Mike Krzyzewski's Duke Blue Devils are No. 1 even with the expected losses of Jabari Parker and Rodney Hood. Arizona, Wisconsin, Kansas and Florida round out the top five.
James Michael McAdoo is leaving for the NBA, but North Carolina remains a top-five team for next season. And whichever teams gets transfer Chris Obekpa will get the best shot-blocker in the country.
Ben Howland took UCLA to three Final Fours, yet Marquette went with young Duke assistant Steve Wojciechowski. How long before Howland gets back in the game?
Jerry Palm thought it would be fun to see what the NCAA Tournament bracket would look like if each of a few better-known computer ranking systems had the final say.
Harvard announced early Saturday evening that Tommy Amaker will remain at the school. His name had recently been floated for the Boston College vacancy.
Four teams with different strengths head to Madison Square Garden. The fan bases in the building should be quite intense.
Dayton extended its season with an upset of Syracuse while Wisconsin overcome a double-digit halftime deficit to beat Oregon and make the Sweet 16 for the third time in four seasons.
Tommy Amaker has revived basketball at Harvard with the Crimson poised to make NCAA Tournament appearances for as long as Amaker hangs around there. And there's no reason for him to leave anytime soon.
Tom Izzo's Michigan State Spartans will play in the East Region semis, but if their performance against Harvard is any indication, the journey will be short.
Manhattan coach Steve Masiello made a name for himself Thursday night, Harvard proved it's not a fluke and Florida will have a good reason to be concerned when it plays Pitt.

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