The week of the 2020 NCAA men’s basketball National Championship is here and many were lusting after the what if’s by Monday evening. On Monday, ESPN aimed to take some of that pain away from avid college basketball fans and put out their truly way too early 2021 Bracketology.
Where did West Virginia fall in that bracket?
Joe Lunardi’s most recent bracket has West Virginia as a four-seed in the East region, playing 13-seed Yale.
The 2019-2020 season is certainly one for the books, with more unfinished business than there are parodies of “One Shining Moment” on the internet. (My personal favorite is here.)
Other notable Big 12 teams in Lunardi’s April 5, 2020 bracket: Texas as a six seed in the East, Kansas as a two seed in the South, Oklahoma State as an eight seed in the South, Baylor a two seed in the Midwest, Texas Tech a three seed in the West, and Oklahoma as a ten seed in the West.
What do you think about this latest March Madness bracket?