They’re short of what one month from Selection Sunday and the beginning of the 2020 NCAA competition. As they draw nearer to March Madness, NCAA’s Andy Katz has new forecasts on how the section could look.
Katz has Baylor, Kansas, Gonzaga and undefeated San Diego State as No. 1 seeds — similarly as they were in their past projections. Be that as it may, there were some other significant changes over the most recent two weeks as he anticipated groups 1 completely through 68 on the seed list.
Baylor, Kansas, Gonzaga and San Diego State additionally held the top seeds in Katz’s post-Super Bowl section. Their prior projections incorporate a preseason section in September (50 days before premiere night the previous fall), one toward the beginning of December (100 days from Selection Sunday) and one in mid-January (around two months from Selection Sunday).
NCAA forecasts: Andy Katz’s projections for the 2020 competition section
No. 1 seeds: Baylor, Kansas, Gonzaga, San Diego State
Since Katz’s last bracketology update, their No. 1 seeds have been rolling. Baylor, Kansas, Gonzaga and San Diego State have won a joined 79 games in succession. Here’s the manner by which predominant the four have been:
- Kansas’ 11-game series of wins is the briefest of the four, with KU most as of late losing on Jan. 11…to Baylor
- The four have lost only twice since Dec. 1: Kansas to Villanova on Dec. 21 and Kansas to Baylor.
- Baylor’s solitary misfortune was toward the beginning of November (Nov. 8) to Washington
- Gonzaga’s solitary misfortune was the day in the wake of Thanksgiving (Nov. 29)
- San Diego State, obviously, is the last undefeated group
However, there could be development on the top line. AP No. 1 Baylor plays AP No. 3 Kansas at 12 p.m. ET on Saturday in Waco, Texas.
A ton has changed since the NCAA DI Men’s Basketball Selection Committee declared its in-season top-16 rundown on Saturday, Feb. 8 (they took a gander at games through Friday, Feb. 7).
Katz’s No. 1 seeds are the equivalent, however there is development somewhere else. Here are his greatest risers over the most recent two weeks.
Arizona State: Up 18 spots on the seed list from 47 to 29 (presently a No. 8 seed)
- Creighton: Up 13 spots from 22 to 9 (presently a No. 3 seed)
- Virginia: Up 9 spots from 44 to 35 (presently a No. 9 seed)
- Houston: Up 8 spots from 39 to 31 (presently a No. 8 seed)
- Kentucky: Up 7 spots from 17 to 10 (presently a No. 3 seed)
- Marquette: Up 7 spots from 26 to 19 (presently a No. 5 seed)
Of the groups in Katz’s past section, Arizona State and Creighton made the most elevated trips. The Sun Devils have vanquished USC, Stanford, California and current AP No. 14 Oregon since the in-season uncover. Arizona State has won six of every a column generally to find a good pace (9-4 Pac-12).
For Creighton, however it lost to Providence on Feb. 5 in its last game before the in-season uncover, the Bluejays haven’t lost since. Creighton has vanquished St. John’s, at that point AP No. 10 Seton Hall, DePaul and current No. 19 Marquette to find a good pace by and large and 10-4 in the Big East.
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