March Madness is just around the corner. With just about a month and a half away from the 2020 NCAA Tournament, ESPN’s Bracketology expert Joe Lunardi has released his top eight seeds if the season ended today.
The top four No. 1 seeds features two Big 12 schools and two non-Power 5 West Coast teams. In order, Lunardi’s top four seeds features Baylor, Kansas, Gonzaga and San Diego State.
It’s been a bizarre season of college hoops – and the current top four seeds currently reflects that. Kansas is the only true ‘blue-blood’ of the four teams.
Louisville, Maryland, Dayton and Duke make up the two-seed line. According to Lunardi, Seton Hall is the top No. 3 seed, and could jump Duke or Dayton if either team loses.
— Joe Lunardi (@ESPNLunardi) February 10, 2020
Here’s a breakdown of the current top eight seeds of the 2020 NCAA Tournament if the season ended today:
- San Diego State
There’d be plenty of interesting potential No. 1 vs. No. 2 matchups. But SDSU vs. Duke would be a big-time game, especially considering it’d be played in the East Region.
But as of now, there’s plenty of changes that can take place throughout the rest of the 2020 season.