|3||Kansas||19||Florida||35||Arkansas||53||Fla Gulf Coast|
|5||Kentucky||21||St. Mary’s||37||Texas Tech||55||New Mex St|
|6||Florida St||22||Cincinnati||38||SMU||56||Ga Southern|
|9||Louisville||25||Indiana||41||Pittsburgh||59||N Dakota St|
|11||Notre Dame||27||Clemson||43||Mid Ten||61||Bucknell|
|12||W Virginia||28||Va Tech||44||Ole Miss||62||Belmont|
|13||N Carolina||29||Wisconsin||45||Iowa St||63||Texas So|
|14||Duke||30||Seton Hall||46||VCU||64||New Orleans|
|16||Virginia||32||TCU||48||UNC-Wilm||66||Mt St Mary’s|
|49||Illinois St||67||Weber St|
- Next five out: Michigan, Miami, Utah, Georgia, California, Kansas St
- The bubble teams are a mess. A lot of not very impressive resumes.
- There ar 23 one-bid leagues and none of them have very strong resumes. Mid Ten has the strongest with wins against UNC-W and Ole Miss.
- 11 of the 15 ACC teams are currently in, but Wake Forest, Pitt, and NC State are all very vulnerable right now. Fortunately for them they have many chances to improve the resume. Unfortunately, they are staring at the likelihood of losses piling up.
- Indiana’s RPI is terrible, but they have a decent resume. The lowest RPI at-large bid I’ve seen get in was 66, but the committee is talking about looking at other metrics, which will make this job harder.
- Is it March yet?