After a big weekend of college hoops, Joe Lunardi has updated his 2019 Bracketology, which he does periodically throughout the year.
We've seen a fair amount of movement at the top.
Saturday saw the dethroning of the nation's final two undefeated teams, and potential No. 1 seeds.
Michigan fell at Wisconsin, for its first loss since last year's national championship game against Villanova.
In the long-awaited primetime ACC game, Virginia couldn't overcome R.J. Barrett, Zion Williamson, and Duke, losing at Cameron Indoor Stadium 72-70.
There's still plenty of basketball to be played, but we're seeing the season really start to take shape.
Duke and Virginia are both in as No. 1 seeds in Joe Lunardi's latest ESPN Bracketology after losses last week.
Before beating Virginia, Duke lost on Big Monday against Syracuse.
Here are the top seeds in the latest “Bracketology” from Lunardi:
- No. 1 seeds: Duke, Virginia, Michigan State, Tennessee
- No. 2 seeds: Kentucky, Kansas, Gonzaga, Michigan
- No. 3 seeds: Texas Tech, Nevada, North Carolina, Virginia Tech
- No. 4 seeds: Maryland, Marquette, Buffalo, Houston
Other notable teams include Louisville (No. 5), Wisconsin (No. 6), Iowa (No. 6), Oklahoma (No. 7), Nebraska (No. 8), Ohio State (No. 10), and Syracuse (No. 10).
Head to ESPN for the full bracket and match-ups from Lunardi.