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Posted at 9:00 AM ET, 02/10/2011

NCAA tournament 2011: Michigan State, Penn State prepare for bubble buster

By Eric Prisbell

Let's look at the size of the bubble this morning. I gave Duquesne the automatic bid in the Atlantic 10 because it is tied atop the standings, and I gave Alabama the automatic bid in the SEC because it is the only team in the league with one SEC loss.

Four of these teams would likely make the 68-team NCAA tournament field today:

Boston College (15-9)
Virginia Tech (15-7)
Richmond (19-6)
Colorado State (15-7)
Clemson (17-7)
Maryland (16-8)
Baylor (16-7)
Colorado (14-10)
Michigan State (12-10)
Penn State (12-10)
Michigan (14-10)
Virginia Commonwealth (20-6)
Memphis (18-6)
Southern Mississippi (16-5)
Alabama-Birmingham (17-6)
Missouri State (19-6)
Washington State (16-7)

By Eric Prisbell  | February 10, 2011; 9:00 AM ET
 
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