At this point, Bracketology is even more abstract than art and it's always more of an art than a science. That doesn't stop people from still doing it.
There's not a better post-season climax than NCAA Basketball's Tournament. Giving 68 teams a chance to win it all, this tournament brings more drama than a soap opera. The first two days of the tournament are widely considered two of the best sports days of the year.
The Art of Bracketology is vast, complex, and lacking in structure. Then why do it? Because it's one of the most debatable topics in basketball.
Here's my December Bracketology:
This early, there's little logic behind this. I like to look at defensive efficiency and how you play the top teams and I really don't incorporate wins against anyone not in the top 200 teams.
Still a lot of basketball to be played, but it's never too early to think about the end result; as long as you enjoy the ride. NCAA Bracket Guidelines Singlehandedly Increasing the Interest in LSU Basketball
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