Bracketology 2012 Update: UConn Slips, Harvard Holds Steady In Joe Lunardi's Latest Brackets

UConn fell two spots to an 11-seed in the latest bracketology while Harvard remained a 10-seed.

In the latest bracketology from ESPN analyst Joe Lunardi, The Harvard Crimson are a 10-seed and the Connecticut Huskies are an 11-seed (via ESPN).

Connecticut has fallen two seeds from the Feb. 17 bracketology by Lunardi. Harvard's positioning remained the same but they are playing in a new regional.

UConn was a 9-seed in the South regional against 8-seed Memphis on Feb. 17 but are now projected as the 11-seed in that regional against 6-seed Murray State. The drop in seeds for the Huskies would have them traveling to Albuquerque, New Mexico, for the game instead of to Louisville, Kentucky, as they would as the 9-seed. The Huskies' 7-8 Big East record has them buried in league play. However, UConn has won two of their last three games.

Harvard still plays 7-seed Vanderbilt in the latest projections. However, instead of being in the East regional, the Crimson are now slotted in the Midwest regional. The Crimson are 23-3 overall and lead the Ivy League with a 9-1 record.

For more UConn news and updates be sure to check out The UConn Blog. For more on Harvard and the rest of Boston's college basketball area go to SB Nation Boston.

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