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Posted at 10:00 AM ET, 03/ 7/2011

NCAA tournament 2011: Updated 68-team tournament field

By Eric Prisbell

(FYI: The office pool story will run on Selection Sunday. Please email me if you have any questions or comments on anything. prisbelle@washpost.com)

A quick note: Turner Sports tells me it has declared next Monday National Bracket Day and encourages everyone to fill out their brackets that day - yes, for the four play-in games, as well.

No. 1s
Ohio State (BIG TEN)
Kansas (BIG 12)
Pittsburgh (BIG EAST)
Notre Dame

No. 2s
Duke
San Diego State
Syracuse
Florida (SEC)

No. 3s
BYU (MWC)
North Carolina (ACC)
Purdue
Texas

No. 4s
Wisconsin
Louisville
St. John's
West Virginia

No. 5s
Connecticut
Georgetown
Kentucky
Vanderbilt

No. 6s
Kansas State
Texas A&M
Arizona (PAC-10)
Cincinnati

No. 7s
Xavier (A-10)
Temple
UNLV
Villanova

No. 8s

UCLA
George Mason
Old Dominion (CAA)
Utah State (WAC)

No. 9s
Missouri
Illinois
Florida State
Gonzaga

No. 10s
Washington
Boston College
Marquette
Michigan

No. 11s
Georgia
Clemson
Tennessee
Michigan State
Virginia Tech
Richmond

No. 12s
Butler
St. Mary's (WCC)
Harvard (IVY)
UAB (CONFERENCE USA)

No. 13s
Oakland (SUMMIT)
Indiana State (MVC)
College of Charleston (SOUTHERN)
Belmont (ATLANTIC SUN)

No. 14s
UW-Milwaukee (HORIZON)
Boston University (AMERICA EAST)
Bucknell (PATRIOT)
Iona (MAAC)

No. 15s
Long Beach State (BIG WEST)
Morehead State (OVC)
LIU (NORTHEAST)
Kent State (MAC)

No. 16s
Texas Southern (SWAC)
Middle Tenn. State (SUN BELT)
Bethune Cookman (MEAC)
Northern Colorado (BIG SKY)
McNeese State (SOUTHLAND)
UNC-Asheville (BIG SOUTH)

By Eric Prisbell  | March 7, 2011; 10:00 AM ET
 
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Comments

What does Michigan State have to do to fall out of all of these brackets I see them in? They are an abomination. Missouri State is more deserving. I hope we see some more one-bid league upsets to push them out.

Posted by: cao091402 | March 7, 2011 10:40 AM | Report abuse

What does Michigan State have to do to fall out of all of these brackets I see them in?

Posted by: cao091402 | March 7, 2011 10:40 AM

Cheer for VCU tonight - that could be a nail in MSU's coffin.

Posted by: Kev29 | March 7, 2011 10:43 AM | Report abuse

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