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At-large board: March 5

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As always, the at-large board does not take into account conference leaders. That’s why Kansas, Kentucky, North Carolina and Syracuse (among many others) are not listed here.

The point? To provide a better visual idea of where a team stands compared to the rest of the field. It isn’t precise, but it is an educated guess on how teams might stack up at the moment.

1. Duke
2. Ohio State
3. Marquette
4. Missouri
5. Baylor
6. Michigan
7. Georgetown
8. Indiana
9. Wisconsin
10. Vanderbilt

11. Florida State
12. UNLV
13. Creighton
14. Florida
15. Gonzaga
16. Notre Dame
17. Louisville
18. New Mexico
19. Alabama
20. Purdue

21. Iowa State
22. Kansas State
23. Saint Louis
24. Virginia
25. Connecticut
26. Cincinnati
27. Southern Mississippi
28. California
29. West Virginia
30. Colorado State

31. Mississippi State
32. South Florida
33. Brigham Young

LAST FOUR IN

34. Virginia Commonwealth
35. Northwestern
36. Iona (NIT AQ, if needed)
37. Xavier

ON THE DOORSTEP

38. Texas
39. Miami
40. Seton Hall
41. Oregon

NEXT FOUR OUT

42. N.C. State
43. Dayton
44. Mississippi
45. Arizona

ON THE FRINGE (NIT FODDER)

46. Saint Joseph’s
47. Central Florida
48. Middle Tennessee (NIT AQ)
49. Tennessee
50. Illinois
51. Marshall
52. New Mexico State
53. Wyoming
54. Colorado
55. Cleveland State
56. South Dakota State
57. Stanford
58. Northern Iowa
59. Massachusetts
60. Minnesota
61. George Mason
62. Louisiana State
63. La Salle
64. Penn
65. Ohio

LAST FOUR IN (NIT)

66. Arkansas
67. Texas Christian
68. St. Bonaventure
69. Illinois State

ON THE NIT DOORSTEP

70. Pittsburgh
71. Princeton
72. Buffalo
73. Maryland
74. Weber State
75. Kent State
76. Wagner
77. Old Dominion

Patrick Stevens

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