Here's what we're wondering heading into this weekend's games:
Can UConn avenge last month's home loss to Louisville? Do the Huskies deserve to be on the 2 line next week if they do?
Whose at-large hopes will be crushed by the result of VCU at Wichita State?
Can Princeton pass a tricky road test at Yale and stay unbeaten in the Ivy?
Could the Jayhawks lose two in a row? Colorado beat Kansas State and Kansas State beat Kansas, so does that mean Colorado can beat Kansas?
It's hard to take a power conference team seriously when their last tourney appearance was 1998, but won't we have to if Nebraska can knock off Texas?
If Kansas State and Baylor can win home games against Big XII bottom feeders, and Colorado and Nebraska somehow pulled off Ws, can you imagine the Big XII bubble mess on Monday?
Will SDSU get caught overlooking Air Force in anticipation of its showdown with BYU next weekend?
St. John's has already beaten three of the top four Big East teams at home. Will they take down Pitt and make it 4-for-4?
West Virginia hasn't beaten a Big East team in the top half of the bracket since early January. Will they break that streak at home against Notre Dame?
Can Washington climb back into the hunt for the Pac-10 title and beat Arizona in Tucson?
Considering that BC hasn't won a conference road game in 2011, do they really have any chance to win in Chapel Hill?
If Virginia Tech can win at Virginia, then they have to finally be ahead of BC on the ACC bubble, correct?
A few days ago it was a given that Utah State needed the win more than St. Mary's in their BracketBuster showdown, but after the Gaels' loss to San Diego this week, who needs this game more?
Florida State couldn't have asked for an easier opponent in their first post-Singleton game. He's not so important that the Seminoles could possibly lose to Wake Forest, is he?
Given the way Georgia has fared against superior opponents in the past month, we have no expectations for them to win at Tennessee. The question is, will they be in the bracket on Monday with another loss?
Can Michigan win at Iowa and keep their slim at-large hopes alive?
We know that Colorado State cannot match the OOC resume of UNLV, but if they beat the Rebels again and have a three-game lead in the loss column on the Rebels, how are they not ahead of them on the MWC bubble?
Cincinnati got the marquee Big East win its resume so desperately needed this week, but can they avoid giving it all back and losing at Providence?
Gonzaga's at-large resume improved this week without them doing much of anything. Can the Zags avoid a season sweep at the hands of San Francisco and keep their at-large dreams alive?
Does Michigan State have the biggest must-win game of any bubble team this weekend with Illinois coming in?
Are we wrong in thinking the most likely scenario for Conference USA is Memphis getting an at-large and someone else (UTEP? UAB? Southern Miss?) winning the conference tourney?
Why does the ESPN Gameday schedule come out in the beginning of the season? Shouldn't they hold off until a week or two before so we aren't stuck watching them in Lansing at such a mediocre game?
Can Purdue knock off Wisconsin and Ohio State in the same week?
We were reminded again on Thursday that Penn State is pretty tough to beat at home. Any chance they win at the Kohl Center?
Will Old Dominion continue to state its case for an at-large with a BracketBuster win over Cleveland State?
Will Clemson see its at-large chances end for good with a loss at Miami?