Bracketology 2012: Gonzaga No. 6 Seed, Oregon On The Bubble

The Gonzaga Bulldogs are in great shape to make it to March Madness once again. Gonzaga is now 16-3 with a big game with BYU coming up. Joe Lunardi of ESPN has its latest bracketology projections out, and Gonzaga is now a sixth seed. They would end up in the Midwest Bracket, where they would face Saint Louis.

Interestingly, Dana Altman has the Oregon Ducks back in contention after four straight victories, beating the Arizona and the Los Angeles schools. Oregon is the first of the next four out, making them the 73rd school overall. You'd have to imagine if Oregon can keep on their winning ways, they have a good shot to make it to March Madness, although in the Pac-12 they'll need to put up as impressive a resume as possible.

For more of Joe Lunardi's bracket at ESPN, click here.

To talk about Gonzaga basketball, head on over The Slipper Still Fits. To discuss Oregon basketball, go to Addicted to Quack.

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