Bracketology 2012: UConn A 10-Seed, Harvard An 11-Seed In Joe Lunardi's Latest Brackets

Feb 25, 2012; Storrs, CT, USA; Connecticut Huskies guard/forward Jeremy Lamb (3) drives the ball in the first half against the Syracuse Orange at Gampel Pavilion. Mandatory Credit: David Butler II-US PRESSWIRE

UConn moved up to a 10-seed while Harvard fell to an 11-seed in the latest bracketology.

The Connecticut Huskies are now a 10-seed for the NCAA tournament in ESPN analyst Joe Lunardi's latest bracketology (via ESPN). The Harvard Crimson have dropped to an 11-seed.

When we last checked in on the brackets, UConn was an 11-seed while Harvard was a 10-seed. UConn and Harvard switched seeds but not places. The Huskies are in the East bracket vs. 7-seed Gonzaga. The Crimson are projected to land in the Midwest bracket against 6-seed Creighton.

A few days ago, UConn was in the East regional against 7-seed Kansas State and Harvard was also in the East against 6-seed New Mexico. Since that last update, Harvard fell, 55-54 to Penn in Ivy League play and UConn lost to Syracuse, 71-69.

No team seeded higher than 11th has ever reached a Final Four. The 11-seed has only reached the Final Four three times (LSU 1986, George Mason 2006 and VCU 2011).

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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