2019 NCAA tournament bracket projection for Baylor Bears

If this season has taught Baylor coach Scott Drew anything, it's that he might want to spend some time during the offseason studying medicine. With all the injuries the Bears sustained this season, he might want to prepare for the future with a little doctor training. Second-leading scorer Tristan Clark played 15 games before going down because of a season-ending knee injury. Leading scorer Makai Mason missed several games because of a bruised toe, and starting guard King McClure was sidelined because of a bum knee. It all contributed to an up-and-down regular season that closed with three consecutive losses, including a senior night face plant against Oklahoma State.

Can the Bears find the medicine to string some tournament wins together?

ESPN Insider has your answers, as Joe Lunardi has enlisted a team of Bracketologists to compile advanced metrics, key scouting intel and best- and worst-case tournament scenarios for all 68 teams to help you make smart picks in your bracket.