Under difficult circumstances, the NCAA tournament selection committee did a decent job.
It was a surprise to some when Michigan State was not announced as a one-seed on Selection Sunday, but Virginia's resume wasn't exactly weak.
Kentucky and Texas A&M helped each other out in the SEC title game as both moved up in the latest bracket projections.
Selection Sunday is here and with it will come join for some and agony for others. Here are some quick stats for each bubble team to consider before the names are announced.
Big victories by Oregon and North Carolina in their conference tournaments propelled them onto the top lines of their regions in the latest projected bracket by CBS Sports Bracketology Expert Jerry Palm
Villanova lost to Seton Hall in the Big East Tournament championship game, but the defeat did not cost the Wildcats a No. 1 seed.
UConn beat Temple, another team that was on the bubble, in the AAC Tournament semifinals and appears to be headed back to the NCAA Tournament
Michigan, Monmouth and St. Mary's may make tournament field with resumes which would miss most years.
Oklahoma lost 69-67 at the buzzer to West Virginia in the semifinals of the Big 12 Tournament on Friday night, and will fall off the top line of the bracket as a result.
In the American, UConn vs. Cincinnati slugged it out in a 4OT thriller. In the Atlantic 10, bubble teams George Washington and St. Joe's battle for important wins.

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