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Bracketology: Updated S-Curve For March 3, 2011

The two biggest changes in my Wednesday S-curve are Clemson's entrance into the field, even though they lost at Duke, and the Blue Devils' return to the top line, thanks to the combination of their win and BYU's defeat at New Mexico Lobos in the Cougars' first game without Brandon Davies. If BYU plays like they did against the Lobos, they won't be in play for even a two seed much longer.

Colorado drop out after they were upset at Iowa State.

Here's a link to Wednesday's S-curve for reference.

1 line 1. Ohio State*
2. Kansas*
3. Pittsburgh* 4. Duke*
2 line 8. BYU*
7. Purdue 6. San Diego State
5. Notre Dame
3 line 9. Florida* 10. Texas 11. Louisville  12. Syracuse
4 line 16. North Carolina 15. St. John's
14. Georgetown
13. Wisconsin
5 line 17. Connecticut
18. Kentucky
19. Xavier* 20. Vanderbilt
6 line 24. West Virginia  23. Temple
22. Arizona* 21. Villanova
7 line 25. Kansas State
26. Texas A&M 27. Florida State 28. George Mason*
8 line 32. Missouri
31. UNLV
30. UCLA
29. Cincinnati
9 line 33. Utah State* 34.Old Dominion
35. Tennessee 36. Washington
10 line 40.  Michigan State 39. Georgia
38. Illinois
37. Marquette
11 line 41. Virginia Tech 42. Gonzaga
43.St. Mary's*
44. Butler
12 line 48. Clemson
(First Four)
47. Boston College
(First Four)
46. Michigan
(First Four)
45. Richmond
(First Four)
13 line 49. Missouri State*
50. UAB* 51. Belmont*
(13 seeds begin)
52. Princeton*
14 line 56. Kent State* 55. College of Charleston*
(14 seeds begin)
54. Oakland*
53. Milwaukee*
15 line 57. Bucknell*
58. Long Beach State*
59. Coastal Carolina*
(15 seeds begin)
60. Fairfield*
16 line 64. Florida Atlantic* 63. Murray State*
(16 seeds begin)
62. Long Island* 61. Vermont*
17 line
(First Four)
65. Northern Colorado*
66. Bethune-Cookman*
67. McNeese State*
68. Texas Southern*
First Four Out
69. Alabama 70. Colorado State 71. Colorado
72. Oklahoma State
Next Four Out
76. Washington State
75. Penn State
74. VCU
73. Baylor

 

Thursday is a light night of bubble action, and I'll detail on the games of impact in my TV preview, which will run at noon Eastern.

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