Bracketology 2012: Virginia Falls To An 11 Seed, Georgetown And VCU Hold Steady

NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 07: Head coach John Thompson III of the Georgetown Hoyas motions to his team as they play against the Pittsburgh Panthers during their second round game of the 2012 Big East Men's Basketball Tournament at Madison Square Garden on March 7, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

With Selection Sunday just 24 hours away, teams comfortably in the field will be waiting to see where their names will land on the bracket.

SB Nation's resident Bracketologist Chris Dobbertean released his latest bracket, and the Virginia Cavaliers took a big hit following their loss the NC State Wolfpack yesterday in the ACC Quarterfinals. Dobbertean has the Cavaliers as an 11 seed in the West Regional, taking on the Gonzaga Bulldogs Thursday in Pittsburgh, PA.

The Georgetown Hoyas are holding steady as a 3 seed in the West REgional, and would face the Loyola Greyhounds in Pittsburgh as well. The winner of those two games would face each other in the Round of 32.

The Virginia Commonwealth Rams are the 10 seed in the Midwest Regional and would face San Diego State in Omaha, NE on Friday. The winner would face would take on the victor of the Missouri-Montana game later in the day.

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