Here's what we're wondering heading into this weekend's games:
Will the Big East be down to a 9 bid league on Monday? If Marquette (vs. Syracuse on Saturday) and St. John's (vs. Duke on Sunday) both lose this weekend, it probably will be.
Can Northwestern shock the world and hand the Buckeyes their first loss?
Does UConn deserve a spot on the 1 line if they beat Louisville?
How awesome would it be if Thomas Robinson had a career day for the Jayhawks against Kansas State?
Can BYU avoid a SDSU hangover and beat New Mexico in The Pit?
What could Jimmer Fredette possibly do for an encore?
Has any team looked better over the last 10 days than Texas? Can the Longhorns picked up a fourth straight quality win by beating Missouri?
Can Pitt and Texas A&M fight off the upset bug that has run rampant throughout the power conferences this week and win at Rutgers and at Nebraska?
Does San Diego State stay on the 2 line with a win at home over Wyoming?
Can Villanova avoid an 0-2 week and beat Georgetown at home?
Can St. Mary's avoid a letdown after their thriller against Gonzaga and win what should be a tough game at Portland?
Which side of the bubble do the Zags deserve to be on? Will a decent OOC resume and a pillow-soft bubble be enough to keep them in next week?
Is Penn State worthy of an at-large if they beat Wisconsin?
Can Kentucky exact some revenge on Georgia? Can Purdue do the same to Minnesota?
Will Florida State pass a tricky road test at Clemson?
Does Richmond deserve to be the lowest-seeded A-10 team if they beat Xavier?
Will the loser of the Colorado-Baylor game ever be heard from again?
Assuming they both win on Saturday, who should be higher on the S-curve - Florida or Vandy?
Can UCLA get back on track after losing pretty easily to Arizona on Thursday? Should the Bruins stary in the bracket if they lose to the woeful Sun Devils?
Does the Horizon deserve two bids? If Butler wins at Valpo and Cleveland State wins at Loyola (IL), that might be the case on Monday.
Does C-USA deserve two bids? If Memphis wins at Marshall and UAB wins at UCF, that might be the case on Monday, too.
Will Oklahoma State ever win a road game in conference?
Can Cincinnati get its first win over a tourney-caliber Big East team?
Can Colorado State stay on the bubble and get a road win at Utah?
With the bubble so weak right now, does Utah State have a legitimate shot at an at-large if they need it? Can the Aggies run their current win streak to 15 at Hawaii on Saturday?
Can Washington State save its spot in the bracket and knock off Washington in Pullman?
Is Duquesne for real? If the Dukes beat Dayton at home, and add a second quality win to their resume, we'll start taking them seriously.
Will Virginia Tech bounce back from their bad road loss at Georgia Tech and beat Miami at home?
Can Missouri State take care of a visiting Northern Iowa team that has already beaten Wichita State on the road?
Is Maryland ready to climb back into the bracket? They can start by winning a not-so-easy road game at Georgia Tech.