Here's what we're wondering heading into this weekend's games:
Can Butler play better on the road at Detroit (and at Wright State on Sunday) than they did in their first conference road game (a 24-point beatdown at Milwaukee)?
We know Penn State can play spoiler at home...now can they shock the nation and upset Ohio State in Columbus?
How good is Cincinnati? We'll find out at the end of a three game roadie (at Syracuse, at Notre Dame, at St. John's) that begins at the Carrier Dome on Saturday afternoon.
Is the Mountain West a four-bid league after all? It will be on Monday if New Mexico can upset San Diego State in The Pit.
Can Maryland get back into the bubble mix - and maybe the bracket? - by winning at Villanova?
Who's the second best team in the Big XII? Is Missouri ready to win a big true road game? We'll find out as the Tigers pay a visit to Texas A&M.
How will Wisconsin respond from their late-game breakdown against Michigan State? Can the Badgers avoid a season sweep at the hands of Illinois?
Can the Big East really get 11 bids? Marquette winning at Louisville on Saturday would continue to strengthen the league's case.
Will Georgetown really start 1-5 (1-5!) in the Big East, or will they end their free-fall with what should be a convincing win at Rutgers?
Is Kansas State on its way out of the bracket? The Wildcats better take care of Texas Tech at home on Saturday with games at Missouri and at Texas A&M looming next week.
Can Temple restore some legitimacy to the A-10 and not lose at Duquesne?
Is UCF the best team in C-USA? If they are, they shouldn't lose at Southern Miss.
Is Michigan State finally back on track? If so, they should have no problem at home against Northwestern.
Is Memphis at-large worthy even if they beat Marshall at home?
When will they start printing NIT tickets in Knoxville? Might want to start soon if the Vols can't hold serve at home against Vanderbilt. That'd be seven (seven!) losses already for Tennessee.
Who will win the winner's-in-loser's-out bubble battle between Oklahoma State and Colorado?
Can Florida State avoid a Blue Devil hangover and beat N.C. State at home? Will they deserve a single digit seed on Monday with a win?
Can Arizona avoid the upset bug in the Pac-10 and take care of Arizona State at home?
Can ODU avoid suffering another resume-killing road loss (at Hofstra)?
Will Georgia still be worthy of a bid if they lose at Mississippi?
Can Baylor avoid looking ahead to their Big Monday game at home against Kansas and win at Iowa State?
Will Miami hang on to their spot in the bracket by beating BC at home?
Will Washington State ever win a conference road game?
Could the A-10 be just a two-bid league? The winner of the Xavier-Dayton game might be the only A-10 team other than Temple in our bracket come Monday.
Which Big East team - Notre Dame or St. John's - will bounce back better from a blowout loss earlier in the week?
Can West Virginia add a second marquee OOC win to their resume by upsetting Purdue?
Can Washington avoid getting swept by Stanford and Cal?