The NCAA tournament is approaching, and with it comes the excitement of bubble games. In this update, Arizona has replaced Tennessee as a projected No. 1 seed, after completing a weekend road sweep against Colorado in blowout fashion. This victory cooled the hot Tennessee team and shortened their stay as a No. 1 seed on the top line. Meanwhile, Clemson and Virginia are trending upwards, while Wisconsin and Kentucky are headed in the opposite direction.
In terms of regional header teams, Connecticut, Purdue, and Houston remain in their positions. However, there are some changes coming to the “last four in” slots – Mississippi and Utah have moved into two of those spots, while Nebraska and Nevada round out the final two. Gonzaga, Cincinnati, Villanova, and Wake Forest are included in the “first four out,” while Colorado, Seton Hall, St. John’s, and Providence are part of the “next four out.”
It’s worth noting that there is a possibility of a six-bid Mountain West Conference being added to the mix as well. With multiple “multi-bid leagues” including Big 12, SEC, Big Ten, Mountain West