Commentary

Bracket movement in the Big 12

The Jayhawks make a case for top seed, Mizzou could be better off at No. 2

Originally Published: February 10, 2012
By Joe Lunardi | ESPN Insider
Thomas Robinson, Quincy AcyAP Photo/Tony GutierrezWith a win at Baylor, Thomas Robinson and Kansas improved their odds of getting a top seed.

Welcome back to the expanded edition of Joe Lunardi's Rundown, which takes you deeper into Bracketology. Bracketology provides a snapshot of how the bracket looks on a specific day, but through the use of Lunardi's extensive database of previous seasons, tournament odds tell you how the bracket is likely to look come Selection Sunday.

Top line report

There are no changes since Monday's bracket in terms of the four No. 1 seeds. Syracuse, Kentucky, Ohio State and Missouri all escaped varying degrees of challenges earlier in the week.


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