Wednesday Bracket

SOUTH

1 Virginia
16 Ark Pine Bluff / UC Irvine

8 Oklahoma
9 Creighton

5 Arizona
12 N Mexico St

4 Texas Tech
13 Buffalo

6 Seton Hall
11 Texas

3 Cincinnati
14 Murray St

7 Miami
10 Providence

2 Auburn
15 N Kentucky

WEST

1 Xavier
16 Penn

8 Virginia Tech
9 Arizona State

5 TCU
12 S Dakota St

4 Clemson
13 Vermont

6 Florida
11 USC

3 West VA
14 UNCG

7 Missouri
10 Butler

2 Purdue
15 UNC Asheville

EAST

1 Villanova
16 FGCU

8 URI
9 NC State

5 Ohio State
12 Baylor / Louisville

4 Wichita State
13 Charleston

6 Houston
11 St Bonaventure

3 Tennessee
14 Rider

7 Texas A&M
10 MTSU

2 N Carolina
15 Wagner

MIDWEST

1 Kansas
16 NC A&T / Nicholls State

8 Nevada
9 Florida State

5 Michigan
12 Kansas St / Washington

4 Kentucky
13 Louisiana

6 Arkansas
11 Loyola-Chicago

3 Michigan St
14 Bucknell

7 Gonzaga
10 Alabama

2 Duke
15 Montana

Bubble / Tournament Picture

We are getting so close to Selection Sunday! Here are the four distinct categories of teams: Tourney Bound, Looking Solid, Truly Bubbly, and Longshots.

Let’s break down each category.

TOURNEY BOUND – These 31 teams are going to the NCAA Tournament:

Villanova, UNC, Kansas, Virginia, Xavier, Auburn, Michigan State, Texas Tech, Cincinnati, Tennessee, Miami, Creighton, Wichita State, Kentucky, Arkansas, Gonzaga, West Virginia, Michigan, Arizona, Duke, Ohio State, Seton Hall, TCU, Clemson, Texas A&M, Houston, Virginia Tech, Florida, Missouri, NC State, and Purdue

LOOKING SOLID – These 7 teams are likely to be in the field and will cement a spot with the following number of regular season wins:

Alabama – 1
Butler – 1
Florida State – 1
Oklahoma – 1
Rhode Island – 1
Arizona State – 2
Nevada – 2

TRULY BUBBLY – These teams represent the “true bubble.” Some will play themselves in comfortably, some will play themselves out, and some will stay on the bubble all the way through the Selection Show:

Providence – There are great wins over Villanova and Xavier, but those were in Providence. The three bad losses could be a differentiator if they fall too close to the cut line. Still, they have to like their chances.

Texas – The Longhorns picked up a desperately needed one-point home win over Oklahoma State before losing at Kansas. Their five Quadrant 1 wins are great, but their 17-13 overall record is not. Still, a home win over West Virginia should be enough to see them through to the NCAAs if they can get it.

USC – The Trojans are playing surprisingly well sans Boatwright. That said, they have ZERO wins against definite tournament teams and a home loss to Princeton. Beating UCLA will make them sleep a whole lot easier.

St Mary’s – The Gaels seemingly put themselves in position to miss the tournament ever year by failing to schedule tough out of conference. This year is no different. They’ll need to beat BYU in the WCC tournament and hope other bubble teams falter to make the field.

Syracuse – The Orange have a very mediocre profile, but that’s enough to keep them on the bubble. Wins at Miami and Louisville will help, but there isn’t a marquee win on the resume. That will hurt if they fail to beat Clemson.

Washington – Winning at likely one seed Kansas is a huge feather in the cap that should take away all of the sting from losing to Oregon State. It’s crucial that the Huskies defend their home court against the two Oregon schools to close out the year. If they do, they’ll likely find themselves on the right side of the bubble.

Kansas State – This profile is nice, but TCU at home, at Texas, and at Baylor shouldn’t be your best three wins of the year if you’re trying to make the tournament from a power conference. Protecting their home court against Baylor would leave them on the right side of the bubble for the time being.

UCLA – It’s going to be a very tough climb for the Bruins if they can’t beat USC. Even a win there would be no guarantee.

Georgia – A win at home over LSU doesn’t move the needle much, but it was absolutely necessary. The last two are Texas A&M in Athens and at Tennessee. Splitting will keep them alive. Winning both will likely send UGA to the NCAAs.

Middle Tennessee – There are three Quadrant 1 wins, a strong 24th-rated RPI, and no truly bad losses. But they don’t have a single win over a team that is in serious competition for an at-large bid. If MTSU can beat Western Kentucky before falling in the CUSA tournament, then this one will be VERY close.

Louisville – What a HUGE road win in Blacksburg. The Cardinals aren’t just back in it, they’re back into the field. The final two are Virginia at home and at NC State. A win in either might be enough to make the field, but those are two really tough games to end with.

Utah – Getting blown out by USC is not the right statement to make right now, but there is still enough good on the resume to be close (including three Quadrant 1 road wins). It will take a run in the PAC-12 tournament to make it, but this could still happen.

Nebraska – It is looking increasingly likely that Nebraska will go 13-5 in the Big Ten and miss the field. Make a run to the Big Ten final, or else…

Marquette – Winning at Georgetown was step one. Now they need to beat Creighton or make a Big East finals run to have a chance.

Temple – They have two tough road games to close the year. Win both and the Owls will be in better position than most think to make a run at this thing.

St Bonaventure – The Bonnies would likely be in if Selection Sunday were today, but they still have to play Saint Louis on the road. If an at-large is needed, it may very well come down to how many A-10 tournament games they win.

Baylor – The Bears really needed that win over Oklahoma. They’ll get a chance to firm up a bid on the road against Kansas State.

LONGSHOTS – These teams aren’t totally out of it, but their bubble is on the verge of being popped:

Mississippi State, LSU, UCF, Notre Dame, South Carolina, Penn State, Western Kentucky, Loyola-Chicago, and Oklahoma State

If you were keeping count, 38 teams from 9 conferences are Tourney Bound or Looking Solid. That means there are only nine bids available for teams that are Truly Bubbly or Longshots.

Bubble / Tournament Picture

In all the craziness regarding agents, runners, and coaches paying players, we are just TWO weeks from Selection Sunday! With that in mind, the bubble has now trimmed itself and we have four distinct categories of teams: Tourney Bound, Looking Solid, Truly Bubbly, and Longshots.

Let’s break down each category.

TOURNEY BOUND – These 25 teams are going to the NCAA Tournament:

Villanova, UNC, Kansas, Virginia, Xavier, Auburn, Michigan State, Texas Tech, Cincinnati, Tennessee, Wichita State, Kentucky, Arkansas, Gonzaga, West Virginia, Houston,  Michigan, Arizona, Duke, Ohio State, Seton Hall, TCU, Clemson, Texas A&M, and Purdue

LOOKING SOLID – These 11 teams are very likely to be in the field and will cement a spot with the following number of regular season wins:

Alabama – 1
Butler – 1
Creighton – 1
Florida – 1
Florida State – 1
Miami – 1
Missouri – 1
Oklahoma – 1
Arizona State – 2
NC State – 2
Nevada – 2
Rhode Island – 2

TRULY BUBBLY – These teams represent the “true bubble.” Some will play themselves in comfortably, some will play themselves out, and some will stay on the bubble all the way through the Selection Show:

Virginia Tech – The Hokies have great wins, but they lost to Saint Louis, were swept by fellow bubbler Louisville, and have an awful OOC SOS.

Providence – There are great wins over Villanova and Xavier, but those were in Providence. The three bad losses could be a differentiator if they fall too close to the cut line.

Texas – The Longhorns picked up a desperately needed one-point home win over Oklahoma State. Their five Quadrant 1 wins are great, but their 17-12 overall record is not.

USC – The Trojans are playing surprisingly well sans Boatwright. That said, they have ZERO wins against definite tournament teams and a home loss to Princeton. Beating UCLA will make them sleep a whole lot easier.

St Mary’s – The Gaels seemingly put themselves in position to miss the tournament ever year by failing to schedule tough out of conference. This year is no different. They’ll need to beat BYU in the WCC tournament and hope other bubble teams falter to make the field.

Syracuse – The Orange have a very mediocre profile, but that’s enough to keep them on the bubble. Wins at Miami and Louisville will help, but there isn’t a marquee win on the resume. That will hurt if they fail to beat Clemson.

Washington – Winning at likely one seed Kansas is a huge feather in the cap that should take away all of the sting from losing to Oregon State. It’s crucial that the Huskies defend their home court against the two Oregon schools to close out the year. If they do, they’ll likely stay on the right side of the bubble.

Kansas State – At Oklahoma was a chance to really move into a safer position, but the Wildcats instead find themselves still hanging out in the 11 line. This profile is nice, but TCU at home, at Texas, and at Baylor shouldn’t be your best three wins of the year if you’re trying to make the tournament from a power conference. Winning at TCU and protecting their home court against Baylor should be enough to punch a ticket to the dance.

UCLA – Winning at Colorado would’ve helped out a lot, but the Bruins lost a close one.  Winning at USC is now a must. If not, they’ll have to do a ton of conference tournament damage, and even that might not be enough.

Georgia – A win at home over LSU doesn’t move the needle much, but it was absolutely necessary. The last two are Texas A&M in Athens and at Tennessee. Splitting will keep them alive. Winning both will likely send UGA to the NCAAs.

Middle Tennessee – The Blue Raiders actually moved up a line in the bracket today behind steady and impressive work in Conference USA. There are three Quadrant 1 wins, a strong 24th-rated RPI, and no truly bad losses. But they don’t have a single win over a team that is in serious competition for an at-large bid. If MTSU can beat Western Kentucky before falling in the CUSA tournament, then this one will be VERY close.

Louisville – What a HUGE road win in Blacksburg. The Cardinals aren’t just back in it, they’re back into the field as an 11. The final two are Virginia at home and at NC State. A win in either might be enough to make the field, but those are two really tough games to end with.

Utah – Getting blown out by USC is not the right statement to make right now, but there is still enough good on the resume to be close (including three Quadrant 1 road wins). It will take a run in the PAC-12 tournament to make it, but this could still happen.

Nebraska – It is looking increasingly likely that Nebraska will go 13-5 in the Big Ten and miss the field. Beating Penn State was a great start, but it probably won’t matter unless the Cornhuskers make the Big Ten final.

Mississippi State – Things were not looking great in StarkVegas, but the Bulldogs came back to beat South Carolina and keep the dream alive. Nine games against Quadrant 4 in the non-conference is really going to hurt, though.

Temple – Anything less than winning their last two regular season games should prove fatal, but if they win those two they’re going to be right in the thick of the race.

St Bonaventure – The Bonnies would likely be in if Selection Sunday were today, but the schedule is a bit of a problem to finish. They get Davidson at home and Saint Louis on the road. Neither is an easy game, but neither will do much to help the resume. If an at-large is needed, it may very well come down to how many A-10 tournament games they win.

Baylor – The Bears can’t afford to lose to both Oklahoma and Kansas State. If they beat both, though, they’ll all of a sudden be in great position to make the field.

Marquette – They desperately need to beat both Georgetown and Creighton, but they’ll be right near the cutline if they do.  That loss at DePaul was not fatal, but they likely can’t lose another regular season game.

LONGSHOTS – These teams aren’t totally out of it, but their bubble is on the verge of being popped:

LSU, UCF, Notre Dame, South Carolina, Oregon, Penn State, Western Kentucky, Loyola-Chicago, and Oklahoma State

If you were keeping count, 37 teams from 9 conferences are Tourney Bound or Looking Solid. That means there are only eight bids available for teams that are Truly Bubbly or Longshots.

Sunday Bracket

Texas Tech’s Tenuous Spot on the Three Line

Kansas went into Lubbock and won a thriller over Texas Tech. The result sends Kansas to three overall on the one line and sends Texas Tech down to the 12th overall seed, perilously close to dropping to a four. Here is the team sheet:

There are 11 Quadrant 1/2 wins, sure, but only two of those are against current top five seeds. And that non-conference strength of schedule (or lack thereof) will continue to haunt the Red Raiders through Selection Sunday. A two seed is still possible if they win out, but a one seed is now out of the picture.

Virginia Tech’s Costly Home Loss

The Hokies weren’t in a position to lock a bid merely by beating Louisville at home, but they would’ve all but ensured they would get their name called on Selection Sunday. Instead, some clutch three point shooting by the Cardinals sends the Hokies down to a spot on the bubble with a home game against Duke and road game against Miami left to go. One of the most interesting selections a couple weeks from now will revolve around the Hokies, including their win at Virginia and their poor out of conference schedule, if they fail to win one of those two and/or go on a strong run in the ACC Tournament.

SOUTH

1 Virginia
16 Bethune-Cookman / UC Irvine

8 Creighton
9 Nevada

5 Arizona
12 Loyola-Chicago

4 West Virginia
13 S Dakota St

6 Florida St
11 Texas

3 Tennessee
14 ETSU

7 Texas A&M
10 Virginia Tech

2 Purdue
15 N Kentucky

WEST

1 Xavier
16 Penn

8 Miami
9 Missouri

5 Wichita St
12 Buffalo

4 Ohio State
13 Vermont

6 Gonzaga
11 USC

3 Texas Tech
14 Murray St

7 Arkansas
10 Providence

2 Duke
15 UNC Asheville

EAST

1 Villanova
16 FGCU

8 Arizona St
9 Alabama

5 Rhode Island
12 New Mexico St

4 Kentucky
13 Charleston

6 Seton Hall
11 Kansas St / Louisville

3 Michigan St
14 Rider

7 Oklahoma
10 St Bonaventure

2 N Carolina
15 Wagner

MIDWEST

1 Kansas
16 Ark Pine Bluff / Nicholls State

8 Florida
9 Butler

5 Michigan
12 Baylor / UCLA

4 Clemson
13 Louisiana

6 TCU
11 MTSU

3 Cincinnati
14 Bucknell

7 Houston
10 NC State

2 Auburn
15 Montana

Bubble / Tournament Picture

A lot of teams are creeping towards lock status. Keep in mind, how many wins a team needs to become a lock isn’t just based on their current resume, but the potential bad losses and good wins that remain on their future schedule. So a team like Houston might need to win more games than Creighton to lock a bid since Creighton has a much more difficult remaining schedule. With that in mind, the bubble has now trimmed itself and we have four distinct categories of teams: Tourney Bound, Looking Solid, Truly Bubbly, and Longshots.

Let’s break down each category.

TOURNEY BOUND – These 18 teams, including some new additions, are going to the NCAA Tournament:

Villanova, UNC, Kansas, Virginia, Xavier, Auburn, Michigan State, Texas Tech, Cincinnati, Tennessee, Wichita State, Kentucky, West Virginia, Michigan, Arizona, Duke, Ohio State, and Purdue

LOOKING SOLID – These 16 teams are likely to be in the field and will cement a spot with the following number of regular season wins:

Alabama – 1
Arkansas – 1
Butler – 1
Clemson – 1
Gonzaga – 1
Missouri – 1
Florida State – 1
Seton Hall – 1
TCU – 1
Texas A&M – 1
Rhode Island – 1
Miami – 2
Oklahoma – 2
Arizona State – 2
Houston – 2
Virginia Tech – 2

TRULY BUBBLY – These teams represent the “true bubble.” Some will play themselves in comfortably, some will play themselves out, and some will stay on the bubble all the way through the Selection Show:

Providence, Creighton, Texas, USC, Nevada, St Mary’s, Syracuse, Marquette, Washington, Kansas State, UCLA, Georgia, Middle Tennessee, NC State, Louisville, Florida, Utah, Nebraska, Mississippi State, Temple, St Bonaventure, Baylor, and LSU

LONGSHOTS – These teams aren’t totally out of it, but their bubble is on the verge of being popped:

South Carolina, UCF, Notre Dame, Penn State, Western Kentucky, Loyola-Chicago, and Oklahoma State

If you were keeping count, 34 teams from 8 conferences are Tourney Bound or Looking Solid. That means there are only ten bids available for teams that are Truly Bubbly or Longshots.

Friday Bracket

Creighton’s Slide to the Bubble

At first glance, Creighton looks pretty safely in the field. They have a winning Big East record, 8 wins against the first two quadrants, and their worst RPI loss is against Baylor on a neutral court. But look at this team sheet:


It’s not as nice as you’d think, right? St John’s and Seton Hall are the only Quadrant 1 wins, they are just 4-6 in true road games, and there isn’t a single game that really grabs your attention. It would be great to see Marcus Foster get one last chance to dance, but they may need beat either Villanova or Marquette to do it.

SOUTH

1 Virginia
16 NC A&T / FGCU

8 Missouri
9 Nevada

5 Ohio State
12 MTSU

4 Tennessee
13 Charleston

6 Arizona St
11 Providence

3 Texas Tech
14 UCSB

7 Florida St
10 Kansas St

2 Purdue
15 Wright State

WEST

1 Kansas
16 Southern / Nicholls St

8 Virginia Tech
9 Butler

5 Wichita State
12 Loyola-Chicago

4 Kentucky
13 Louisiana

6 Gonzaga
11 Baylor / St Mary’s

3 Arizona
14 Rider

7 Houston
10 Creighton

2 Duke
15 Bucknell

EAST

1 Villanova
16 Wagner

8 Miami
9 Arkansas

5 Rhode Island
12 Buffalo

4 West Virginia
13 Vermont

6 TCU
11 Washington

3 Cincinnati
14 Murray St

7 Texas A&M
10 St Bonaventure

2 UNC
15 UNCA

MIDWEST

1 Xavier
16 Penn

8 Oklahoma
9 NC State

5 Michigan
12 New Mex St

4 Clemson
13 S Dakota St

6 Alabama
11 USC / Texas

3 Michigan St
14 ETSU

7 Seton Hall
10 Florida

2 Auburn
15 Montana

Thursday Bracket

SEC Adds a Four Seed

The Kentucky Wildcats locked up a bid with a win at Arkansas on Tuesday night. While they don’t feel four seed worthy, they also move to sixteenth overall in the bracket behind their wins at West Virginia and Arkansas, proving to be just enough to edge out Ohio State and Wichita State for the SEC’s second four seed (along with Tennessee).

Virginia Tech

The Hokies beat Clemson on Wednesday night to pair with wins over Virginia and UNC. While the Hokies and their 50th-rated RPI are not a lock, it would take an absolute disaster to see them miss the field. Even winning at home against Louisville this weekend should be enough.

SOUTH

1 Virginia
16 NC A&T / FGCU

8 Missouri
9 Providence

5 Ohio State
12 MTSU

4 Tennessee
13 Charleston

6 Houston
11 UCLA / St Mary’s

3 Texas Tech
14 UCSB

7 Florida St
10 Washington

2 Purdue
15 Wright State

WEST

1 Kansas
16 Southern / Nicholls St

8 Virginia Tech
9 Butler

5 Wichita State
12 Loyola-Chicago

4 Kentucky
13 Louisiana

6 Gonzaga
11 Kansas St

3 Arizona
14 Rider

7 Arizona St
10 Creighton

2 Duke
15 Bucknell

EAST

1 Villanova
16 Wagner

8 Miami
9 Arkansas

5 Rhode Island
12 Buffalo

4 West Virginia
13 Vermont

6 TCU
11 Florida

3 Cincinnati
14 Murray St

7 Texas A&M
10 St Bonaventure

2 UNC
15 UNCA

MIDWEST

1 Xavier
16 Penn

8 Oklahoma
9 Nevada

5 Michigan
12 New Mex St

4 Clemson
13 S Dakota St

6 Alabama
11 USC / Texas

3 Michigan St
14 ETSU

7 Seton Hall
10 NC State

2 Auburn
15 Montana

One Seed Odds

We are getting close to Selection Sunday, which means the group of one seed contenders is shrinking.

Here are the one seed odds of the realistic contenders:

VIRGINIA – 99% – The Hoos have two losses and eight Quadrant 1 wins. They’re basically a shoe in for the one line.

VILLANOVA – 93% – This isn’t a guarantee, but Jay Wright’s guys have eight Quadrant 1 wins, seven Quadrant 2 wins, and a sweep of Xavier. It will be a real surprise if they don’t end up as the one seed in the East.

XAVIER – 67% – The closing stretch is more than manageable, but it also means any loss before the Big East final could be very costly. Winning out through the Big East final will get them on the one line, but it might be a tough sell if Villanova beats them for a third time.

KANSAS – 66% – Bill Self’s guys are focused on winning a 14th straight Big XII Championship. If they do, they’ll likely get a third straight one seed. In their way, though, is a very hard trip to Lubbock to play Texas Tech and a trip to Stillwater, which has been close to an automatic loss for KU in recent years.

AUBURN – 41% – If Auburn can win both the SEC regular season and tournament, it will be very hard to keep them from being, at worst, fifth overall. Whether they rise above that may depend on how Xavier and Kansas do. More likely, Auburn isn’t going to make it to Selection Sunday with only four losses.

TEXAS TECH – 27% – The Red Raiders are currently on the three line, but their closing stretch includes Kansas at home and West Virginia on the road. In other words, there is ample time to significantly beef up the profile. Even with a potential regular season Big XII Championship, though, a tourney title is likely necessary to get all the way up to the one line.

DUKE – 26% – Coach K’s team is lurking just close enough to the one line to get there. But without an ACC tournament title, it’s hard to see that happening. Even with a tournament championship, they might need to win out.

MICHIGAN STATE – 25% – The Big Ten Champions are still suffering from a lack of quality wins. They must win out through the Big Ten tournament or it won’t happen. Even then, they still might only be looking at four Quadrant 1 wins, which would be historically low for a one seed. This could easily be one of the most griped about seeds in years if Michigan State enters the NCAAs as a two seed with only three losses.

PURDUE – 25% – The Boilermakers are far from out of this, despite a recent tough patch. What could help Purdue is drawing both a strong Big Ten semis and final opponent to bolster an already strong resume. Without a Big Ten tournament title, though, the one seed dream appears remote.

NORTH CAROLINA – 17% – Nobody is talking about UNC as a one seed, but it’s not as crazy as it sounds. They already own nine Quadrant 1 wins and their closing stretch is very tough. That means they can really add to an already nice resume. It probably won’t happen, but it could still happen for the reigning champs.

ALL OTHERS – 14% combined

Tuesday Bracket

No major changes. Oklahoma drops to an 8 and Seton Hall moves to 7. Miami moves to an 8 and Providence moves back to a 9 .

SOUTH

1 Virginia
16 Southern / FGCU

8 Oklahoma
9 Providence

5 West Virginia
12 Middle Tennessee

4 Tennessee
13 Louisiana

6 Rhode Island
11 Syracuse

3 Texas Tech
14 Murray St

7 Arizona State
10 Florida

2 Purdue
15 Bucknell

WEST

1 Kansas
16 Savannah St / Nicholls St

8 Creighton
9 Virginia Tech

5 Texas A&M
12 New Mexico St

4 Arizona
13 S Dakota St

6 Missouri
11 NC State / Texas

3 Michigan St
14 Wright St

7 Michigan
10 Butler

2 UNC
15 Montana

EAST

1 Villanova
16 UNCA

8 Florida State
9 Nevada

5 Alabama
12 Loyola-Chicago

4 Ohio State
13 Vermont

6 Arkansas
11 Baylor / UCLA

3 Cincinnati
14 Rider

7 Seton Hall
10 St Bonaventure

2 Duke
15 UCSB

MIDWEST

1 Xavier
16 Penn

8 Miami
9 TCU

5 Kentucky
12 Buffalo

4 Wichita State
13 ETSU

6 Gonzaga
11 Kansas St

3 Clemson
14 Charleston

7 Houston
10 St Mary’s

2 Auburn
15 Wagner

Magic Numbers (to clinch NCAA bids)

It’s Magic Number time! Last year, all 68 NCAA teams were correctly picked on this site and 67 of the 68 were placed exactly on their seed line or within one line of their actual seed. So we can identify with reasonable precision where your team stands in the pecking order and we can now see a regular season path to the NCAAs as an at-large for every team with realistic hopes of a bid.

These teams are NCAA locks:

Virginia, Villanova, Duke, UNC, Kansas, Cincinnati, Michigan State, Purdue, Ohio State, Tennessee, Wichita State, Auburn, Texas Tech, West Virginia, and Xavier

Some teams are still alive but not mentioned below because they cannot win enough games before their conference tournament to clinch a bid, even if they would very likely make the tournament by winning out in the regular season (for example, LSU will very likely make the field if they win their last four regular season games). Other teams mentioned below will very likely make the field with one less win than asked for, but they wouldn’t be absolute locks without other teams faltering.

Here is the number of remaining REGULAR SEASON games your favorite team needs to win to clinch a tournament bid (factoring in strength of remaining schedule):

American

Houston – 3

ACC

Clemson – 1
Florida State – 2
Miami – 3
Louisville – 3
Virginia Tech – 3
Syracuse – 3
NC State – 4

Atlantic 10

Rhode Island – 3

Big XII

TCU – 2
Baylor – 3
Kansas State – 3
Oklahoma – 3
Texas – 3

Big East

Creighton – 2
Seton Hall – 2
Providence – 3
Butler – 3

Big Ten

Michigan – 1

Mountain West

Nevada – 4

Pac-12

Arizona – 1
Arizona State – 3
UCLA – 3
USC – 3
Washington – 4

SEC

Alabama – 1
Arkansas – 1
Kentucky – 1
Missouri – 1
Texas A&M – 1
Florida – 2
Georgia – 3
Mississippi St – 4

West Coast

Gonzaga – 2