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The Cavaliers, in line for a two seed and maybe even a one if they can win the ACC Tournament, will see their positioning take a hit with a late loss in College Park.
The Billikens head to Amherst looking to end a three-game slide before they head to Brooklyn as the number one seed for the A 10 Tournament.
I will be in Tallahassee for this one, as the Orange look to get out of their skid and the Seminoles look for one last quality win before heading to Greensboro.
The Hawks will look to at least repeat the nine-point win they earned at Tom Gola Arena on February 15th.
The Bucks will look to end a two-game slide against a Spartan team they lost to back on January 7th, a defeat that began a 1-5 stretch that helped damaged OSU's seed.
It's pretty safe to say that if the Gophers drop this one, they'll need to win out in Indianapolis to make the field.
The Wolfpack cannot afford a loss to the Eagles, particularly since they're playing at home after nearly a week off.
A Cornhusker win would virtually assure them of a bid, and not necessarily in Dayton. The Badgers, meanwhile, have a two seed within their grasp.
Other Viewing Option
This is the only game of the day without any NCAA implications.