It’s that special time again. Time for the step brother of NCAA men’s basketball. It started to get really popular right after the Super Bowl. And as mid-March approaches it is getting more attention from college basketball fans. It is the Sport of Bracketology. Which teams are going to be in, which teams are going to be out? Where will the teams be seeded? Who will they play? Everyone will speculate and predict, until the committee releases the official tournament brackets on March 17. Then the next couple of days, the so-called expects will talk about what the committee got wrong. But it’s all part of the fun of March Madness.