Questions For The Competition is a weekly column that addresses our issues with the brackets of other bracketology "experts." Today's questions are reserved for ESPN's Joe Lunardi and SI.com's Andy Glockner. Keep in mind that these questions are about each expert's most recent brackets, which were released before Monday's games.
Joe Lunardi (ESPN) - Jan. 10 Bracket
How would Wichita State get an at-large if the season ended today? Because of their one Top 100 RPI win? How did the Shockers go from a 12 seed in your last bracket to an 11 seed this week after losing at home to Missouri State. We're confused.
If the season ended today, the committee would give three bids to C-USA? They'd give two to the WAC? Utah State, and their one Top 100 win, would be at-large worthy?
How are Maryland and Florida State ranked ahead of Georgia? Because of all their marquee wins?
A six-loss USC team (with four questionable losses) would get in if the season ended today?
Andy Glockner (Sports Illustrated) - Jan. 10 Bracket
Michigan State's been a big disappointment, but do they really deserve to be a 9/10 seed? Arizona has a better resume than the Spartans do?
What does BC have to do to fall further than the 6 line? Lose to Dartmouth and Columbia too?
Based on the season ending today, how is Maryland's resume better than Miami's? Or Florida State's for that matter?
How is Georgetown still a 3 seed? How does Tennessee still deserve an 8?