StatSheet Projects Missouri as NCAA Tournament Six Seed: 01/28/2013

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StatSeed is StatSheet's postseason projections for all of Division I, including the NCAA Tournament, National Invitation Tournament (NIT), College Basketball Invitational (CBI), and the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament (CIT). Read more about how StatSeed is calculated.

StatSheet projects Missouri to make the NCAA Tournament as a six seed. The Tigers are the #22 team in the AP Poll and sit at #23 in the StatSheet StatRank with a 15-4 overall record and a 4-2 record in the SEC.

During the last four games, Missouri was steady with wins against Vanderbilt, South Carolina, and Georgia but also dropped one against AP #8 Florida.

Missouri is sub-par against strong competition, with a 6-4 record against the RPI Top 100 but a 3-4 record against the RPI Top 50 and a 1-3 record against AP ranked teams. The Tigers boast three quality wins including RPI #46 Bucknell, RPI #31 Illinois, and AP #19 Virginia Commonwealth with no bad losses.

The last four teams into the NCAA Tournament with at-large bids are Maryland (15-5, 3-4 ACC, StatRank #65), Memphis (16-3, 5-0 C-USA, StatRank #50), Rutgers (12-7, 3-5 Big East, StatRank #54), and Arizona State (16-4, 5-2 Pac 12, StatRank #58).

The first four teams out are Alabama (12-7, 4-2 SEC, StatRank #69), Brigham Young (16-6, 6-2 West Coast, StatRank #48), Bucknell (17-4, 4-1 Patriot, StatRank #43), and Kentucky (13-6, 4-2 SEC, StatRank #70).

The next four out are Florida State (11-8, 3-3 ACC, StatRank #69), Iowa (13-7, 2-5 Big Ten, StatRank #82), Charlotte (16-4, 4-2 A-10, StatRank #51), and Wyoming (15-4, 2-4 Mountain West, StatRank #55).

Regional 1
#1Duke
#2Arizona
#3Butler
#4Gonzaga
#5Cincinnati
#6Colorado
#7Creighton
#8Georgetown
#9Baylor
#10Iowa State
#11Pittsburgh
#12Arizona State
#13Louisiana Tech
#14Akron
#15Harvard
#16Davidson
#17CSU
Regional 2
#1Kansas
#2Florida
#3Kansas State
#4NC State
#5Miami (FL)
#6Marquette
#7Oklahoma
#8Illinois
#9Belmont
#10La Salle
#11San Diego State
#12MTSU
#13Maryland
#14Lehigh
#15Long Beach State
#16Niagara
#17Mercer
Regional 3
#1Michigan
#2Indiana
#3Michigan State
#4Ohio State
#5Ole Miss
#6Missouri
#7VCU
#8UNLV
#9Colorado State
#10Oklahoma State
#11Villanova
#12Rutgers
#13Memphis
#14Stony Brook
#15Montana
#16Robert Morris
#17SOU
Regional 4
#1Syracuse
#2Louisville
#3Minnesota
#4Oregon
#5New Mexico
#6Notre Dame
#7Wichita State
#8UCLA
#9North Carolina
#10St. John's
#11Wisconsin
#12Southern Miss
#13Stephen F. Austin
#14Valparaiso
#15Northeastern
#16Western Illinois
#17NCCU

NCAA Tourney Projections by Conference


Conf
NCAA
Teams
Conf
Teams
Pct in
NCAA
Big East10 1662.5%
Big Ten7 1258.3%
Big 126 1060.0%
Pac 125 1241.7%
ACC5 1241.7%
Mountain West4 850.0%
A-103 1421.4%
SEC3 1225.0%
Missouri Valley2 1020.0%
C-USA2 1216.7%
Patriot1 812.5%
Big South1 119.1%
West Coast1 911.1%
Ivy League1 812.5%
Ohio Valley1 119.1%
SoCon1 128.3%
Big West1 911.1%
WAC1 812.5%
MAC1 128.3%
Atlantic Sun1 1010.0%
Sun Belt1 128.3%
Big Sky1 911.1%
MAAC1 1010.0%
CAA1 128.3%
NEC1 128.3%
SWAC1 1010.0%
Southland1 128.3%
America East1 911.1%
Horizon1 1010.0%
Summit League1 1010.0%
MEAC1 137.7%

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SEC Standings

OverallConf
1 Florida 36-3 18-0
2 Kentucky 29-11 12-6
2 Georgia 20-14 12-6
4 Tennessee 24-13 11-7
5 Arkansas 22-12 10-8
 6Missouri 23-12 9-9
6 LSU 20-14 9-9
6 Ole Miss 19-14 9-9
9 Texas A&M 18-16 8-10
10 Vanderbilt 15-16 7-11
10 Alabama 13-19 7-11
12 Auburn 14-16 6-12
13 South Carolina 14-20 5-13
14 MState 14-19 3-15
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2013-2014 Roster

#42 Hayden Barnard Fr F 6-10 215
#10 Deuce Bello Jr G 6-4 177
#32 Jabari Brown Jr G 6-5 214
#1 Wes Clark Fr G 6-0 171
#5 Jordan Clarkson Jr G 6-5 193
#2 Tony Criswell Sr F 6-9 240
#31 Danny Feldmann Jr F 6-9 225
#4 Corey Haith So G 5-10 174
#35 Stefan Jankovic So F 6-11 242
#24 Torren Jones Fr F 6-8 234
#45 Keanau Post Jr F 6-11 268
#25 Zach Price Jr F 6-10 250
#11 Shane Rector Fr G 6-1 171
#44 Ryan Rosburg So F 6-10 252
#33 Earnest Ross Sr G 6-5 228
#3 J. Williams III Fr F 6-9 208