The four regional final picks:
Midwest — Louisville over Duke.
West — Ohio State beats Pitt.
South — Kansas tops Georgetown.
East — Miami defeats Indiana.
More bracket nuggets: Virginia is 76th on the NCAA’s final Rating Percentage Index. The worst RPI for an at-large selection was No. 74 New Mexico in 1999.
The Cavaliers’ final non-conference strength of schedule is No. 300. The only at-large teams below 200 are 216 Boise State, 270 Notre Dame and 272 Pitt.
None of the 37 at-large teams lost to more than three opponents below 100th on the RPI. Virginia lost to seven.
Conversely, the Cavaliers’ eight top 100 wins match Massachusetts and Tennessee for the most among teams omitted.
The highest-rated RPI teams excluded from the field this season were Nos. 31 Southern Mississippi, 54 Louisiana Tech, 56 UMass and 57 Kentucky. The lowest-ranked RPI team to receive an at-large was No. 53 California.
Grading Teel Time’s bracket: The projected field I posted Saturday night included all 37 at-large selections. Thirty-two of 68 teams were seeded correctly, 26 within one line, 10 within two.
The lone outliers: I had eighth-seeded Pitt as a 5, 12th-seeded Oregon as an 8.
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