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The Hawkeyes, once talked of as a potential Final Four darkhorse, narrowly snuck into the First Four and will face Tennessee in Dayton.
The East isn't the toughest region, but it could be the toughest to predict. Virginia, Villanova, Iowa State and Michigan State populate the top four seeds. Then you've got teams like North Carolina and Cincinnati -- good in their own right -- still fighting it out.
Duke forward expected to go in the lottery of the draft.
The NCAA released its official seeding order.
Virginia was given the final No. 1 seed, and the American conference was not highly though of by the committee.
Who got snubbed and who was a surprise on Selection Sunday?
Get ready for an NCAA tourney dominated by Doug McDermott as Stephen Curry, Austin Carr and Bill Bradley once did. Only McDermott may even win the thing.
This is not based on resumes -- it is simply a 1-68 ranking of how Jeff Borzello sees the tournament stacking up.
Winning ACC's regular-season, tournament titles impress committee enough to give Cavs a 1.
The Shockers are 34-0 and reached the Final Four last year. Wichita State's a legit 1-seed.
Cats are athletic, can be explosive offensively and have the nation's best defensive stats.
Florida has experience, balance and plays D as well as anyone in the country.
The projected bracket is now final. I'm sticking with Michigan as the fourth No. 1
Louisiana-Lafayette is going to the NCAA Tournament after upsetting top-seeded Georgia State in the Sun Belt championship game.
Virginia topped Duke in the finals of the ACC Tournament to add a conference title to its regular season championship.
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