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1.22 Bracket Watch

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We continue our time honored tradition of keeping you aware of how the major bracket predictors are treating both the Big East and their rumored future partners as The Seven start their new conference. Let's get started!

SB NATION:
Marquette: Rising to a 7 seed vs 10 seed Colorado
Big East: Seven teams: Louisville (2), Syracuse (2), Cincinnati (5), Marquette (7), Notre Dame (7), Georgetown (8), Pittsburgh (9)
The Seven: Marquette & Georgetown
Rumored Partners: Butler (3), Gonzaga (3), Creighton (6), VCU (6)

SPORTS ILLUSTRATED:
Marquette: 6 seed vs 11 seed and recurring MU tournament victim Kentucky
Big East: Six teams: Syracuse (1), Louisville (2), Cincinnati (6), Georgetown (6), Marquette (6), Notre Dame (9)
The Seven: Marquette & Georgetown
Rumored Partners: Butler (2), Creighton (3), Gonzaga (4), VCU (6)
MU Bubble Watch Blurb:

The Marquette Magic ran out in a two-point OT loss at Cincinnati, but the Geagles remain strongly positioned for a good conference finish. They get Providence and South Florida at home this week before a headlining trip to Louisville.

ESPN:
Marquette: Rising to a 7 seed vs 10 seed and Buzz Williams garage decoration inspiration Colorado State
Big East: Seven teams: Syracuse (1), Louisville (2), Cincinnati (5), Marquette (7), Notre Dame (8), Pittsburgh (9), Georgetown (10)
The Seven: Marquette & Georgetown
Rumored Partners: Butler (3), Gonzaga (3), Creighton (4), VCU (6)

CBS SPORTS (note: posted on Friday):
Marquette: 8 seed vs 9 seed Saint Louis
Big East: Seven teams: Louisville (1), Syracuse (2), Cincinnati (7), Notre Dame (7), Marquette (8), Georgetown (11), Pittsburgh (11)
The Seven: Marquette & Georgetown
Rumored Partners: Gonzaga (2), Butler (3), Creighton (3), VCU (7), Saint Louis (9)