Spartans remain comfortably in field of 68 in latest ESPN ‘Bracketology’

Selection Sunday is only two months away so it’s officially bracketology season.

Joe Lunardi of ESPN has been releasing his famous “Bracketology” NCAA Tournament projections for months, and to no surprise Michigan State is in the field of 68. The Spartans are one of 10 teams Lunardi currently has dancing this upcoming March.

Check out which Big Ten teams Lunardi has listed in his latest batch of “Bracketology” below:

Illinois

Seed / Region: No. 5 in West Region

First Round Opponent: No. 12 Liberty

Indiana

Seed / Region: No. 10 in East Region

First Round Opponent: No. 7 NC State

Iowa

Seed / Region: No. 7 in Midwest Region

First Round Opponent: No. 10 Charleston

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Maryland

Seed / Region: No. 11 in East Region

First Round Opponent: No. 6 Auburn

Ohio State

Seed / Region: No. 9 in East Region

First Round Opponent: No. 8 San Diego State

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Penn State

Seed / Region: No. 11 in South Region

First Round Opponent: No. 11 Boise State

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Purdue

Seed / Region: No. 1 in South Region

First Round Opponent: No. 16 Southern / No. 16 Morgan State

Rutgers

Seed / Region: No. 5 in Midwest Region

First Round Opponent: No. 12 Oklahoma / No. 12 New Mexico

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Wisconsin

Seed / Region: No. 10 in West Region

First Round Opponent: No. 7 Saint Mary’s

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Michigan State

Seed / Region: No. 7 in South Region

First Round Opponent: No. 10 Florida Atlantic

Just outside NCAA Tournament

First Four Out:

Northwestern

Click here to see the complete NCAA Tournament bracket projection from Lunardi

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