Here is today's version of our daily NCAA tournament tracker/bubble watch.
Three more teams will play their way into the field of 68 in tourney finals Wednesday night; all three finals are in one-bid leagues (Big Sky, Northeast and Patriot).
Wednesday also will be a big day for bubble teams in the Big East, with Connecticut, Seton Hall, USF and West Virginia in action in Madison Square Garden. All but USF look to be in the field, but, hey, another win certainly wouldn't hurt. In USF's case, a victory basically is mandatory.
We'll continue our tracker through the final days of the conference tournaments. We'll also update as needed the "NCAA locks" chart.
All RPI figures come from collegerpi.com.
NCAA tourney locks (56)
(teams listed alphabetically by league; asterisked teams already have earned an automatic bid)
ACC (4): Duke, Florida State, North Carolina, Virginia
Atlantic Sun (1): Belmont*
Atlantic 10 (2): Saint Louis, Temple
Big East (6): Cincinnati, Georgetown, Louisville, Marquette, Notre Dame, Syracuse
Big South (1): UNC Asheville*
Big Ten (6): Indiana, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Purdue, Wisconsin
Big 12 (5): Baylor, Kansas, Kansas State, Iowa State, Missouri
Colonial Athletic Association (1): VCU*
Horizon (1): Detroit*
Ivy (1): Harvard*
Metro Atlantic Athletic (1): Loyola (Md.)*
Missouri Valley (2): Creighton*, Wichita State
Mountain West (3): New Mexico, San Diego State, UNLV
Ohio Valley (1): Murray State*
SEC (3): Florida, Kentucky, Vanderbilt
Southern (1): Davidson*
Summit (1): South Dakota State*
Sun Belt (1): Western Kentucky*
West Coast (3): BYU, Gonzaga, Saint Mary's*
One-bid leagues regardless (10): America East, Big Sky, Big West, Mid-American, Mid-Eastern Athletic, Northeast, Patriot, Southland, Southwestern Athletic, Western Athletic.
Leagues that will get at least one bid but could get two (2): Conference USA, Pac-12
Wednesday's game of the day
USF vs. Villanova in New York, 9 p.m., ESPN: This Big East tourney second-round game is huge for USF, which is attempting to earn its first NCAA bid since 1992. While a victory over Villanova won't burnish the Bulls' NCAA resume, a loss to the Wildcats likely would knock the Bulls, who have just one top-50 win, off the bubble. USF won by 17 at Villanova on Jan. 5 and beat the Wildcats by 14 in Tampa on Feb. 15.
Other games of interest
Connecticut vs. West Virginia in New York, noon, ESPN: This is another Big East second-round game. Both these teams look to be in the NCAA field, but truth be told, each could use another "good" win. UConn won the lone regular-season meeting, by seven at home. WVU has lost seven of its past 11; UConn has lost nine of its past 14.
Louisville vs. Seton Hall in New York, 7 p.m., ESPN: This also is a Big East second-rounder. Louisville is a NCAA lock, and Seton Hall can lock up a bid by beating the Cardinals. Seton Hall looks OK as it is, but a win would make for a tension-free weekend for the Pirates. Louisville won the lone regular-season meeting, by nine on the road.
Northeast Conference tournament final, Robert Morris at Long Island, 7 p.m., ESPN2: These teams met just once in the regular season, with third-seeded Robert Morris beating top-seeded LIU at home. LIU has won 10 of 11 since that loss; Robert Morris comes in having won eight of its past nine. Long Island is looking for back-to-back NCAA bids; Robert Morris is aiming for its third in four seasons. Long Island is third in the nation in scoring at 81.6 points per game; the Blackbirds were held to 66 points in their loss at Robert Morris on Jan. 26, the only time since Dec. 14 they were held under 73 and one of only five games this season they were held under 70.
Patriot League tournament final, Lehigh at Bucknell, 7 p.m., CBS Sports Network: These teams split the season series, with each winning on the road. Top-seeded Bucknell is 13-2 at home this season, and a three-point loss to Lehigh on Feb. 16 snapped the Bison's 12-game winning streak. Lehigh has won 11 of its past 12 since losing to Bucknell on Jan. 18. Bucknell is looking for its second NCAA bid in a row and its fourth in eight seasons; Lehigh is seeking its second NCAA bid in three seasons. Bucknell won as a No. 14 seed in 2005 and as a No. 9 in '06.
Big Sky tournament final, Weber State at Montana, 9 p.m., ESPN2: These teams split the season series, with each winning at home (Montana by 15, Weber by 16). Top-seeded Montana's win came Feb. 28, in the regular-season finale. Montana takes a 13-game winning streak into the final; in addition, the Grizzlies are 13-2 at home this season. Second-seeded Weber has the league player of the year in G Damian Lillard, who is considered a probable NBA first-rounder. Montana is seeking its second NCAA bid in three seasons; Weber State is looking for its first since 2007.
Conference tourney: There are three other No. 1 seeds in action Wednesday. Savannah State meets eighth-seeded Hampton in a quarterfinal in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference in Winston-Salem, N.C. The teams met once in the regular season, on Dec. 1; Savannah State won by 16 at Hampton. UT Arlington faces eighth-seeded Nicholls State in a southland quarterfinal in Katy, Texas. UTA won the lone regular-season meeting by 30. Mississippi Valley plays eighth-seeded Jackson State in a SWAC quarterfinal in Garland, Texas. Valley swept the season series, winning the two games by a combined 15 points. The three No. 1 seeds listed in this category were a combined 46-4 in conference play this season.
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Princeton 62, Pennsylvania 52: Host Princeton upset Penn and gave Harvard the Ivy League title. A Penn win would've meant the Quakers and Harvard shared the Ivy League title, necessitating a one-game playoff to determine who received the league's automatic bid.
Connecticut 81, DePaul 67: The ninth-seeded Huskies cruised to the victory in a Big East tourney first-round game, keeping their NCAA at-large hopes alive. This was all about avoiding a bad loss for UConn.
Seton Hall 79, Providence 47: Seton Hall, which is seeded 10th, crushed the Friars in another Big East tourney first-round game. As with UConn, this was about avoiding a bad loss for the Pirates, who kept their at-large hopes alive.
Western Kentucky 74, North Texas 70: The seventh-seeded Hilltoppers finished off their big run in the Sun Belt Conference tourney, beating the fifth-seeded Mean Green for the league's automatic bid in Hot Springs, Ark. Western is 15-18 overall and seems headed to one of the play-in games.
Detroit 70, Valparaiso 50: The home-court advantage didn't help Valpo, which was routed in the Horizon League final by the third-seeded Titans. Valparaiso had swept the season series. Detroit hasn't been to the NCAAs since 1999, when it upset UCLA in the first round as a No. 12 seed.
South Dakota State 52, Western Illinois 50: The second-seeded Jackrabbits earned their first NCAA bid by outlasting the fourth-seeded Leathernecks in the Summit League final in Sioux Falls, S.D. South Dakota State held Western Illinois to 22 points in the second half and overtime.
Conference tourneys: One other No. 1 seed is in action. Host Montana rallied late and dominated the final two minutes in ousting fourth-seeded Eastern Washington 74-66 in a Big Sky semifinal.
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