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Bracketology 2018: The third annual ‘Bad Week for Bubble Teams’

It’s uncanny how there always seems to be one stretch during each season when nearly every team fighting for a bid takes a loss nearly simultaneously. I’m not going to spend a ton of time at the top of the bracket, since there have been relatively few changes to the top four seed lines since Tuesday’s full projection. Note: Quality win data (the number in parentheses, see last week’s post for more info) and RPI information are courtesy WarrenNolan.
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