Through Games Played 1/12/2015
1: Kentucky, Virginia, Duke, Villanova
2: Wisconsin, Gonzaga, Utah, Kansas
3: Arizona, North Carolina, Louisville, Iowa St.
4: Maryland, VCU, Oklahoma, Wichita St.
5: Baylor, Seton Hall, Notre Dame, Arkansas
6: Texas, Oklahoma St., West Virginia, Cincinnati
7: Iowa, Dayton, Michigan St., SMU
8: George Washington, Providence, Butler, Ohio St.
9: San Diego St., St. John's, NC State, Old Dominion
10: Temple, UConn, Georgetown, Green Bay
11: Syracuse, Stanford, Wyoming, LSU / Northern Iowa
12: Xavier / Indiana, Harvard, Tulsa, La Tech
13: Sam Houston St., Bowling Green, Hofstra, Wofford
14: Coastal Carolina, Eastern Washington, NC Central, UC-Davis
15: Monmouth, New Mexico St., SC Upstate, UL Lafayette
16: Eastern Illinois, N Dakota St., Boston Univ. / St Francis (PA), Tx Southern / Albany
Last 4 Byes: UConn, Georgetown, Syracuse, Stanford
Last 4 In: LSU, Northern Iowa, Xavier, Indiana
First 4 Out: Colorado St., Georgia, BYU, Illinois
Next 4 Out: Washington, Florida, Miami (FL), Michigan
Others: Alabama, Davidson, Oregon, South Carolina, Colorado
Fringe: Tulane, Rhode Island, Pitt, Georgia Tech, Marquette, Penn St., Minnesota, Purdue, UTEP, Buffalo, Loyola (IL), UNLV, California, Texas A&M, Ole Miss, St. Mary's
-As of this writing, 3 possible "bid stealers" exist. Tulsa, Louisiana Tech, and Wyoming all have their conference's auto-bid, taking that honor from Cincinnati/SMU/UConn, Old Dominion, and San Diego St., respectively, who all merit at-large bids. Were those at-large teams to win their conference tournaments, 3 more bids would open up. Tulsa, La Tech, and Wyoming would be considered for an at-large bid, but probably would not make the cut at this time.
-Relevant to the above - I take the current leader in the conference standings as the auto-bid. In the event of a tie, I will take the best overall record.