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2012 March Madness Bubble Teams Bracketology: Last Four Teams In the NCAA Tournament Field

2012 March Madness Bubble Teams Bracketology – Expert Picks and Predictions on First Four Teams In the 2012 NCAA Tournament Bracket: It is officially zero hour for the bubble teams hoping to make this year’s NCAA tournament field. With a majority of the bubble teams already eliminated from their conference tournaments, their fates are in the hands of other teams and the resumes they have already accumulated. At this point, no bubble team is safe, but there are a few that have set themselves up nicely for a tournament bid.

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2012 NCAA Tournament Bubble Teams Bracketology and Predictions: Last Four Teams In the NCAA Tournament Bracket

  1. Texas Longhorns (20-13)

The Longhorns have been on the bubble since it officially became bracketology season, but after defeating Iowa State in the opening round of the Big 12 tournament, they should finally be able to rest easy. Granted, ranking 43rd in the RPI isn’t great and having a 1-8 record against teams in the top 25 is awful, but with a 4-9 mark against teams in the RPI top 50, Texas has done more to deserve a spot in the field of 68 than a lot of the other bubble teams. It wasn’t pretty, and their record against top competition leaves a lot to be desired, but a run to the Big 12 tournament semifinals should have the Longhorns breathing easy.

  1. West Virginia Mountaineers (19-13)

Had the Mountaineers not limped to the finish line, there would be no questions about whether or not they deserve a spot in the NCAA tournament. Instead West Virginia is on the bubble, having lost just about every close game in conference play. The good news for the Mountaineers is that ranking 43rd in the RPI with the 13th-toughest schedule should still get them in the big dance. West Virginia’s 4-8 mark against teams in the RPI top 50 isn’t great, but the selection committee will take into account all the close losses, including a loss to second-ranked Syracuse on a blown goal tending call.

  1. Southern Miss Golden Eagles (25-8)

Although Southern Miss is still on the right side of the bubble for now, a loss to Marshall in the C-USA tournament semifinals leaves the Golden Eagles’ future in doubt. However, Southern Miss is still in decent shape because of a top-15 ranking in the RPI, along with some quality out-of-conference wins. Depending on how the automatic bids fall, Southern Miss could still end up missing out on March Madness. That being said, it would take several surprise conference tournament winners for the Golden Eagles not to grab an at-large bid.

  1. Colorado State Rams (20-11) 

A loss in the Mountain West tournament to a ranked San Diego State team isn’t the end of the world for the Rams. On paper, Colorado State still stands out among the bubble teams. With the seventh-toughest schedule and three wins against top-25 teams to go along with a top 20 RPI, the Rams bring more to the table than most bubble teams. The Mountain West had a strong year overall, and while Colorado State is only the fourth-best team in the conference, the MWC is deep enough to put four teams in the NCAA tournament this season.

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2012 March Madness Bubble Teams Bracketology: First Four Teams Out of the NCAA Tournament

2012 March Madness Bubble Teams Bracketology – Expert Picks and Predictions on First Four Teams Left Out of the 2012 NCAA Tournament Bracket: As conference tournaments prepare to crown their champions, the battle is heating up between the bubble teams for the final spots in the NCAA tournament field.  At this point in the season, one win could be all it takes to propel a team into the field of 68, while one loss could keep a team from going to the big dance. For the bubble teams still alive in their conference tournaments, they control their own destiny. For the teams that are already eliminated, all they can do is sit and wait.

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2012 NCAA Tournament Bubble Teams Bracketology and Predictions: First Four Teams Out of the NCAA Tournament Bracket

  1. Seton Hall Pirates (20-12)

After cruising past Providence in the opening round of the Big East tournament, Seton Hall fell to Louisville in the quarterfinals. The loss leaves the Pirates sitting 59th in the RPI with the 49th-toughest schedule, and both numbers are right on the borderline of making the NCAA tournament. Throw in the fact that Seton Hall posted a 3-8 mark against teams in the RPI top 50 and lost 10 of its final 15 games, and its resume becomes even shakier. At this point, the Pirates probably need some help from a couple of other bubble teams in order to be a part of March Madness.

  1. North Carolina State Wolfpack (21-11)

The good news for the Wolfpack is that it is still alive and kicking in the ACC tournament. The bad news is that it is also winless against the RPI top 50 in eight tries this season. North Carolina State gets a chance to change that Friday against Virginia, and a win against the Cavaliers would put the Wolfpack in much better shape. For now, N.C. State has the 19th-toughest schedule, but it also sits 52nd in the RPI and lacks a signature win. Without at least one more victory, the Wolkpack are probably going to miss out on the NCAA tournament. The next day or two will decide this team’s fate.

  1. Northwestern Wildcats (18-13)

It was going to be the feel good story of the season, but Northwestern’s bid to make its first-ever NCAA tournament appearance seems to be going down in flames. An overtime loss to Minnesota in the Big Ten tournament was the latest in a long line of narrow defeats, and the Wildcats have just one win in 11 tries against teams in the RPI top 50. Even with the eighth-toughest schedule, Northwestern ranks 44th in the RPI and has consistently shown it can’t close the deal against better teams. In the end, the Wildcats just didn’t do enough to warrant a spot in the tournament field, and their loss to Minnesota was likely the nail in the coffin.

  1. Oregon Ducks (22-9)

The Ducks were barely hanging on the bubble entering the Pac-12 tournament, and with their loss to Colorado, they would need a ton of help to make it into the field of 68. Oregon ranks 49-th in the RPI, which is very borderline. Factor in the Ducks’ strength of schedule (87) and their 0-5 record against opponents in the RPI top 50, and their resume only gets weaker. Normally, a 22-win team from a power conference would be comfortably in the tournament field. However, a down year for the Pac-12 leaves Oregon’s overall record lacking the necessary substance to be a part of March Madness.

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2012 NCAA Tournament Bubble Watch: First Four Teams Out of the NCAA Tournament

2012 NCAA Tournament Bubble Teams Forecast – Expert Picks and Predictions on First Four Teams Out of the NCAA Tournament Bracket: Conference tournaments are in full swing, and while some teams are celebrating automatic bids, other teams are sweating out life on the bubble. For these bubble teams, their conference tournament is their last opportunity to impress the voters before Selection Sunday. Picking up a few more wins and upsetting a top-ranked team along the way would certainly bolster any team’s tournament resume. Some teams have more work to do than others, and if the season ended today, a few teams would be on the wrong side of the bubble by the slimmest of margins.

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2012 NCAA Tournament Bubble Teams Forecast and Predictions: First Four Teams Out of the NCAA Tournament Bracket

  1. Seton Hall Pirates (19-11)

The Pirates were in good shape heading into the final weeks of the regular season, but after dropping three out of their final four games, they are back on the wrong side of the bubble. Seton Hall ranks 59th in the RPI and has the 50th-toughest schedule. Not surprisingly, those numbers are right on the borderline, and while a pair of wins against top-25 competition helps, they don’t erase the other issues. Seton Hall had two winnable games at the end of the year to finish above 0.500 in Big East play, but instead, the Pirates finished 8-10. They have to win at least a couple of games in the conference tournament to make the field of 68.

  1. Oregon Ducks (22-8)

With the Pac-12 having a down year, the Oregon Ducks didn’t have a chance to earn a statement win during conference play, and they didn’t help their cause with a weak out-of-conference schedule. While ranking 49th in the RPI isn’t bad, the Ducks’ 88th-ranked schedule is a major red flag. In fact, Oregon wouldn’t even be in contention for an at-large bid if not for a strong finish to the year. The Ducks have won four straight and six of their last seven heading into the Pac-12 tournament, putting themselves back in the bubble conversation. If Oregon can at least reach the finals, they have a decent shot at making the NCAA tournament.

  1. Miami Hurricanes (18-11)

Everything about the Hurricanes screams bubble team. Miami has the 41st-toughest schedule and ranks 53rd in the RPI. The Hurricanes do have two wins against teams ranked in the top 25, but they also have five losses. The bigger issue for the Hurricanes is that two other teams finished tied with them for fourth in the ACC with 9-7 records in conference play, and both of teams had better overall records than Miami. The ACC isn’t a strong enough conference to put six teams in the NCAA tournament, which means Miami has to do something in the conference tournament to set themselves apart.

  1. Arizona Wildcats (21-10)

Coming off an Elite Eight appearance last season, a 21-win season in a major conference would normally put a team in good shape to make the NCAA tournament. However, Arizona’s 21 wins may have been the weakest in recent memory. A down year for the Pac-12 as a whole didn’t help matters, but the Wildcats’ schedule ranks 115th. Arizona didn’t have a single win against a team ranked in the top 25, and more importantly, the Wildcats rank 76th in the RPI. Teams outside the top 75 in the RPI almost never make the NCAA tournament, and Arizona will have to make a deep run in the Pac-12 tournament to have any shot at being a part of March Madness.

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2012 March Madness Bubble Teams Forecast – Expert Picks and Predictions on First Four Teams Out of the NCAA Tournament Bracket: For a handful of team, Selection Sunday is going to be a nerve-racking process. The teams sitting on the bubble won’t know for sure whether or not they will be in the field of 68 until the brackets are unveiled. With the expansion of the field, the latest trend in bracketology is pinpointing the last four teams in the tournament, as well as the first four out. For the unfortunate teams that come up just short of being part of March Madness, there is little solace to be found in being one of the first four teams out. That being said, the bubble teams on the outside looking in still have a couple of games left to change their fate.

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2012 March Madness Bubble Teams Forecast and Predictions: First Four Teams in the NCAA Tournament

  1. Miami Hurricanes (17-10)

On the plus side, the Hurricanes have statement victories against Florida State and Duke in Cameron Indoor Stadium. On the downside, they are just 8-6 in a relatively weak ACC and struggled in out-of-conference play, losing to Purdue, Mississippi, Memphis and West Virginia. Miami ranks 50th in the RPI and has the 33rd-toughest schedule, which helps its cause, as well. That being said, the Hurricanes need to close the regular season with a couple of wins and get a little help to solidify their spot in the NCAA tournament. An upset win in the ACC tournament should definitely punch Miami’s ticket.

  1. Colorado State Rams (17-10)

The Rams have the type of measurable that the selection committee tends to look for. In addition to victories against ranked opponents San Diego State and New Mexico, Colorado State ranks 26th in the RPI and has the seventh-best strength of schedule. That being said, the Rams are just 6-6 in Mountain West play, which is a huge red flag. A .500 record in a mid-major conference just isn’t going to get it done, and as a result, the Rams need to go on strong run to close the year to sneak back into the field of 68.

  1. VCU Rams (25-6)

After last year’s memorable run to the Final Four, it is hard not to be sentimental about the Rams. However, this is a new year, and even at 25-6, VCU has its work cut out for it. The Rams rank 60th in the RPI, and having the 177th-toughest schedule isn’t helping the cause. VCU failed to capitalize on its out-of-conference schedule, losing to Seton Hall, Georgia Tech and Alabama. The Rams didn’t win the Colonial Athletic Association regular season title either. At this point, VCU will probably need to win its conference tournament to return to the NCAA tournament.

  1. West Virginia Mountaineers (17-12)

The only thing keep West Virginia afloat at this point is having the ninth-toughest schedule in the country. The Mountaineers are right on the edge in the RPI, ranking 50th, and their 7-9 record in the Big East is a major deterrent. Granted, the conference is the deepest in the country, but West Virginia is currently looking up at eight other teams in the Big East standings. Throw in the Mountaineers’ recent struggles that have seen them drop seven of their nine games, and this team is trending the wrong way at the wrong time.

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2012 March Madness Bubble Teams Forecast – Expert Picks and Predictions on Last Four Teams in the NCAA Tournament Bracket: Since expanding the NCAA tournament to 68 teams, one of the hottest topics leading up to Selection Sunday is determining the last four teams that will make the field. After all, every team that makes the tournament gets to hit the reset button and has a chance to make a run. No team wants to be on the bubble with just a couple of weeks remaining before March Madness begins, but it is better to be on the bubble than out of the discussion. Nothing is set in stone with the bubble teams, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t a few that are in better shape than most and have positioned themselves to make the tournament.

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2012 March Madness Bubble Teams Forecast and Predictions: Last Four Teams in the NCAA Tournament

  1. Xavier Musketeers (18-10)

After being ranked in the top 10 early in the year, it is hard to believe Xavier has slipped onto the bubble. The Musketeers can blame their inconsistent play, especially during conference games, but they should still sneak into the tournament field. Xavier ranks 54th in the RPI and has the 52nd-best schedule to go along with some solid out-of-conference victories. Georgia, Vanderbilt, Purdue and Cincinnati are among the Musketeers’ victims. It hasn’t always been pretty, but Xavier should be able to secure a tournament bid with at least one win to close the regular season and solid showing in the Atlantic 10 tournament.

  1. Texas Longhorns (18-11)

The Longhorns don’t really have a standout victory this season, but they don’t have many bad losses either. Texas has managed to stay at the .500 mark in Big 12 play, and by ranking 55th in the RPI and owning the 26th-toughest schedule, the Longhorns’ mediocrity should end in a tournament appearance. A victory against fourth-ranked Kansas to close the year would seal the deal, but since Texas hasn’t been beating top teams all year, the Longhorns will likely stay on the bubble until Selection Sunday. Luckily for them, staying at .500 in a tough Big 12 conference will be enough.

  1. Northwestern Wildcats (17-11)

Making history is never easy, and the Wildcats are finding that out as they try to put their program in the NCAA tournament for the first time ever. Northwestern’s 7-9 record in the Big Ten is a big deterrent, but otherwise, the Wildcats looked strong on paper. In addition to ranking 43rd in the RPI, Northwestern has the 12th-toughest schedule in the country. Out-of-conference victories against LSU, Seton Hall and Georgia Tech help the Wildcats’ cause, as well. Despite the sub-.500 conference record, Northwestern should finally go dancing this March as long as they don’t lose out.

  1. South Florida Bulls (18-11)

Yes, the Bulls have been miserable against ranked opponent this year, but an 11-5 record in the Big East is respectable no matter how it is achieved. South Florida is also helped by ranking 46th in the RPI and having the 26th-toughest schedule. The lack of a signature win is far from ideal, but as long as the Bulls stay in the top half of the country’s deepest conference, they shouldn’t be too worried come Selection Sunday. It would take an ugly finish to keep South Florida from being a part of March Madness.

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