2: Louisville, Baylor, Wisconsin, Arizona
3: Oregon, Florida St., UCLA, West Virginia
4: Virginia, Cincinnati, Kentucky, Florida
5: Purdue, Butler, Duke, SMU
6: Xavier, Maryland, South Carolina, Creighton
7: Saint Mary's, Notre Dame, Northwestern, Iowa St.
8: Kansas St., USC, Dayton, VCU
9: Virginia Tech, Miami FL, Michigan St., Oklahoma St.
10: Arkansas, Indiana, Minnesota, California
11: Marquette, Wichita St., TCU, Syracuse, Wake Forest, Seton Hall
12: Akron, Middle Tennessee, Valparaiso, Nevada
13: UNC Wilmington, East Tennessee St., Belmont, New Mexico St.
14: Monmouth, Arkansas St., Florida Gulf Coast, Princeton
15: Vermont, UNC Asheville, Bucknell, Weber St.
16: North Dakota St., New Orleans, UC Davis, North Carolina Central
The ACC gets back to 10 teams for the first time in a couple brackets after Wake Forrest and Syracuse made the cut - though both just barely. The Deacons and Orange were joined by Seton Hall and Minnesota who both returned to the bracket after some time on the bad side of the bubble. The Pirates were my last team in, which was largely aided my Wichita State's win over Illinois State, which switched the Shockers from an at-large bid to an auto-bid, freeing up a spot.
In total on the bubble, I took Indiana, Minnesota, Cal, Marquette, TCU, Syacuse, Wake and Seton Hall over teams like Tennessee, Rhode Island, Georgia Tech, Iowa or Michigan.
Next bracket comes out Thursday, February, 9.