BREAKING THE BRACKET: Last ones in
By now we've figured out who the good teams are going to be in the 65-team NCAA tournament, or at least the ones who will earn the top seeds.
But what about the not-so-good? With the final pool of at-large candidates among the weakest in years, our attention turns to the last teams in.
The feeling here is the committee's job is to take the teams which have the best likelihood of winning a championship, even if it's just remote.
Which means teams like Indiana, which may stink now but has beaten