diego St.6. USC
7. Texas Tech7. BYU7. Wisconsin7. Saint Bonaventure
8. North Carolina8. Connecticut8. Oregon8. Georgia Tech
9. Florida9. Rutgers9. Clemson9. Oklahoma
10. Virginia Tech10. VCU10. Missouri10. Maryland
11. Michigan St.11. UCLA11. Drake/Louisville11. Syracuse/Utah St.
12. Winthrop12. Georgetown12. UC Santa Barbara12. Colgate
13. Oregon St.13. Liberty13. North Texas13. Abilene Christian
14. Grand Canyon14. Morehead St.14. UNC Greensboro14. Ohio
15. Eastern Washington15. Iona15. Drexel15. Cleveland St.
16. Texas Southern/Appalachian St.16. Hartford/Norfolk St.16. Mount St. Mary’s16. Oral Roberts

Last 4 byes: VCU, Virginia Tech, Michigan St., UCLA

Last 4 in: Syracuse, Drake, Utah St., Saint Louis

First 4 out: Saint Louis, Duke, Ole Miss, Colorado St.

2/28/21 bracket

Region 1Region 2Region 3Region 4
1. Gonzaga 1. Michigan1. Baylor1. Illinois
2. Ohio St.2. Houston2. Iowa2. Alabama
3. West Virginia3. Kansas3. Arkansas3. Villanova
4. Virginia4. Creighton4. Purdue4. Florida St.
5. Wisconsin5. Colorado5. USC5. Texas
6. Florida6. Clemson6. Texas Tech6. BYU
7. Oklahoma St.7. Tennessee7. Loyola-Chicago7. Rutgers
8. LSU8. San Diego St.8. Saint Bonaventure8. Oklahoma
9. UCLA9. Connecticut9. Maryland9. Oregon
10. Louisville10. Georgia Tech10. North Carolina10. Virginia Tech
11. Xavier11. Drake11. Seton Hall/Michigan St.11. VCU
12. UC Santa Barbara12. Toledo12. Wichita St.12. Indiana/Boise St.
13. Western Kentucky13. Winthrop13. Wright St.13. Belmont
14. South Dakota St.14. Navy14. UNC Greensboro14. Liberty
15. Eastern Washington15. Sienta15. Bryant15. UMBC
16. Texas St./North Carolina A&T16. Prairie View A&M/Nicholls16. Grand Canyon16. James Madison

2/16 Bracket

WESTSOUTHMIDWESTEAST
1. Gonzaga 1. Baylor1. Michigan 1. Ohio St.
2. Virginia2. Illinois2. Houston 2. Alabama
3. Iowa3. Villanova3. Oklahoma3. West Virginia
4. Texas Tech4. USC4. Tennessee4. Texas
5. Creighton5. Missouri5. Kansas5. Florida St.
6. Arkansas6. Virginia Tech6. Purdue6. Wisconsin
7. Rutgers7. BYU7. LSU7. Colorado
8. Louisville8. Florida8. Clemson8. Loyola-Chicago
9. San Diego St.9. Drake9. VCU9. Oklahoma St.
10. Oregon10. Saint Louis10. Xavier10. Seton Hall
11. North Carolina11. Minnesota/Colorado St. (play-in)11. UCLA11. Saint Bonaventure
12. Western Kentucky12. Colgate12. Utah St.12. Boise St./Connecticut (play-in)
13. UC Santa Barbara13. Belmont13. Winthrop13. Toledo
14. UNC Greensboro14. Liberty14. Abilene Christian14. Wright St.
15. Grand Canyon15. Siena15. Eastern Washington15. UMBC
16. North Dakota St./North Carolina A&T (play-in)16. Prairie View A&M/Mount St. Mary’s (play-in)16. Texas St.16. James Madison

The Arizona Wildcats are your 2020 What-If Tournament Champs!

(1) Kansas 72-77 (7) Arizona

In a tournament with so many unexpected results, it somehow makes sense that a 7 seed would go on a run to win the whole thing. After taking down Oklahoma, Florida St., Seton Hall, and Liberty on their way to Atlanta, the high-scoring Wildcats outshot both Iowa and Kansas in order to cut down the nets. Their two standout freshmen led the way, with Nico Mannion leading all scorers with 26 points, and Zeke Nnaji contributing 17 points and 18 rebounds. Kansas stayed in the game until the end, but shaky outside shooting (5-23 from 3) proved costly. The only thing left to say is…CONFERENCE OF CHAMPIONS!!!

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