Here's what we're wondering heading into this weekend's games:
Can both Ohio State (at Illinois) and Kansas (vs. Texas) both make it through the weekend undefeated?
How ready is Jay Wright for this week to be over? Fresh off a last-second loss at Gampel Pavilion, Villanova has to head to the Carrier Dome on Saturday, where 33,000 Syracuse fans await.
What's the over-under on Wake Forest's point total against Duke? 40?
How much of a difference will having Bruce Pearl back on the bench make for Tennessee against UConn?
Can Jimmer and Friends survive a tough road test at Colorado State? Do the Rams deserve a spot in the bracket if they finish off an already big week with a victory over the Cougars?
Will Texas A&M bounce back from its loss at Texas and, in the process, bounce Kansas State from the bracket?
Can Kentucky finally win an SEC road game?
Will Terrence Jones stop being such a SELFISH MOTHERF....?
Can anyone win on the road in the Big Ten? Can Michigan State avoid its seventh loss of the season and win at Mackey Arena?
Can Notre Dame avenge its 22-point beatdown at the hands of Marquette back on Jan. 10 and take care of the Golden Eagles in South Bend?
Will Washington State complete a much-needed 2-0 week and beat Arizona in Pullman? Should the Wildcats be bumped from the bracket in favor of UCLA if they lose?
St. Mary's might be the least talked-about good team in the country, but are they good enough to win at Vanderbilt?
Will the A-10 be back to a three-bid league on Monday? If Richmond wins at UMass, there's a good chance the answer to that question is yes.
Even with a win at Oklahoma, is Colorado (after losing by 12 at Nebraska on Tuesday) going to keep its spot in next week's bracket?
Will a win at Baylor be enough to get Oklahoma State back in the bracket? (If A&M beats Kansas State, yes.)
Is Florida State really the second best team in the ACC? If they are, they should beat BC at home.
How many questions will we have to answer from panicked FSU fans if the 'Noles lose?
Is Virginia Tech in the bracket to stay after their convincing win at Maryland? The Hokies have a pretty easy schedule from here on out, and there's no reason they can't finish in the top four in the ACC.
Will Georgia and Southern Miss be able to bounce back from crushing last-second home losses earlier in the week?
Can Xavier seize control of the A-10 race and beat Temple?
Will the winner of the Memphis-UAB game be the only C-USA team in our next bracket?
Will ODU take care of VCU at home and avoid falling two games behind the Rams in the Colonial?
What happened to UNLV on Wednesday? Will the Rebels regroup and take care of New Mexico in Vegas?
How much longer will the loser of the Cincinnati-St. John's game be in the bracket?
Will the MVC be back to a one-bid league on Monday? After Wichita State's home loss to Northern Iowa on Wednesday, that's a very good possibility.
Will Florida play better against Arkansas than they did against Auburn? Is it possible for them to play worse?
Can Northwestern finally get a quality Big Ten win and beat Wisconsin at home?
Is Miami worthy of a bid next week even if they win at N.C. State?
Could West Virginia really lose to Marshall and South Florida in the same week?
Can Belmont continue to tear through the Atlantic Sun? (The Bruins have won their first eight conference games by an average of 29 points.) What seed would Belmont deserve if they finish the regular season 28-3, with their only three losss coming to Tennessee (twice) and Vandy?
Did we really just ask a Belmont question?