2020 NCAA Tournament Bracket: What A Field Of 68 Would Have Looked Like
Simulating the NCAA Tournament
What the field will look like it.
March Madness is canceled and the NCAA selection committee was debating on putting together a mock bracket but at the last moment decided not to do that because the conference tournaments were canceled and more data would have been better.
With no March Madness, we decided to do our own bracket with the help of Bracket Matrix by using their composite field of 68 and then simulate the tournament using WhatIfSports.com to simulate the field.
The plan is to get some blurbs on as many as these teams for a mini-preview for games and then run the simulation to see who would win the national title.
The bracket is below (or download a version here)
For a fun game, everyone should also fill out their brackets as we will start the simulations on Thursday, so you will have a few days to fill it out and see how well your bracket does.
San Diego State ended up with a No. 2 seed and play No. 15 Eastern Washington and No. 11 Utah State would play No. 6 Iowa.
Tag your twitter bracket entry with #MWWireMadness so we can compile them.