Bracketology and such…


This section is where you will be able to view One Man Committee’s Bracketology and all of the continuous bracket projections for the 2022 NCAA Tournament.

As expected, this bracket will be heavily updated over the course of the next few days and weeks to better reflect the realistic likelihood of this year’s tournament as chosen by the NCAA Selection Committee.

At the conclusion of the First Four, we will then enter into the full field of the 2022 NCAA Tournament.

Last Updated: Mar. 13, 2022 AT 5:35PM EST FINAL

WEST Texas Southern vs. Texas A&M CC
EAST Bryant vs. Wright St.
SOUTH  Wyoming vs. Notre Dame
SOUTH Indiana vs. Texas A&M


Portland   San Diego
1) Gonzaga   1) Arizona
16) Texas So./Texas A&M CC   16) CS-Fullerton
8) TCU   8) Seton Hall
9) San Diego St.   9) North Carolina
Buffalo   Milwaukee
5) UConn   5) Houston
12) UAB   12) Wyoming/Notre Dame
4) Arkansas   4) Illinois
13) Chattanooga   13) Akron
San Diego   Pittsburgh
6. Alabama   6) Texas
11) Michigan   11) Indiana/Texas A&M
3) Texas Tech   3) Duke
14) Montana St.   14) Delaware
Greenville   Pittsburgh
7) USC   7) Michigan St.
10) Iowa St.   10) San Francisco
2) Tennessee   2) Villanova
15) Colgate   15) Yale
Fort Worth   Fort Worth
1) Baylor   1) Kansas
16) Bryant/Wright St.   16) Norfolk St.
8) Marquette   8) Murray St.
9) Memphis   9) Creighton
Buffalo   Portland
5) Iowa   5) St. Mary’s
12) Richmond   12) South Dakota St.
4) Providence   4) UCLA
13) Vermont   13) New Mexico St.
Indianapolis   Milwaukee
6) LSU   6) Colorado St.
11) Davidson   11) Miami (FL)
3) Purdue   3) Wisconsin
14) Saint Peter’s   14) Longwood
Greenville   Indianapolis
7) Boise St.   7) Ohio St.
10) Virginia Tech   10) Loyola Chicago
2) Auburn   2) Kentucky
15) Jacksonville St.   15) Georgia St.

Last Four IN:
Indiana, Texas A&M, Wyoming, Notre Dame

First Four OUT: Oklahoma, Xavier, SMU, VCU

Multi-Bid Conference Breakdown:

Big Ten (8): Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Purdue, Wisconsin

SEC (7): Tennessee, Alabama, Auburn, Arkansas, Kentucky, LSU, Texas A&M

Big East (6): Villanova, Connecticut, Creighton, Marquette, Providence, Seton Hall

Big 12 (6): Kansas, Baylor, Iowa State, Texas, Texas Tech, TCU

ACC (5): Virginia Tech, Duke, Miami (FL), North Carolina, Notre Dame

Mountain West (4): Boise St., Colorado St., San Diego St., Wyoming

West Coast (3): Gonzaga, Saint Mary’s, San Francisco

Pac-12 (3): Arizona, UCLA, USC

American (2): Houston, Memphis

Atlantic 10 (2): Richmond, Davidson