Blue Man wrote:URI'21 wrote:Bracket Matrix ranks the most accurate bracketologists in the last 5 years, and Lunardi isn't one of the top 5... or top 10... or top 25... he's #40 and yet he's the face of bracket predictions. Damn ESPN.
#1 rated bracket on the matrix is Bracketville.
They have us as a 6 seed slated to play the winner of Bama/Washington, for the right to play #3 UNC or #14 W&M.
At the rate we are going and the A10 is going, 6 seed seems fairly likely. Just need to continue to handle our business.
**As an FYI. Bracket Matrix complies all the data from final mock brackets before selection sunday for the past 5 years. They award points based on in/out of the field, and seeding/seeding close to the actual number. Having the #1 ranking as a bracket in the matrix means that they have been consistently the most accurate over the last 5 years in accurately predicting the field and their seeds.
Which is why that's the one I keep posting and I ignore the Lunardi ones