Bracketology: No. 1 seeds are set for Selection Sunday after late Kansas leap to No. 1 line

 Bracketology: No. 1 seeds are set for Selection Sunday after late Kansas leap to No. 1 line

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Gonzaga, Arizona, Kansas and Baylor have all the earmarks of being set as the groups who will be declared as No.1 seeds for the NCAA Tournament

Bracketology: No. 1 seeds are set for Selection Sunday after late Kansas leap to No. 1 line

Saturday was one more day of upsets that impacted the two closures of the section.

The greatest was Virginia Tech beating Duke to win the ACC Tournament. 

That is the second significant occasion that Duke has neglected to win in mentor Mike Krzyzewski's last season.

 Nonetheless, the section suggestion is that the Hokies took a bid. 

I don't completely accept that they were getting into the NCAA competition without winning the ACC.

The group that is currently out is SMU. The Mustangs lost to Memphis in the American Athletic Conference Tournament elimination rounds and dropped out of the section. 

SMU has one of the most awful strength of timetable rankings of any group seeking a spot in the field and has two awful misfortunes, remembering one for Quad 4. 

The Mustangs have not done what's needed great to compensate for that.

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The favorites in the section are presently set, I accept. Gonzaga ought to be the by and large No. 1 on choice Sunday, trailed by Pac-12 hero Arizona, Big 12 top dog Kansas and ruling public boss Baylor.

There are no games left that can impact the top line of the section. Coppery and Kentucky are out of the SEC Tournament. 

Purdue didn't get sufficient rivals in the Big Ten Tournament to make a push for the top line. The Boilermakers will confront Iowa for the Big Ten title on Sunday preceding the Selection Show.

Look at Palm's most recent section, full field of 68 and every one of the groups on the air pocket on the Bracketology center.

There are no air pocket games left to be played, however there is one vital game to bubble groups on the Sunday plan. 

Davidson will play to bring home the Atlantic 10 Tournament title to oblige its standard season title. 

Assuming Richmond dominates that match, the Spiders will take a bid, and that bid has a place with Xavier, which is right now the last group in the section.

Texas A&M has made an astonishing rushed to the SEC Tournament title game and will confront Tennessee for that title.

In other activity, Houston will confront Memphis for the American Athletic Conference Tournament title and Princeton will take on Yale for the Ivy League crown.

I might do some seed cleaning later, and different changes might should be made in view of the consequences of Saturday's games, however the section is coming into shape with the authority declaration only hours away.

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