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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.
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Sunday was the final day of the regular season, while two NCAA Tournament bids were also handed out.
Mercer got revenge on FGCU, winning the league tournament title on Dunk City's floor Sunday.
The Shockers are the first team since 1990-91 UNLV to reach the NCAA Tournament without a loss.
The Iowa State forward is very talented, but was he even the best player on his own team?
If Virginia ran the table, the Cavaliers would have had a case for a No. 1 seed. But they lost to Maryland and now likely don't have much hope.
The Chanticleers! This team is probably going to be a 16 seed, but it's finally broken through and will be in the Big Dance.
The league that gave us Norfolk State two years ago has a team this year that's even better. And worthy of a No. 14 seed.
The Jaguars were 26-70 in Howard's three seasons as head coach.
The Shockers are now just one win away from taking a perfect 34-0 record into Selection Sunday.
There were a lot of dramatic results today, but it's important to remember that it's just one game
Florida, Wichita State, Villanova and Arizona currently project as the top seeds for the NCAA Tournament. But Kansas, Wisconsin, Virginia and others have resumes that could be worthy if one or two spots open over the next week.
Creighton's Doug McDermott deflects attention. Except for Saturday when he went off for 45 points to surpass 3,000 for a career on Senior Night.
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