Purdue's red-hot and rising
The Boilermakers are in contention for the No. 1 line with three weeks to go
Welcome to the new, expanded edition of Joe Lunardi's Rundown, featuring his latest bracket breakthrough, Tournament Odds.
How is it different from Bracketology? With Bracketology, Lunardi tells you how the bracket looks on that specific day.
With Tournament Odds, Lunardi tells you how the bracket is likely to look come Selection Sunday, by comparing current teams to those in his extensive database of prior seasons.
The Race for the Top
The Georgetown Hoyas dropping their second game of the season to the Syracuse Orange also drops the Hoyas from the list of teams showing at least a 10 percent chance of landing a No. 1 seed. Expect this list to continue to shrink over the next week or two.
Only thing we can say here: If you want the most in-depth, up-to-date information about the 2010 NCAA tournament, the bubble and sleeper teams, you pretty much have to buy this article. It's incredibly detailed. Become an ESPN Insider.
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Joe Lunardi: Behind the Bracket
Insiders get Bracketology details the rest of the public doesn't. See which teams and which games are impacting the bracket, why it's moving and what may happen next.
Lunardi's Tournament Odds/Rundown
Bracketology tells you only how the bracket looks on that day. Lunardi's odds tell you how it's likely to look come Selection Sunday.
See which bubble teams are bound to get bounced and which are likely to crack the field of 65.
Inside the Bracket
Hard-core analysis of squads set to endure the Madness of March.
See how the teams stack up in each region of Bracketology.