Wednesday, March 11th

Games Played through Tuesday, March 10th

1. Kansas, Gonzaga, Baylor, Dayton
2. San Diego State, Villanova, Florida State, Creighton
3. Maryland, Duke, Seton Hall, Michigan State
4. Kentucky, Oregon, Louisville, Ohio State
5. Butler, Auburn, Wisconsin, West Virginia
6. Penn State, BYU, Colorado, Virginia
7. Illinois, Iowa, St. Mary’s, Michigan
8. Marquette, Arizona, Florida, Providence
9. Houston, LSU, Arizona State, Texas Tech
10. USC, Xavier, Rutgers, Indiana
11. East Tennessee State, Utah State, Oklahoma, Stanford, UCLA
12. Richmond, Cincinnati, Yale, Stephen F. Austin, Liberty
13. Vermont, Akron, North Texas, New Mexico State
14. Bradley, Hofstra, Colgate, Belmont
15. Eastern Washington, UC Irvine, Little Rock, North Dakota State
16. Winthrop, Northern Kentucky, Siena, Robert Morris, Prairie View A&M, North Carolina Central


Last Four In: Stanford, UCLA, Richmond, Cincinnati
First Four Out: NC State, Texas, Northern Iowa, Wichita State
Next Four Out: Mississippi State, Purdue, Tennessee, Memphis


Also Considered (In Order): Oklahoma State, Arkansas, Rhode Island

Sunday, March 8th

Games Played through Saturday, March 7th

1. Kansas, Gonzaga, Baylor, Dayton
2. San Diego State, Villanova, Florida State, Creighton
3. Maryland, Duke, Seton Hall, Michigan State
4. Kentucky, Oregon, Louisville, Ohio State
5. Butler, Auburn, West Virginia, Wisconsin
6. Penn State, BYU, Colorado, Iowa
7. Michigan, Illinois, Virginia, St. Mary’s
8. Marquette, Arizona, Arizona State, Florida
9. Houston, LSU, Xavier, Texas Tech
10. USC, Providence, Rutgers, Indiana
11. East Tennessee State, Utah State, Oklahoma, Texas, Stanford
12. UCLA, Cincinnati, Stephen F. Austin, Liberty, Yale
13. Vermont, Akron, Bradley, North Texas
14. New Mexico State, Belmont, Hofstra, Colgate
15. UC Irvine, Northern Colorado, Texas State, Wright State
16. North Dakota State, Winthrop, Siena, St. Francis (PA), Prairie View A&M, Norfolk State

Last Four In: Texas, Stanford, UCLA, Cincinnati


First Four Out: Richmond, NC State, Northern Iowa, Memphis
Next Four Out: Wichita State, Mississippi State, Purdue, Tennessee


Also Considered (In Order): Oklahoma State, Arkansas, Rhode Island

Saturday, March 7th

Games Played through Friday, March 6th

1. Kansas, Baylor, Gonzaga, San Diego State
2. Dayton, Maryland, Villanova, Seton Hall
3. Florida State, Creighton, Duke, Michigan State
4. Louisville, Kentucky, Oregon, Penn State
5. Ohio State, Butler, Auburn, Colorado
6. Wisconsin, West Virginia, Iowa, BYU
7. Michigan, Illinois, Virginia, St. Mary’s
8. Marquette, Arizona, Arizona State, Florida
9. Houston, Texas Tech, LSU, Xavier
10. Indiana, USC, Providence, Rutgers
11. East Tennessee State, Oklahoma, Texas, Stanford, UCLA
12. Utah State, Cincinnati, Stephen F. Austin, Yale, Liberty
13. Vermont, Akron, Bradley, North Texas
14. New Mexico State, Belmont, Hofstra, Colgate
15. UC Irvine, Northern Colorado, Texas State, Wright State
16. South Dakota State, Winthrop, Siena, St. Francis (PA), Prairie View A&M, Norfolk State

Last Four In: Stanford, UCLA, Utah State, Cincinnati


First Four Out: Richmond, NC State, Northern Iowa, Memphis
Next Four Out: Wichita State, Arkansas, Mississippi State, Purdue


Also Considered (In Order): Tennessee, Rhode Island, Alabama, Oklahoma State

Thursday, March 5th

Games Played through Wednesday, March 4th

1. Kansas, Baylor, Gonzaga, San Diego State
2. Dayton, Maryland, Villanova, Seton Hall
3. Florida State, Creighton, Duke, Michigan State
4. Louisville, Kentucky, Oregon, Auburn
5. Penn State, Butler, Ohio State, Colorado
6. Wisconsin, West Virginia, Iowa, BYU
7. Michigan, Illinois, Virginia, St. Mary’s
8. Marquette, Arizona, Houston, Florida
9. Arizona State, Texas Tech, LSU, Xavier
10. Indiana, USC, Stanford, East Tennessee State
11. Oklahoma, Rutgers, Providence, Texas, UCLA
12. Utah State, Cincinnati, Northern Iowa, Stephen F. Austin, Yale
13. Liberty, Vermont, Akron, North Texas
14. New Mexico State, Belmont, Hofstra, Colgate
15. UC Irvine, Northern Colorado, Texas State, Wright State
16. South Dakota State, Winthrop, Siena, St. Francis (PA), Prairie View A&M, Norfolk State


First Four Out: NC State, Richmond, Wichita State, Rhode Island
Next Four Out: Purdue, Mississippi State, Arkansas, Tennessee
Also Considered (In Order): VCU, Alabama, Memphis, Oklahoma State, Georgetown, Notre Dame

Sunday, March 1st

Games Played through Saturday, February 29th

1. Kansas, Baylor, Gonzaga, San Diego State
2. Dayton, Maryland, Creighton, Seton Hall
3. Villanova, Duke, Florida State, Kentucky
4. Louisville, Oregon, Michigan State, Penn State
5. Auburn, Butler, Colorado, Ohio State
6. Wisconsin, Iowa, Michigan, West Virginia
7. Marquette, Virginia, BYU, Arizona
8. Illinois, Florida, Houston, St. Mary’s
9. Arizona State, Texas Tech, LSU, Indiana
10. Xavier, USC, Oklahoma, Rhode Island
11. East Tennessee State, Stanford, Utah State, Cincinnati, NC State
12. Rutgers, Providence, Northern Iowa, Liberty, Yale
13. Stephen F. Austin, North Texas, Vermont, Akron
14. Northern Colorado, Texas State, New Mexico State, UC Irvine
15. Belmont, South Dakota State, Hofstra, Colgate
16. Wright State, Winthrop, Siena, St. Francis (PA), Prairie View A&M, Norfolk State


First Four Out: Richmond, Wichita State, UCLA, Mississippi State,
Next Four Out:  Arkansas, VCU, Purdue,. Alabama,
Also Considered (In Order): Georgetown, Texas, Memphis, Notre Dame

UPDATED: I was missing a team, so Providence is in, NC State up from 12 to 11, and Utah State out of the first four.

February 11th, 2020

Games Played through Monday, February 10th

1. Baylor, Kansas, San Diego State, Gonzaga
2. Duke, Dayton, Louisville, Maryland
3. Seton Hall, Florida State, West Virginia, Auburn
4. Villanova, Butler, Oregon, Kentucky
5. Penn State, Colorado, Creighton, Iowa
6. Marquette, Arizona, Illinois, Michigan State
7. Houston, Ohio State, LSU, Rutgers
8. BYU, Wisconsin, Michigan, Rhode Island
9. Texas Tech, Oklahoma, Xavier, St. Mary’s
10. Arkansas, USC, Northern Iowa, Wichita State
11. Purdue, Cincinnati, Indiana, Florida, Stanford
12. Virginia, Arizona State, Yale, East Tennessee State, Liberty
13. Akron, Louisiana Tech, Vermont, Northern Colorado
14. Texas State, New Mexico State, Stephen F. Austin, Belmont
15. South Dakota State, UC Irvine, Colgate, Winthrop
16. Wright State, Hofstra, Siena, Prairie View A&M, St. Francis (PA), Norfolk State


First Four Out: Memphis, Mississippi State, VCU, Richmond
Next Four Out: Minnesota, Alabama, NC State, Providence
Third Four Out: Utah State, Georgetown, Tennessee, Virginia Tech


Also Considered (In Order): Washington, Notre Dame, Syracuse, Connecticut, UNC Greensboro, Furman, Texas, DePaul, SMU, North Texas, Nevada, Pittsburgh, St. Johns, Oregon State, Colorado State, South Carolina, Tulsa, Davidson, Boise State, Mississippi, Saint Louis, Duquesne, San Francisco

February 2nd, 2020

Games Played through Saturday, February 1st

1. Baylor, Kansas, San Diego State, Gonzaga
2. Duke, Dayton, Louisville, Florida State
3. Seton Hall, West Virginia, Butler, Michigan State
4. Oregon, Villanova, Maryland, Auburn
5. Creighton, Kentucky, LSU, Colorado
6. Iowa, Penn State, Arizona, Marquette
7. Illinois, Ohio State, Wisconsin, USC
8. Rutgers, Houston, Arkansas, St. Mary’s
9. Michigan, Wichita State, Stanford, Indiana
10. Florida, Oklahoma, Memphis, BYU
11. Texas Tech, Rhode Island, Mississippi State, Northern Iowa, VCU
12. Virginia, Alabama, Yale, Louisiana Tech, Liberty
13. Akron, East Tennessee State, Vermont, Northern Colorado
14. Stephen F. Austin, New Mexico State, Georgia State, South Dakota State
15. Belmont, UC Irvine, Hofstra, Northern Kentucky
16. Colgate, Siena, Sacred Heart, Radford, Prairie View A&M, Norfolk State


First Four Out: Purdue, Minnesota, Georgetown, Virginia Tech
Next Four Out: NC State, Richmond, Xavier, Syracuse
Third Four Out: Cincinnati, Arizona State, Utah State, Texas


Also Considered (In Order): Washington, Notre Dame, Tulsa, Tennessee, DePaul, TCU, Providence, UNC Greensboro, North Texas, SMU, Connecticut, St. Johns, Furman, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, Loyola Chicago, South Carolina, Boise State, Saint Louis, Nevada, Colorado State, Davidson, Duquesne, Oregon State, Clemson