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Posted at 10:00 AM ET, 03/ 9/2011

NCAA tournament 2011: Updated 68-team tournament field

By Eric Prisbell

Here is my updated 68-team tournament field, as of Wednesday morning:

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)
Purdue
North Carolina (ACC)
Texas

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

No. 5s
Connecticut
Georgetown
Kentucky
Vanderbilt

No. 6s
Kansas State
Arizona (PAC-10)
Cincinnati
Xavier (A-10)

No. 7s
Texas A&M
UNLV
Temple
UCLA

No. 8s
George Mason
Missouri
Old Dominion (CAA)
Utah State (WAC)

No. 9s
Illinois
Florida State
Washington
Marquette

No. 10s
Villanova
Georgia
Gonzaga (WCC)
Tennessee

No. 11s
Richmond
St. Mary's
Virginia Tech
Michigan State
Colorado
Michigan

No. 12s
Boston College
UAB (CONFERENCE USA)
Butler (HORIZON)
Clemson

No. 13s
Oakland (SUMMIT)
Harvard (IVY)
Belmont (ATLANTIC SUN)
Indiana State (MVC)

No. 14s
Wofford (SOUTHERN)
Kent State (MAC)
Bucknell (PATRIOT)
Morehead State (OVC)

No. 15s
Long Beach State (BIG WEST)
LIU (NORTHEAST)
St. Peter's (MAAC)
Northern Colorado (BIG SKY)

No. 16s
UNC-Asheville (BIG SOUTH)
McNeese State (SOUTHLAND)
Arkansas-Little Rock (SUN BELT)
Texas Southern (SWAC)
Boston University (AMERICA EAST)
Bethune Cookman (MEAC)

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

Nova is a joke & should be a #12 play-in.

Posted by: StikeDC1 | March 9, 2011 11:28 AM | Report abuse

Why do the last four in get placed as 11 seeds when there are two other At Large teams on the 12 seed line? I agree about the last four in being the teams that play but it seems to me if they are the last four in they should not be ahead of any other at large teams.

Posted by: RichHowell | March 9, 2011 12:33 PM | Report abuse

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