Ride along as ESPN Bracketologist Joe Lunardi returns to the “Bracket Bunker”

Saturday, Feb. 27, Morning ET: Lunardi begins his journey to Selection Sunday from Middletown, Pa., where he boards an Amtrak train on his way to Bristol. Lunardi reviews an onslaught of data and numbers for his bracket updates.

(Duffy Ross)
(Duffy Ross)
Charlie Creme works on projecting the women’s tournament field

ESPN resident women’s college basketball Bracketologist Charlie Creme has a busy schedule over the next week – two tournaments, a studio visit to ESPNU’s headquarters and a slew of media interviews all while best predicting the 64-team NCAA women’s bracket.

Creme ends this week at the SEC Women’s Tournament in Jacksonville, Fla., on Thursday and Friday, where he will be part of the telecasts and on-site studio presence before heading to ESPNU’s Charlotte, N.C., studios on Saturday and Sunday. He will end the week back in Las Vegas for the West Coast Conference tournament final on Tuesday night. – Rachel Siegal

Who’s in?

Who’s on the bubble?

Who’s out?

These are among the most commonly asked questions in early March as speculation builds about the field for one of the most exciting events in sports – the NCAA Division I Men’s College Basketball Tournament.

ESPN’s resident men’s basketball Bracketologist, Joe Lunardi, will once again share his tournament field projections live from the “Bracket Bunker.” Lunardi’s takes on how the 68-team field is shaping will be integrated throughout ESPN’s college basketball coverage tonight and in the days leading up to Selection Sunday, March 13.

In the photo gallery above, Front Row provides a peek into the life of the man behind Bracketology.

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