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Akron to Wisconsin – Alphabetical List of Who should Make it to March Madness

Akron to Wisconsin – Alphabetical List of Who should Make it to March Madness

If the season ended today, these are the 58 teams (in alphabetical order) that should be invited to March Madness.  The list starts with a newcomer in Akron – led by 7-foot center Zeke Marshall (20th best player at, 5-foot-11 Alex Abreu and 6-foot-7 Demetrius Treadwell – and ends with reliable Wisconsin.

If you do not see your school on this list, you can click here to see if they are one of the “Middle 20” that we believe should be considered for the final 10 spots.  If they are not on that list, we do not believe they deserve to keep playing in March Madness unless they have a breakthrough.  We are basing this list on who we believe deserves the bids to date – it is not a prediction:

  1. Akron
  2. Arizona
  3. Belmont
  4. Bucknell
  5. Butler
  6. Canisius or whoever wins MAAC
  7. Cincinnati
  8. Colorado
  9. Colorado St.
  10. Creighton
  11. Davidson or whoever wins Southern
  12. Detroit
  13. Duke
  14. Florida
  15. Florida Gulf Coast or whoever wins Asun
  16. George Mason or whoever wins CAA
  17. Georgetown
  18. Gonzaga
  19. Harvard or whoever wins Ivy
  20. Indiana
  21. Iowa St.
  22. Kansas
  23. Kansas St.
  24. Kentucky
  25. Long Beach St. or whoever wins BW
  26. Louisiana Tech
  27. Louisville
  28. Marquette
  29. Memphis
  30. Miami FL
  31. Michigan
  32. Michigan St.
  33. Middle Tennessee
  34. Minnesota
  35. Mississippi
  36. Missouri
  37. Montana or  whoever wins Big Sky
  38. NC Asheville or whoever wins Big South
  39. Nevada Las Vegas
  40. New Mexico
  41. North Carolina
  42. North Carolina St.
  43. North Dakota St.
  44. Ohio St.
  45. Oklahoma
  46. Oklahoma St.
  47. Pittsburgh
  48. Robert Morris or whoever wins NEC
  49. San Diego St.
  50. Savannah St. or whoever wins MEAC
  51. Southern Mississippi
  52. Southern or whoever wins SWAC
  53. Stephen F. Austin or whoever wins Southland
  54. Stony Brook or whoever wins AE
  55. Syracuse
  56. Virginia Commonwealth
  57. Wichita St.
  58. Wisconsin

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