The only change in teams was UAB falling out after losing its first game in the CUSA tourney. Tulsa replaces them as the CUSA rep.
In the NIT, UAB joins there as the top seed pushing fellow conference team Memphis to the 2nd line. Memphis could still pass them since they're still alive. Dayton also joins too to replace Baylor and Minnesota.
A full NCAA bracket comes tomorrow and a final bracket on Selection Sunday with matrix updates throughout.
NCAA - 3/11 for games thru 3/10:
1 - Ohio State, Kansas, Duke, Notre Dame
2 - Pittsburgh, San Diego State, BYU, North Carolina
3 - Purdue, Texas, Wisconsin, Syracuse
4 - Kentucky, Florida, Louisville, Connecticut
5 - Georgetown, West Virginia, Arizona, Xavier
6 - UNLV, Cincinnati, Kansas State, St. John's
7 - Vanderbilt, George Mason, Texas A&M, Temple
8 - Illinois, Villanova, Utah State, Old Dominion
9 - Washington, Missouri, Marquette, Florida State
10 - Michigan State, Butler, Gonzaga, UCLA
11 - Clemson, Virginia Tech, Michigan, Tennessee
12 - St. Mary's (CA), Georgia, Richmond, Boston College, Colorado, Belmont
13 - Harvard, Oakland, Tulsa, Bucknell
14 - Morehead State, Long Island, Long Beach State, Kent State
15 - Indiana State, Wofford, St. Peter's, Northern Colorado
16 - NC-Asheville, Boston University, McNeese State, Arkansas-Little Rock, Texas Southern, Bethune-Cookman
NIT - 3/11 for games thru 3/10