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Posted at 9:45 AM ET, 03/ 7/2011

NCAA tournament 2011: Virginia Tech, Georgia among last teams in

By Eric Prisbell

This will remain fluid throughout the week as the conference tournaments ensue. After looking at VCU's resume closer, I think they are getting overlooked some as an at-large candidate. I've got them in my first four out. Some of this, hopefully, will become clearer as the week progresses. For example, Georgia should play Alabama in the SEC tournament in what could amount to a play-in game.

Last four in:
Michigan State
Richmond
Virginia Tech
Georgia

First four out:
Virginia Commonwealth
Alabama
Colorado
Southern California

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 7, 2011; 9:45 AM ET
 
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Comments

Richmond was beating VCU by THIRTY when Mooney took mercy on Shaka Smart. Lesson learned - show no mercy, it will come back to bite you at bubble time.

Posted by: ChoppinBroccoli | March 7, 2011 12:00 PM | Report abuse

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