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Posted at 9:22 AM ET, 02/28/2011

NCAA tournament 2011: A look at the soft bubble

By Eric Prisbell

Cleveland State (Horizon) and St. Mary's (WCC) are tied for first in their respective conferences. If you give them the automatic berths in those leagues, then you are left with five open slots for an underwhelming assortment of teams. (All records reflect games only against division I teams.)

Pick five:
Gonzaga (20-9)
Butler (20-9)
Boston College (17-11)
Memphis (21-8)
Colorado (17-11)
Baylor (17-10)
Clemson (19-9)
Maryland (18-11)
Minnesota (17-11)
Michigan (17-12)
Penn State (15-12)
Southern Mississippi (18-7)
Texas-El Paso (20-8)
Colorado State (17-10)
Alabama (19-9)

By Eric Prisbell  | February 28, 2011; 9:22 AM ET
 
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