1's: Kansas, Kentucky, Syracuse, Duke
2's: West Virginia, Ohio St., Purdue, Kansas St.
3's: Villanova, Tennessee, Temple, Georgetown
4's: New Mexico, Pittsburgh, Vanderbilt, Wisconsin
5's: BYU, Baylor, Maryland, Michigan St.
6's: Xavier, Texas A&M, Butler, Richmond
7's: Gonzaga, UNLV, California, Northern Iowa
8's: UTEP, Texas, Marquette, Florida St.
9's: Oklahoma St., Old Dominion, St. Mary's, Notre Dame
10's: Clemson, Wake Forest, Missouri, Utah St.
11's: Georgia Tech, San Diego St., Louisville, Cornell
12's: Illinois, Washington, Virginia Tech, Florida
13's: Siena, Rhode Island, Murray St., Oakland
14's: Akron, Wofford, UC-SB, Sam Houston St.
15's: North Texas, Robert Morris, Montana, Morgan St.
16's: Lehigh, ETSU, Vermont, Winthrop, Arkansas-Pine Bluff
Last Four In: Washington, Virginia Tech, Florida, Rhode Island
First Four Out: Seton Hall, Minnesota, Mississippi St., William and Mary
Next Four Out: Arizona St., Mississippi, USF, Memphis
-As predicted, the A-10 bubble imploded today, as SLU and Dayton both lost mandatory games and put themselves off the bubble. (SLU, I know you're young but show up; Dayton, grow up and hold onto a lead).
-Florida still ahead of Mississippi St. despite the head-to-head matchup today. Florida has MUCH better top-flight wins and overall has a better resume than the (pathetic) one Miss St. has to offer.
-William & Mary creeps closer to the bracket, but I don't think they can actually reach it based on a possibly-subsiding bubble and the fact that Seton Hall will always be ahead of them now.
-Georgetown shoots up the rankings probably a day late.
-From about the 7-8 seeds, the field just turns ugly. Hard to order those teams.
-Xavier is O SO CLOSE to a 5 seed. A win over Richmond would do it for sure, especially with Mich St. adding a tourney slip-up to it's already-weakish resume.
-San Diego St. will be in the field. Great, huge win over New Mexico.
-Same tip of the cap to Georgia Tech. Getting Maryland on a neutral floor was HUGE.