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Bracketology: Boise State slipping out of some brackets

Boise State is clearly on the bubble after losing to San Diego State, and now they are dropping out of some brackets all together.

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After Boise State falling to San Diego State on Wednesday night, they are starting to creep to the wrong side of the bubble after that lose. The Broncos should still hear their name called on Selection Sunday, but they need other tournaments to go according to plan with no bid thieves out there.

Currently according to the Bracket Matrix, Boise State is out of 11 brackets, and the loss could possibly have the Broncos playing in the opening round in Dayton.

San Diego State made their case to move out of the eight/nine seed line with the win, and with Colorado State likely missing Dorian Green they could move up even higher if they make the title game.

UNLV is staying strong with a possible six seed, and New Mexico is more and more likely looking like that a two seed is the highest they will be.

As of present time here is the average seeding for each Mountain West team that is projected to be in the tournament, with their average seeds:

New Mexico -- 2.89 (Highest: 2, Lowest: 5)
UNLV -- 6.01 (Highest: 5, Lowest: 8)
Colorado State -- 6.64 (Highest: 5, Lowest: 10)
San Diego State -- 8.72 (Highest: 7, Lowest: 11)
Boise State -- 11.17 (Highest: 9, Lowest: Out of bracket)