The Hurricanes' could play themselves off the bubble by going on the road and beating Virginia.
Why the Crimson Tide are in and the Orange are out of Jerry Palm's latest bracket projection
Meanwhile, Syracuse's path to the NCAA Tournament gets harder, as does Michigan's
The Cavaliers are down to a six seed after getting routed by North Carolina
Another Saturday of bubble action concluded
VCU avoids loss that could have been a bracket killer for the Rams.
After its huge win over Wisconsin, Michigan is riding a three-game winning streak and trending upward
Utah running out of chances after loss to Oregon
Louisville and UNC are also tracking in the right direction with a head-to-head matchup still looming
Arkansas gets back into the field with a huge victory at South Carolina; Miami and Oklahoma State beat other bubble teams
An SEC leader not named Kentucky is among our top resumes after the committee picks its top 16
Meanwhile, Mississippi, Virginia Commonwealth and Dayton take care of business
Bracketology Expert Jerry Palm goes over every team in for now, on the fence or has work to do
The Orange were one of the last teams in the projected bracket, but lost to Louisville at home
The NCAA is clearly putting a lot of weight on a team's strength of schedule
Jerry Palm started writing about sports on the Internet right after Al Gore invented it. He was the first to bring RPI out in the open and is one of the pioneers of predicting the March Madness bracket. After tracking it for more than 20 years, he understands the NCAA Tournament selection process as well as those involved in setting the bracket. When the BCS was created in 1998, Jerry brought his same statistical and analytical know-how to football. That has continued with the BCS's evolution into the College Football Playoff.