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. 24 Bracket
How in the world would Kansas State - at 1-4 in conference with zero Top 50 wins - deserve an at-large if the season ended today? Not only are they in, but they'd get a 9 seed? How?
How is UCLA five seed lines higher than Arizona? Five?
How is Baylor more worthy of an at-large than Richmond and Washington State if the season ended today? Is it their 87 RPI and one Top 50 win?
How did a win over DePaul and a loss to Notre Dame move Marquette up two seed lines?
Andy Glockner (Sports Illustrated) - Jan. 24 Bracket
The A-10 would really get four bids if the season ended today? And we thought Lunardi was the A-10 homer...
We agree that Old Dominion still belongs in, but do they really deserve a 10 seed? They're that safe?
Isn't St. John's a little high as an 8? Isn't Florida State a little low as an 8?
UCLA belongs three seed lines higher than Arizona? The Bruins don't have a better resume right now? Who has Arizona beaten?