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Posted at 9:20 AM ET, 02/22/2011

NCAA tournament 2011: Tennessee, Minnesota inching toward bubble

By Eric Prisbell

Here is what to watch for tonight:

Virginia Tech at Wake Forest: This is a must-win game for the Hokies, who are teetering on the fence. And they will win.

Illinois at Ohio State: Illinois should be okay, but it has a tough road schedule, including this one.

Michigan State at Minnesota:
Both teams are in at the moment, but both have a small margin for error. The loser will find itself on the fence.

Tennessee at Vanderbilt: The Vols have lost four of five games and are in danger of playing their way out of the field.

Houston at Memphis: Raise your hand if you can figure out Conference USA. Raise your hand if you have any interest in figuring out Conference USA. I wouldn't be surprised if the league gets two teams in, but none will be a true threat to do squat.

By Eric Prisbell  | February 22, 2011; 9:20 AM ET
 
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