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Posted at 9:37 AM ET, 03/ 8/2011

NCAA tournament 2011: St. Mary's, Michigan State among last teams in

By Eric Prisbell

These are the four teams I have headed to Dayton:

Last four in:
Virginia Tech
St. Mary's
Michigan State
Clemson

(Virginia Tech vs. St. Mary's; Clemson vs. Michigan State. That's a pretty good slate of games for two of the play-in games in Dayton.)

First four out:
Alabama
Colorado
Southern California
Penn State

Multi-bid Leagues
Big East (11 teams)
ACC (6)
Big Ten (6)
Big 12 (5)
SEC (5)
MWC (3)
Pac-10 (3)
A-10 (3)
Horizon (2)
CAA (2)
WCC (2)

By Eric Prisbell  | March 8, 2011; 9:37 AM ET
 
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Comments

Run the numbers on St. Mary's resume v. VCU.

Posted by: SchoenfeldsDonut | March 8, 2011 10:30 AM | Report abuse

Tough one for the Rams last nite, so close. If I was in charge, they'd be in & VaTech would be out, their blowout by BC A WEEK AGO AT HOME was a joke. I like Seth but ff the Hokies get in, it will show that the field is too diluted -- these are NIT teams. St. Mary's? Please. But we already know VCU will get hosed, I just hope they win the NIT. Also, Bama is more deserving than VaTech or St. Mary's.

Posted by: StikeDC1 | March 8, 2011 10:48 AM | Report abuse

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