Country Bracket

The NCAA tournament begins tonight with LIU Brooklyn and Radford playing for the chance to play number one seed Villanova. Sixth seeded Florida will wait on the winner of tonight’s other game. Number 11 UCLA takes on St. Bonaventure.

If there were a country bracket here is how I would place the teams. sixty-four is way too may, so I’ll go with the top sixteen. There would be brackets for men, women, duos and groups together and new artist. Kind of like the award show categories.

In the men’s bracket I would seed it this way number one Blake Shelton followed by Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean and Thomas Rhett. In the women’s bracket Carrie Underwood would have the top spot followed by Miranda Lambert, Kelsea Ballerini and Maren Morris. In the duos/groups the number one would be Florida Georgia Line. Then it’s Lady Antebellum, Old Dominion and Rascal Flatts. In new artist bracket. Luke Combs would be my pick for number one followed by Midland, Lauren Alaina and Brett Young.

That means Blake Shelton would take on Thomas Rhett in the first round. Luke Bryan would match up against Jason Aldean in the men’s bracket. Carrie Underwood would take on Maren Morris and Miranda Lambert would square off against Kelsea Ballerini in the women’s bracket. In the Duo/group bracket Florida Georgia Line plays Rascal Flatts and Lady Antebellum meets Old Dominion. In the new artist bracket Luke Combs would meet Brett Young and Midland would take on Lauren Alaina.

Blake Shelton would top the men’s bracket, Carrie Underwood would wins the women’s bracket, Old Dominion would make it out of the duos/group bracket and the new artist would be Midland.

Blake Shelton would beat Midland and Carrie Underwood would squeak by Old Dominion.

Blake Shelton would be crowned the winner of the country bracket.

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