Sunday’s Big Ten showdown between conference heavyweights didn’t disappoint from a game play perspective.
In fact, none of the top three seeds in any region saw a change in his Bracketology, but there was plenty of movement lower in the pecking order compared to Friday’s bracket.
Here’s a look at DeCourcy’s projected brackets:
It was a tough weekend for the Lone Star State, as the Longhorns blew a big lead in a loss to West Virginia, and the Jayhawks handed the Red Raiders a second straight defeat.
The conference count for DeCourcy’s project field remains largely unchanged from last week, save for the Mountain West getting a third member, Colorado State, in place of Minnesota.
Nevertheless, the Big Ten dominates the field with nine teams, and the Big 12 stays in second with seven representatives. The ACC and SEC each have six teams in, with five apiece for the Pac-12 and Big East.
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