In recent bracketology updates, Arizona has emerged as the projected No. 1 seed in the upcoming NCAA tournament, replacing Tennessee. This change occurred after Arizona completed a weekend road sweep against Colorado in blowout fashion, following a quick turnaround from an overtime win at Utah. The victory cooled off a hot Tennessee team and marked their short-lived stay as a No. 1 seed on the top line.
Furthermore, other regional header teams remain the same, with Connecticut, Purdue, and Houston holding onto their positions. Clemson and Virginia are trending upwards, while Wisconsin and Kentucky are moving in opposite directions. The Mountain West Conference is also still a possibility for six bids.
In addition to these changes, there have been some significant movements within the “last four in” slots. Mississippi and Utah are now being projected as two of the teams that could make it into the tournament, while Nebraska and Nevada are also being considered. Meanwhile, Gonzaga, Cincinnati, Villanova, and Wake Forest are among those who are currently being considered for “first four out” status.
Colorado is another team that could potentially earn a bid if they win some key bubble games coming up over the next week. Some of these games include Marquette at Butler, Iowa State at Cincinnati, St