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The Bracket Bouncer: Who Won’t Get an NCAA At-Large

There were a lot more teams to eliminate this time around

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Hi all! Sorry this article is late, but I made up for it by doing not 5, not 10, but ALL the remaining conferences. We now only have 72 teams left competing for at-large bids.

Here are the results from the remaining conferences as far as who is eliminated from an at-large:

Big West: Everyone

Conference USA: Everyone

Colonial: Everyone

Horizon: Everyone

MAAC: Everyone

Mid-American: Everyone

MEAC: Everyone

Missouri Valley: Everyone but Drake and Loyola Chicago

Mountain West: Everyone but Utah State, Boise State, and San Diego State

Northeast: Everyone

Ohio Valley: Everyone but Belmont and Eastern Kentucky

Pac-12: Everyone but UCLA, Oregon, USC, Arizona, and Colorado

Patriot League: Everyone

SEC: Everyone but Arkansas, Missouri, Tennessee, Alabama, LSU, and Florida (yes, that means Kentucky needs to win the SEC tournament to get in)

SWAC: Everyone

Southern: Everyone

Southland: Everyone

Summit League: Everyone

Sun Belt: Everyone

WAC: Everyone

West Coast: Everyone but Gonzaga (duh) and BYU

Teams Remaining: 72

Wow, only 72 teams left after the first pass! Eventually that number will dwindle all the way down to 36 on Selection Sunday. Sometime in February we’ll run through the remaining teams and eliminate the ones who’ve lost too much. Until then, go ‘Cats!