College Basketball -Projecting the Field of 68

College Basketball 

Projecting the Field of 68

2021-2022

 

This is like a shot in the dark but I am going to give my selections for the College Basketball March Madness, Field of 68. I will hit each conference and list the teams I believe will be selected. The conferences are listed in alphabetical order.Also, I am going to climb further out on the limb and tell you how far they will go in the tourney.

 

 

College Basketball Field of 68- ACC Conference

Duke- Elite Eight

North Carolina- Sweet Sixteen

Virginia- Two and Out

Notre Dame- One an Done

Louisville- Two and Out

Florida State- Two and Our

Syracuse- One and Done

Virginia Tech- Two and Out

 

College Basketball Field of 68- America East Conference

Vermont- One and done

 

College Basketball Field of 68-American Conference

Houston- Sweet Sixteen

Memphis- One and Done

*NOTE; Posted before Emoni Bstes signed but until Coach Hardaway learns to win meaningful games, this prediction stays as is

 

College Basketball Field of 68- Atlantic 10

St Bonaventure- Two and Out

Richmond- One and Done

 

College Basketball Field of 68- ASUN Conference

Liberty- One and Done

 

College Basketball Field of 68- Big 12 Conference

Kansas- Final Four

Texas- Final Four

Texas Tech- Elite Eight

Baylor- Elite Eight

West Virginia- Two and Out

Oklahoma- One and Done

*NOTE- Oklahoma State was under consideration as they returned a good chunk of PT.

 

College Basketball Field of 68- Big East Conference

Villanova- Elite Eight

UConn- Two and Out

St Johns- One and Done

 

College Basketball Field of 68- Big Sky 

Southern Utah- First Four

 

College Basketball Field of 68- Big South

Winthrop- One and Done

 

College Basketball Field of 68- Big Ten

Illinois- Sweet Sixteen

Michigan- Elite Eight

Michigan State- One and Done

Ohio State- Sweet 16

Purdue- Sweet 16

Indiana- Two and Out

Maryland- Two and Out

 

College Basketball Field of 68- Big West Conference

UC Santa Barbara- One and Done

 

College Basketball Field of 68- Colonial

Delaware- One and Done

 

College Basketball Field of 68- Conference USA

UAB- One and Done

 

College Basketball Field of 68- Horizon Conference

Wright State- One and Done

 

College Basketball Field of 68- Ivy League

Harvard- One and Done

 

College Basketball Field of 68- MAAC

Iona- One and Done

 

College Basketball Field of 68- Mac

Ohio- One and Done

College Basketball Field of 68- MEAC

Norfolk State -One and Done

 

College Basketball Field of 68- Missouri Valley

Drake- One and Done

 

College Basketball Field of 68- Mountain West

San Diego State- First Four

Colorado State- Two and Out

 

College Basketball Field of 68- Northeast

Wagner- First Four

 

College Basketball Field of 68- OVC

Belmont- One and Done

 

College Basketball Field of 68- Pac 12

UCLA- National Champions

USC- Two and Out

Oregon- Sweet Sixteen

Washington State – First Four

Arizona State- One and Done

 

College Basketball Field of 68- Patriot

Boston U- One and done

  • Note- Colgate was under serious discussion here

 

College Basketball Field of 68- SEC

Arkansas- Sweet Sixteen

Kentucky- Sweet Sixteen

Auburn- Two and Out

Tennessee- Two and Out

Miss State- One and Done

Florida- One and Done

Alabama- Two and Out

LSU- One and Done

 

 

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College Basketball Field of 68- Southern

Chattanoga- One and Done

 

College Basketball Field of 68- Southland

New Orleans- First Four

 

College Basketball Field of 68- Summit

South Dakota State- One and Done

 

College Basketball Field of 68- Sun Belt

Louisiana- One and Done

 

College Basketball Field of 68- SWAC

Prairie View A&M- First Four

 

College Basketball Field of 68- Western Athletic

New Mexico State- One and Done

 

College Basketball Field of 68- WCC

Gonzaga- Runner Up

BYU- One and Done

 

 

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That’s it! My best shot at it. Go Ahead and tear into me and give your own thoughts.

About the author– Tom Knuppel has been writing about baseball and sports for a few decades. As an avid St. Louis Cardinals fan he began with the blog CardinalsGM. Tom is a member of the United Cardinals Bloggers and the Baseball Bloggers Alliance. He also maintains the History of Cardinals website. More recently he has been busy at KnupSolutions and the primary writer of many sports at KnupSports and adds content at Sports 2.0. Tom is a retired High School English and Speech teacher and has completed over one hundred sportsbook reviews. He also can be followed on Twitter at tknup. Feel free to contact Tom at [email protected]

 

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