I thought you’d never ask. Lucky for you, Joe Lunardi has a fresh batch of brackets just in time for the weekend.
There’s good news for the Wildcats, if you consider no movement at all to be good news. Kentucky is still a four-seed, this time paired with one-seed Baylor and two-seed Duke in Houston.
In 98 brackets compiled by Bracket Matrix, Kentucky has an average seed of 4.87.
On the road this Saturday to face Auburn, ranked No. 26 in the NCAA’s NET ratings, the Wildcats could add a valuable Quadrant I win to their growing NCAA Tournament resume.