UPDATE: The results of the morning games have been entered into the DPI and there are a few changes to the bracket. Butler and Utah switch spots in the South. Dayton moved slightly ahead of Davidson, but both stay on the 10-line. Ole Miss actually moves ahead of Boise State for the moment, so the Broncos are the last team in. This doesn’t change their matchup, though. Georgia actually moved ahead of Indiana, as well, with the Kentucky win. We’ll see how the AAC Championship goes and whether a Wisconsin win boosts the resumes of Boise State and Indiana, which could push the Rebels out after all.
UPDATE (2:42 PM): The bubble can breathe a little easier right now. SMU quashed the UConn uprising, relegating the Huskies to the NIT. Wisconsin and Michigan State went to overtime for the first time in Big Ten title game history, and the Badgers made it memorable, shutting Sparty out on their way to a 80-69 victory. Does it earn them the 1-seed? I say yes. On the other end of the bracket, Indiana moves past Georgia, but is still one spot shy of the Field of 68. Boise State stays just above the Hoosiers as the final team in the NCAA Tournament. We’ll see if I’m right in a few minutes.
|3||Iowa State||North Carolina||Baylor||Gonzaga|
|4||Louisville||Wichita State||West Virginia||Oklahoma|
|6||Michigan State||Butler||VCU||Northern Iowa|
|8||NC State||Colorado State||Xavier||San Diego State|
|12||Stephen F. Austin||Wyoming||Valparaiso||Boise State/BYU|
|14||UAB||New Mexico State||Northeastern||Eastern Washington|
|15||North Dakota State||Belmont||Coastal Carolina||UC Irvine|
|16||Lafayette/Robert Morris||North Florida/Hampton||Manhattan||Texas Southern|
LAST FOUR BYES: Davidson, St. John’s (NY), LSU, UCLA
LAST FOUR IN: Miami (FL), BYU, Ole Miss, Boise State
FIRST FOUR OUT: Indiana, Georgia, Illinois, Old Dominion
NEXT FOUR OUT: Tulsa, Texas A&M, Oklahoma State, Richmond