Notre Dame opening in Baton Rouge? Louisville's case for a No. 1 seed? Charlie Creme explains the tough evaluations that go into his bracket update.
West Virginia's win at Baylor vaulted the Mountaineers past Duke as the final No. 2 seed.
The Blue Devils should dominate the ACC again, but after three straight losses in the Elite Eight, they'll be judged on whether they reach the Final Four.
Our bracketologist thinks Tennessee, UConn, Maryland and Oklahoma could be the No. 1 seeds 11 months from now.
Before the bracket is unveiled Monday night (ESPN, 8 ET), Charlie Creme breaks down some basic bracketology guidelines to keep in mind.
UNC has surpassed Tennessee as the No. 2 overall, landing in Dayton and sending the Lady Vols to Dallas. Meanwhile, UConn might be playing better than anyone, but is still headed to Fresno -- for now.
Forget debating whether OU or OSU gets the final No. 2 seed. As Charlie Creme explains, it doesn't really matter because their paths won't be much different. • Bracket
For Maryland to get a No. 1 seed, the Terps must keep winning -- and watch OU and the SEC. • Monday chat, 2 ET • Bracket