Questions For The Competition is a weekly column that addresses our issues with the brackets of other bracketology "experts." This week's questions are reserved for ESPN's Joe Lunardi, SI.com's Andy Glockner, and CBSSports.com and CollegeRPI.com's Jerry Palm. Keep in mind that these questions are about each expert's most recent bracket, all of which were released before Monday's games.
Joe Lunardi (ESPN) - Feb. 1 Bracket
How does a "Professor of Bracketology" put two Big East teams - UConn and Pittsburgh - against each other in the first round? Is it too late for your students to get their money back? That's awful.
More importantly, did you really think you could CHANGE your bracket Tuesday afternoon (at about 5 p.m. ET) and not have us notice?? You outta know better than that by now...
Where the heck is Florida? How is Cal, which has a grand total of zero quality wins, in as an at-large (and an 8 seed!), and the Gators aren't even on the Last Eight Out list? How is that possible?
How is BYU still a 3 seed after losing at New Mexico?
If UConn loses out, will you still have them in the Play-In game?
How are Louisville and Seton Hall ahead of Marquette on your Last Eight list?
Andy Glockner (SI.com) - Feb.1 Bracket
We only have one major gripe with your bracket, but it's a big one: How in the world would the Colonial get three bids if the season ended today? William & Mary would get a bid even though they are tied for fourth (fourth!) in conference?
Isn't Kansas State a little high at a 2?
Jerry Palm (CBS, CollegeRPI.com) - Feb. 1 Bracket
Did anyone in the A-10 not make your bracket? Did you have to draw the line at Saint Louis? Seriously, though, six A-10? Way to make the tough decisions on the bubble.
Who has Seton Hall beaten to earn an at-large? How are they in ahead of Marquette?
How is Texas and Purdue a 2 over Michigan State? You must be a Purdue fan...that's right, you are!