NCAAW Official Bracket – Outcomes, Teams that Missed Out, Looking Ahead

.@PatrickMahomes 🤝 @TeamJuJu

This reception on a 3rd & 13 by JuJu Smith-Schuster picked up 37 yards after the catch – 36 more than expected.

According to @NextGenStats, it’s the 7th-highest YAC over expected in the 2022 #NFL season so far.

#KCvsIND | #ChiefsKingdom

Genius Sports @GeniusSports

Nobody throws a sidearm like @PatrickMahomes and #RomoVision was there to capture it on @NFLonCBS.🏈📊

Congrats to our latest partner the @Colts on their 20-17 win yesterday. #KCvsIND

🎯 It’s been a shaky PL start in defense for TAA, but in passing he ranks:

🔺 1st – passes through the back line (97)
🔺 3rd – passes into final third (184)
🔺 5th – passes leading to shot (20)
🔺 7th – pressured passes

Is Southgate right not to include him for #ENGGER?

#LFC

Overall, the #Packers rank just 18th for yards gained per pass completion, and Rodgers has 4 throw aways. Brady is 8-34 on +10 yard attempts, and 3-11 on +20 yard attempts for #Buccaneers.

Whether it’s Brady’s O-Line, or Rodgers’ receivers; these QBs have trust issues right now.

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Tua ➡️ Tyreek

This deep middle 48-yard TD pass brought the #Dolphins within one score of the Ravens in Week 2. It’s currently the 2nd-most improbable completion (20.7% chance) so far in the #NFL.

🐬🐆

#BUFvsMIA | #FinsUp

Miami Dolphins @MiamiDolphins

Another 👀 at @cheetah’s first TD as a 🐬!

📺: Watch #MIAvsBAL on @NFLonCBS

#MiamiDolphins and #BuffaloBills both currently average 6.7 yards per play, tied (also with the Eagles and Chiefs) for 2nd in the #NFL after Week 2.

Buffalo just edges Miami in 1st downs (46-45) and drive-scoring rate (52.4%-47.4%).

Expect a high-scoring game. ⚡️

#BUFvsMIA

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Sunday night college basketball fans everywhere watched the Men’s official bracket announcements at 6 PM EST followed by the Women’s at 8 PM EST.

Selection Sunday can be an exciting time for teams: those that are hearing their name announced for the first time; those that are seeded higher than they expected to be; and those Bubble teams who can finally exhale that breath they had been holding. The Big East Conference left Selection Sunday happier than most others since they sent one more team than they had been expecting to, four instead of three.

KANSAS CITY, MO – MARCH 13: Texas guard Rori Harmon (3) celebrates after being named the tournaments most valuable player during the Big12 Womens Championship final between the Baylor Bears and the Texas Longhorns on Sunday March 13, 2022 at Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City, MO. (Photo by Nick Tre. Smith/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

By the end of Selection Sunday, not all teams are happy and jumping for joy: all those teams who weren’t announced; those that fell short of winning an automatic bid, or those that felt their Bubble burst. The Southeastern Conference (SEC) left Selection Sunday more disappointed than others since they sent one less team than they had been expecting to, eight instead of nine. Just like at the end of a basketball game, the results of Selection Sunday left some teams feeling like they won and others feeling like they lost.

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Bubble teams always find Selection Sunday to be the most nerve-racking time of their season, as they wait to hear their name called, region after region, team after team, only to get to the end and realize they won’t be playing in March Madness this year.

Seven conferences felt that sting of disappointment this year for nine different teams. The Big 10, Big East, Mid-Atlantic (MAC), Pac-12, and Summit Conferences saw one team each end up on the wrong side of the Bubble. Northwestern, Marquette, Toledo, UCLA, and South Dakota State, respectively, all walked away Sunday night without their name being called, without a matchup to prepare for, without being shown cheering on national TV.  Boston College and Duke from the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) and Missouri and Alabama from the SEC join the above teams since they, too, won’t appear on anyone’s official NCAA bracket.  Missouri and Alabama left feeling stronger than any other Bubble teams since the SEC was expecting to send one more team into the tournament than they did, meaning, one of these two could have made it.

Play-In Games

For the first time ever, the women’s NCAA Tournament will be branded as March Madness, have 68 teams, and host First Four play-in games. Only the Wichita Region doesn’t have a play-in game.

On Wednesday March 16, the first two, First Four games in D1 Women’s basketball history will be played and the winner of each will go-on to play in the Greensboro Region.

6 p.m. EST/5 p.m. CST #16 Incarnate Word vs #16 Howard

  • Winner will face #1 South Carolina in the First Round

8 p.m. EST/7 p.m. CST #11 DePaul vs #11 Dayton

  • Winner will face #6 Georgia in the First Round

On Thursday, March-17, the remaining two First Four games will be played with the first winner going to the Bridgeport Region and the second winner going to the Spokane Region.

6 p.m. EST/5 p.m. CST #16 Mount St. Mary’s vs Longwood

  • Winner will face #1 NC State in the First Round

8 p.m. EST/7 p.m. CST #11 Florida State vs #11 Missouri State

  • Winner will face #6 Ohio State in the First Round
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.@PatrickMahomes 🤝 @TeamJuJu

This reception on a 3rd & 13 by JuJu Smith-Schuster picked up 37 yards after the catch – 36 more than expected.

According to @NextGenStats, it’s the 7th-highest YAC over expected in the 2022 #NFL season so far.

#KCvsIND | #ChiefsKingdom

Genius Sports @GeniusSports

Nobody throws a sidearm like @PatrickMahomes and #RomoVision was there to capture it on @NFLonCBS.🏈📊

Congrats to our latest partner the @Colts on their 20-17 win yesterday. #KCvsIND

🎯 It’s been a shaky PL start in defense for TAA, but in passing he ranks:

🔺 1st – passes through the back line (97)
🔺 3rd – passes into final third (184)
🔺 5th – passes leading to shot (20)
🔺 7th – pressured passes

Is Southgate right not to include him for #ENGGER?

#LFC

Overall, the #Packers rank just 18th for yards gained per pass completion, and Rodgers has 4 throw aways. Brady is 8-34 on +10 yard attempts, and 3-11 on +20 yard attempts for #Buccaneers.

Whether it’s Brady’s O-Line, or Rodgers’ receivers; these QBs have trust issues right now.

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Tua ➡️ Tyreek

This deep middle 48-yard TD pass brought the #Dolphins within one score of the Ravens in Week 2. It’s currently the 2nd-most improbable completion (20.7% chance) so far in the #NFL.

🐬🐆

#BUFvsMIA | #FinsUp

Miami Dolphins @MiamiDolphins

Another 👀 at @cheetah’s first TD as a 🐬!

📺: Watch #MIAvsBAL on @NFLonCBS

#MiamiDolphins and #BuffaloBills both currently average 6.7 yards per play, tied (also with the Eagles and Chiefs) for 2nd in the #NFL after Week 2.

Buffalo just edges Miami in 1st downs (46-45) and drive-scoring rate (52.4%-47.4%).

Expect a high-scoring game. ⚡️

#BUFvsMIA

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