Questions For The Competition is a weekly column that addresses our issues with the brackets of other bracketology "experts." This week's questions are for ESPN.com's Joe Lunardi and Andy Glockner of CNNSI.com.
Keep in mind that these questions are about each bracketologist's latest bracket, the date of which is listed below.
Joe Lunardi (ESPN.com) - Jan. 19 Bracket
How in the world does Illinois State still deserve an at-large? They're in, but Arkansas isn't even First Four Out?
We hate to beat a dead horse, but how in the world do you still have no mention of UNLV (and it's quality OOC) and instead have San Diego State on the First Four out list? The Rebels have the fourth best resume out of the MWC?
Speaking of the MWC, how is BYU still a 7 seed?
How mamy games does BC have to lose in a row before they fall off of your Next Four Out list?
Who did Memphis beat to deserve a 4 seed? After you finish looking at Memphis' mediocre profile, take a look at Villanova's and tell us who they beat to deserve an 8 seed...
Andy Glockner (CNNSI.com) - Jan. 19 Bracket
How is Syracuse ahead of Louisville and Georgetown?
What's with the hatred for the top of the Big XII? Oklahoma not a 1, Texas a 6?
And what's with the love for the Big XII bubble? Oklahoma State a 7 seed? Really?? The Cowboys have a better resume than Notre Dame, Kansas, and Purdue??
Memphis a 4 and BYU a 7? Are you channeling your inner Lunardi?
How is Stanford (at 2-3 in the Pac-10) worthy of a bid if the season ended today, but not UNLV?
How can Tennessee be a 7 and Kentucky a 11? Didn't Kentucky just win big at Tennessee?