Bracketology: Gonzaga, Indiana and Florida among most controversial resumes

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NEW YORK, NY – MARCH 8: Led by committee chairman Mark Hollis (3rd from L), the NCAA Basketball Tournament Selection Committee meets on Wednesday afternoon, March 8, 2017 in New York City. The committee is gathered in New York to begin the five-day process of selecting and seeding the field of 68 teams for the NCAA MenÕs Basketball Tournament. The final bracket will be released on Sunday evening following the completion of conference tournaments. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

There are a lot of college hoops teams with resumes that divide folks. Here are 10 specific examples with an explanation on whether they’re legit in regards to their Bracketology seeding.

Throughout the season, we’ve been working on Bracketology Winners and Losers concerning NCAA Basketball teams and how good or bad a week they’re having. But this time, it’s time to look at the entire resume rather than a one week span.

Because of how weak the bubble is this season, some teams with a high number of losses are still in the mix, as well as teams with a lack of quality wins. There’s a possibility that the record of losses for an at-large team (Vanderbilt with 15) will be broken this season.

It’s given a pathway for mid-majors to sneak in with some bids. But that still doesn’t mean that they’re getting respect when it comes to seeding. Two teams out west already in the Big Dance are fighting to get the seed they feel they deserve.

For this piece, I’m going to take a look at 10 teams who have been talked about the most when it comes to Bracketology this 2018-19 season. It won’t be about Duke or Kentucky fighting for a No. 1 seed but rather than a powerhouse still trying to prove themselves. And a bunch of teams featured on the bubble will get a closer look, detailing the pros and cons of their respective resumes with an explanation of what they need to do to make it in the NCAA Tournament.

Will these teams have a happy ending this season and get to where they want. Here’s a look at has to happen to improve from a Bracketology standpoint.

*NET Rankings are through March 1
*Projected seeds are through latest Bracketology (March 1)

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