There have been no changes to the bracket the last couple of days, but it is sure to change tomorrow as many teams end their regular seasons, and three conferences crown their tournament champions.
The Atlantic Sun, Big South and Ohio Valley conferences will decided their automatic qualifiers Saturday. All bubble teams will be watching the OVC game closely as Tennessee State tries to steal an at-large bid away when it faces Murray State. The Racers are in the NCAAs, win or lose.
Harvard can also clinch the Ivy League title with a win at Cornell and a loss by Penn to Yale.
Everyone will be talking about North Carolina and Duke, which could have top seed implications, but the games involving teams trying to fight their way into the bracket are more interesting.
West Virginia is at South Florida in a battle of bubble teams. The winner isn't necessarily a lock and the loser isn't necessarily eliminated, but the winner could have a leg up on the loser if they are competiting for a spot in the bracket.
Texas has a chance to make a big splash, and fill a big hole in its tournament profile, when it travels to Kansas. The Longhorns do not have a win away from home of any significance, but I think it's safe to say, winning at Phog would be significant.
Northwestern will try to keep its number of bad losses at zero as it goes on the road to play Iowa. The Hawkeyes have been playing much better the last few weeks, but they are not a tournament team, so it's a must win for the Wildcats.
Washington can wrap up an outright Pac-12 championship with a win at UCLA.
Finally, BYU has a chance to pick up its best win of the season when it faces Gonzaga in the semifinals of the WCC tournament. The Cougars beat the Zags at home earlier this year.