The Washington Times - March 13, 2011, 01:27PM

Colorado? Or Boston College? Or Southern California?

It’s a great question. It’s one still to be wrestled with in the next few hours. And there’s no promises the analysis won’t change in that time.

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Remember also, Belmont, Connecticut, Florida, Gonzaga, Kansas, Memphis, North Carolina, Ohio State, Oakland, Old Dominion, Princeton, Richmond, San Diego State, Utah State are all automatic qualifiers (or considered as such) and are not included on the big board.

Bracket coming later, as well as a final big board and an NIT bracket.

1. Pittsburgh
2. Duke
3. Notre Dame
4. Texas
5. Syracuse
6. Brigham Young
7. Kentucky
8. Purdue
9. Louisville
10. Wisconsin

11. Kansas State
12. St. John’s
13. Vanderbilt
14. Cincinnati
15. West Virginia
16. Arizona
17. Xavier
18. Texas A&M
19. Georgetown
20. Temple

21. UNLV
22. UCLA
23. George Mason
24. Villanova
25. Tennessee
26. Illinois
27. Missouri
28. Florida State
29. Marquette
30. Michigan State

31. Michigan
32. Penn State
33. Clemson

LAST FOUR IN

34. Georgia
35. Virginia Tech
36. Virginia Commonwealth
37. Colorado

LAST FOUR OUT

38. Boston College
39. Southern California
40. Alabama
41. Harvard

NEXT FOUR OUT

42. Saint Mary’s
43. UAB
44. Missouri State
45. Cleveland State

NCAA FRINGE

46. New Mexico
47. Texas-El Paso
48. Dayton
49. Colorado State
50. Oklahoma State

Patrick Stevens