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The winner of the SWAC tournament won't necessarily be the automatic bid -- which makes it one of the more intriguing league tourneys to follow.
Jeff Borzello, Matt Norlander and Gary Parrish look back, look ahead and discuss Wichita State's 34-0 season to date, what it was like to witness Doug McDermott's Senior Night and what we are to make of Joel Embiid's lingering back issue?
The Gators are first, Wichita State is second, followed by Villanova, Arizona and Louisville.
We're now less than a week until Selection Sunday, and three automatic bids will be won on Monday.
Kansas freshman Joel Embiid is in California seeking a second opinion from a specialist on his injured back, and Jayhawks coach Bill Self acknowledged Monday that it's unclear whether the 7-0 center will play in this week's Big 12 tournament.
Kansas probably doesn't make the Final Four if Joel Embiid isn't healthy, while Louisville looks ready to return thanks to Montrezl Harrell's emergence.
The junior point guard averaged 22.5 points, 6.0 assists and 4.5 rebounds in wins last week over Iowa State and Kansas State.
Toledo was unbeaten through nearly two months, but Western Michigan split the regular-season title with the Rockets. And what about Buffalo?
The possible No. 1 overall has missed the Jayhawks' past two games.
The Shockers are the first team in history to enter the NCAA Tournament with 34 wins.
Nebraska had the big win of the day, taking down Wisconsin, and moves up out of the first four out of the field of 68.
The Shockers will now likely get a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament on Selection Sunday.
The final of the regular season is here, and there are a handful of bubble teams hoping to make statements.
The Big Ten and NCAA Tournament come next. Who do you like most in the Big Ten?
Sunday was the final day of the regular season, while two NCAA Tournament bids were also handed out.
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