Where Wisconsin basketball stands in the latest ESPN Bracketology




 

Despite a home loss to Michigan State this past Friday, the Badgers are staying solid on the No. 3 line in the latest ESPN Bracketology.

As of today, Wisconsin is a No. 3 seed in the south region, and ESPN Bracketologist Joe Lunardi sees the Badgers matching up with No. 14 seed Wagner in the first round.

The four top seeds are Baylor, Auburn, Gonzaga, and Arizona as no Big Ten team currently sits along the top line. The Big 12 currently leads the way with eight teams in the field, as the Big Ten follows them up with seven teams in. The Big East also has seven teams projected to be in the tournament.

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