NCAA tournament brackets for 2014 are being projected by CBS. In the updated 2014 NCAA Tournament predictions, quite a few teams have shifted around thanks to upsets taking place Thursday night (Feb. 27). According to the new report on Friday (Feb. 28), the top line will remain the same for now. Those four top seeds are projected to be Florida, Wichita State, Syracuse, and Arizona. The second line might be more interesting to college basketball fans, as it now includes Wisconsin, Cincinnati, Kansas, and Villanova.
It might shock some fans that Duke isn't in the top eight any longer, especially after the team looked so good early in the season. The team could still potentially move up by winning the ACC tournament, but there are other teams like the Kansas Jayhawks that have their sights on a No. 1 seed. A little further down as the four No. 3 seeds is where Duke sits with Creighton, Iowa State, and San Diego State. As for the four seeds, they are Michigan, Michigan State, Texas, and Virginia. That's a pretty impressive group of 16 teams leading the way for now.
There are quite a few bubble teams in the latest CBS 2014 NCAA Tournament brackets, indicating they might need to eight find a lot of success in their conference tournaments or flat-out win them. One of those bubble teams is the Gonzaga Bulldogs, which have been placed as the No. 10 seed in the West. That would actually allow them to play in Spokane during the first round, but they likely need to win the WCC now. The Pac-12 also has several bubble teams that are currently Oregon, California, and Colorado. That should make for some exciting games down the stretch in that conference.
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