MSU basketball drops in latest ESPN update of ‘Bracketology’
Michigan State basketball is still comfortably dancing at the moment, but their seed has dropped after a recent tough stretch, according to ESPN’s Joe Lunardi.
The latest batch of Bracketology from Lunardi was released on Tuesday, which saw the Spartans experience a slight drop. Michigan State was previously a No. 6 seed but in Tuesday’s update they are now slated as a No. 7 seed.
In this projected first round matchup, Michigan State would face No. 10 seed Boise State in the West Region. If they were to beat the Broncos, they would most likely face No. 2 seed Arizona in the second round.
There were a total of nine Big Ten teams in this latest batch of Bracketology. Wisconsin and Ohio State were both just outside the field of 68 as well.
Check out the complete bracket projection from Lunardi by clicking on the tweet below:
2023 NCAA Tournament Bracketology https://t.co/qie3gvBKLW. 🏀🏀 There are only two one-loss teams remaining in college basketball. The first, Purdue (21-1), is running away with the No. 1 overall seed as January turns to February.
— Joe Lunardi (@ESPNLunardi) January 31, 2023
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