Here's what we're wondering heading into this weekend's games:
Who's the best team in the Ivy? The winner of Harvard at Princeton will give us an early leader in the clubhouse.
Nebraska knocked off A&M at home last weekend...can the Huskers do the same to Kansas this weekend?
Can Texas take care of Texas Tech at home to lock down a spot on the 1 line?
Is Florida the best team in the SEC? If the Gators beat Kentucky in Gainesville on Saturday, they might be seeded that way on Monday.
Who deserves the best seed from the Pac-10? After Washington's slip-up against Oregon State, it might be Arizona (if the Wildcats can take care of Cal).
Could Washington State have played any worse against Oregon? Are the Cougars worthy of a bid even if they win at Oregon State?
Can the Flying Jimmers complete a season sweep of UNLV?
Can Pitt take care of Cincinnati at home? Isn't it about time the Bearcats picked up a second quality win in conference?
Will Villanova complete a nice 2-0 week with a home win over West Virginia?
Can Missouri and A&M bounce back from losses earlier in the week and beat Baylor and Colorado, respectively, at home?
Will a win at Iowa State be enough to get Kansas State back in the bracket?
Has Syracuse righted the ship? If so, they should no problem at South Florida.
Can Vandy avoid falling to 3-5 in conference and beat South Carolina?
Will Illinois survive a tricky road game at Northwestern?
Does VCU still deserve the Colonial automatic? If George Mason beats ODU at home, the Rams might get bumped.
Can Duquesne improve to 9-0 in the A-10 (9-0!) with a road win over the Bonnies?
Can Xavier and Temple stay within striking distance of the Dukes by beating Saint Louis and Rhode Island at home?
How bad is Conference USA right now? Is Memphis still the team to beat?
Speaking of the Tigers, can they burst Gonzaga's bubble with a win in Spokane?
Does Butler have any chance of winning at Cleveland State after the way they played at Youngstown State?
Seriously, Youngstown State?
Who deserves the Missouri Valley automatic right now? Missouri State (after their head-scratching loss at Evansville)? Northern Iowa (who's won eight in a row)? Or Wichita State (who is a game up in conference but already has home losses to the other two?)
Does the Valley deserve two bids on Monday?
Who needs the win more - St. John's or UCLA? Who gets it?
Can BC save its spot in the bracket and beat Virginia Tech at home?
Can Tennessee avoid losing a trap game at home against Alabama? The Vols play at Kentucky and at Florida next week.
Can Minnesota knock off Ohio State? The Gophers will have play a tiny bit better than they did against Indiana on Wednesday.
Doesn't Michigan State just seem destined for the NIT at this point? Do the Spartans still deserve a bid on Monday (with 10 losses) if they don't upset Wisconsin at the Kohl Center?
Is Penn State a one-week wonder? Can the Nittany Lions beat Michigan at home to stay in the bracket?
How will Larry Drew's departure affect North Carolina? Can the Tar Heels beat Florida State at home and keep pace with Duke in conference?