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The Big East POY award might be Scottie Reynolds’ to lose.
The Colonials hung with Pitt for a half.
Winning at Wisconsin does wonders for their résumé.
The ‘Noles need to win at Virginia this week.
Bounced back nicely from their Richmond loss by crushing URI.
Season sweep of Mississippi will help them down the road.
Saint Mary’s was no match for the ‘Zags in Spokane.
The Grizzlies should finish 17-1 in the Summit.
at New Orleans
The Demon Deacons are the best team no one talks about.
Home loss to The Citadel certainly wasn’t expected.
The Cougars hit the road for games at Colorado State and Wyoming.
The 49ers’ effort against Dayton left a lot to be desired.
The Tigers need to defend their home court against Texas.
The Gators need a 2-0 week in the worst way.
The win at Michigan State has the Boilers eyeing a No. 1 seed.
The Bears are still perfect (10-0) in the MEAC.
SALT LAKE CITY REGION
Hard to believe they’ve lost five straight to Louisville.
An auto bid would be Belmont’s fourth in five years.
Despite a lot of big wins, a 5-6 ACC record is troubling.
The Miners have established themselves as C-USA’s best.
at San Jose
A three-win week keeps the Bulldogs a top-five seed.
Big road win over Oklahoma keeps the Cowboys in the field.
The Lobos opened some eyes with a double-digit win at UNLV.
Another loss this week, and the Rebels’ bubble is burst.
Despite the loss to Illinois, the Badgers are a solid 3-seed.
The Golden Flashes are now tied with Akron atop the MAC East.
The Vols still have no good SEC road wins.
Nice RPI, but not too many good wins on the Rams’ résumé.
at Oklahoma City
The loss at Bradley doesn’t hurt their at-large chances too much.
Huge week ahead for the streaking Eagles (vs. Pitt, at Cincy).
The Wildcats haven’t been this high all season.
The Bearkats could very well go unbeaten in the Southland.
Wall was great, but Bledsoe was the difference vs. the Vols.
Lehigh/ Jackson State
Fun fact: Lehigh lost the play-in game to Florida A&M back in 2004.
The win over FSU may have gotten the Tigers back on track.
A sweep of the Oregon schools would be huge for its at-large hopes.
at San Jose
The Longhorns are the most schizophrenic team in the country.
The Saints were due to lose a MAAC game at some point.
A two-loss week knocks WVU down from the two line.
Tied with Butler at 15 for the nation’s longest active win streak.
Lucas looked great (24 points) against Penn State.
The Wildcats avenged their loss to Northern Colorado.
The Aggies are the hottest Big 12 team not named Kansas.
Does anyone want to win the Colonial?
The streaking Spiders enter this week on top of the A-10.
The win at ‘Cuse cancels out the head-scratcher vs. St. John’s.
The Blue Devils showed Maryland who the ACC’s best team is.
The Seawolves have now won seven in a row.
ST. LOUIS REGION
at Oklahoma City
The clear front-runner for this year’s top overall seed.
Middle Tennessee State
The Sun Belt is as wide open as it’s been in years.
A two-loss week is tough, but they have an easy slate left.
The Terps have a huge three-game week to handle.
at New Orleans
Triple OT win over WVU was the game of the year so far.
Loss to Penn may be the most shocking result of the season.
There’s no question who the SEC’s second-best team is now.
The Blazers’ OOC résumé is the only thing keeping them in.
UC Santa Barbara
Big West auto bid will come down to the Gauchos and Pacific.
Big win for the Bears at home over Missouri.
The Aggies could snag an at-large if the bubble stays weak.
Road win over Florida might have locked up their bid.
The Hokies are on a roll; can they upset Wake at home?
We love their chances at Michigan State on Saturday.
They still lead the Big South, but watch out for Winthrop.
The last schools in: Rhode Island, Mississippi State, Mississippi, UAB.
Waiting to get in: Dayton, Cincinnati, Northwestern, Wichita State.