Bracketology: ESPN has USC facing Arkansas in Charlotte to open NCAA Tournament

Which teams will snag No. 1 seeds?

Louisville struggled against the ACC elite, as it lost to Virginia twice as well as North Carolina, Duke and Clemson. The Pac-12 now has three teams in the field, per ESPN. There are plenty of questions that have been asked for weeks that will soon be answered.

On a busy basketball day like Sunday, Lunardi's projections are unlikely to be set in stone.

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The jigsaw puzzle known as the NCAA Tournament is starting to come together as conference tournaments conclude. Conference tournament action, including the Tennessee-Kentucky outcome, may lead to a few seed or region changes. As for the Trojans, they will take on OR on Friday night for the right to advance to the Pac-12 title game. Win and they are in, but a loss could be interesting when thinking about where it would leave USC.

By falling victim to the attrition of the Big 12, the Cowboys aren't the most attractive bubble team, but if you counter that argument with the overall strength of the conference, you could build a last-ditch case for the Cowboys. In terms of my bracketology I have Middle Tennessee in and taking Notre Dame's spot.

The SEC is now projected to get eight teams into the NCAA tournament, second only to the ACC with nine. Not only do we find out which teams are going dancing, but we find out where they're going and who they will play.

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