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Bracketology - 2012 NCAA Tournament Projections and Predictions

Doc's Sports will offer weekly NCAA Tournament projections and Bracketology predictions for the 2012 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. College basketball expert Robert Ferringo will run down his NCAA Tournament projections each week on Fridays and he will give NCAA Tournament predictions on who he expects to be in and out of the field of 68. Ferringo will cover each conference and give his locks and the potential bubble teams from each league. Check back each week to see who Ferringo has in with his NCAA Tournament projections.

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Dallas Cowboys interim head coach Jason Garrett

NFL Predictions: Who Will Be the Next Dallas Cowboys Head Coach?
by Alan Matthews - 11/16/2010

One game certainly does not a career make, but the Dallas Cowboys were the biggest underdogs on the board this past weekend, according to NFL odds, and they went in and punked the New York Giants in their house on Sunday in the debut of Jason Garrett as the team’s interim head coach.
Read more about NFL Predictions: Dallas Cowboys Head Coach.

Virginia Tech guard Dorenzo Hudson

NCAA Tournament Projections Updated March 12
by Robert Ferringo - 3/12/2010

Well, this is it. Selection Sunday is just two short days away and all of the weeks and months of speculation about the NCAA Tournament field will be put to rest. Sure, there will be plenty of bitching and second-guessing the NCAA Selection Committee. But – barring some totally irrational – the teams at the end of the at-large line really don’t have much to complain about this year. While I don’t agree with Jay Bilas that this is the “weakest at-large field in history” I do know that those teams really don’t have much to complain about because they all have significant holes in their resumes.
Read more about NCAA Tournament Projections.

Xavier's Terrell Holloway

NCAA Tournament Projections Updated March 8
by Robert Ferringo - 3/8/2010

Well, there is good news and bad news for bubble teams the country over. The good news is that Northern Iowa won the Missouri Valley, leaving just four conference tournaments left where if the regular season champion losses they would steal a bid, and that Gonzaga, Old Dominion and Butler have each reached their conference tournament final. The bad news is that most of the bubble teams – even those that I’ve had definitely in for the last month – are doing everything in their power to play their way out of the field regardless of what is going on with the mid-majors.
Read more about NCAA Tournament Projections.

Oakland's Johnathon Jones.

NCAA Tournament Projections Updated March 4
by Robert Ferringo - 3/4/2010

Below is a look at my 65-team field and some NCAA Tournament projections as of the start of business on Thursday. I didn’t worry about regions or matchups or pods or any of those intricacies that make the final bracket the dazzling dance card that it is.
Read more about NCAA Tournament Projections.

Xavier forward/center Jason Love

NCAA Tournament Projections Updated Feb. 25
by Robert Ferringo - 2/25/2010

I’m going to do my NCAA Tournament projections article a bit differently this week. Right now all we’re hearing about is “bubble teams”, “must-win games”, “good” and “bad” wins and losses, and “Judgment Week”. It’s all nonsense, really. And as you’ll see in a moment, right now the “bubble” is really just 11 teams fighting for six open at-large bids, with about five conferences, outside of the “major” leagues, sitting there with potential bid stealers and X-factors waiting for the conference tournaments to start.
Read more about NCAA Tournament Projections.

Jimmer Fredette (32) of the BYU Cougars

NCAA Tournament Projections Updated Feb. 19
by Robert Ferringo - 2/19/2010

There was some small moving and shaking in my NCAA Tournament projections this week. And over the next few weeks there will be a lot more action. In fact, I’m sure that at least two teams that I’m certain are “In” right now will manage to play their way out of a ticket to The Big Dance over the next few weeks.
Read more about NCAA Tournament Projections.

New Mexico guard Darington Hobson

NCAA Tournament Projections Updated Feb. 12
by Robert Ferringo - 2/12/2010

There was some small moving and shaking in my NCAA Tournament projections this week. And over the next few weeks there will be a lot more action. In fact, I’m sure that at least two teams that I’m certain are “In” right now will manage to play their way out of a ticket to The Big Dance over the next few weeks.
Read more about NCAA Tournament Projections.

Duke Forward Kyle Singler.

NCAA Tournament Projections Updated Feb. 5
by Robert Ferringo - 2/5/2010

There was some small moving and shaking in my NCAA Tournament projections this week. And over the next few weeks there will be a lot more action. In fact, I’m sure that at least two teams that I’m certain are “In” right now will manage to play their way out of a ticket to The Big Dance over the next few weeks.
Read more about NCAA Tournament Projections.

UNLV guard Tre'Von Willis

NCAA Tournament Projections
by Robert Ferringo - 1/29/2010

It’s starting to get intense. That’s the most obvious thing that I noticed this week watching the college hoops landscape unfold. Lines are getting tighter, teams are getting more emotional, and things are really starting to tighten up. It’s not exactly the stretch run yet and there is still a lot of ball to be played.
Read more about NCAA Tournament Projections.

Pittsburgh Panthers Gilbert Brown

NCAA Tournament Projections – Updated Jan. 22
by Robert Ferringo - 1/22/2010

There are 65 slots in the NCAA Tournament Field. There are 31 automatic bid leagues in college basketball and my projections for the 2010 field show that there are 17 one-bid conferences. That means that there are essentially 48 slots open for tournament teams. That seems like a lot, but when you consider that, by my count, there are 26 teams that have sealed up bids now we’re down to just 22 at-large bids that about 90 other schools are fighting for just 22 openings.
Read more about NCAA Tournament Projections.