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Louisville won't participate in the 2016 NCAA Tournament, which opens up an at-large spot in the bracket. Today that spot allows Gonzaga to make the field of 68.
Despite a slip up on the road in Manhattan, Oklahoma will remain the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA Tournament. The win, however, significantly helps Kansas State's resume.
Indiana showed how important one game can be after the Hoosiers picked up their first big win in weeks and moved up two seeds in Jerry Palm's projected bracket.
The Tar Heels' loss to Louisville on Monday bumps them to a No. 2 seed and Kansas moves back up to a No. 1 seed.
Florida, Texas A&M got the results they needed on Saturday, but LSU's loss to Oklahoma could be costly.
Duke and Wisconsin met in last year's national championship game, but this year both the Blue Devils and Badgers could possibly be left out of the bracket.
Villanova falls off the top line after an overtime loss to Providence on Sunday. That opens the door for Iowa to join Oklahoma, North Carolina and Xavier as No. 1 seeds.
In the latest bracketology, Jerry Palm breaks down who is falling fast, including two high-profile schools stuck in a rut.
Kansas' loss to Oklahoma State was costly for the Jayhawks as they fell to a No. 2 seed. North Carolina replaces KU as a No. 1 seed joining Oklahoma, Villanova and Xavier.
The Sooners took a tough loss on Monday, but that's not enough to bump them from being the top national seed.

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