Who would have ever thought the best game of the year, based on RPI, would be between San Diego State and BYU? When was the last regular season game between two top 4 RPI teams?
If the winner of SDSU-BYU wins out, what's the percent chance they get a 1 seed?
Can Virginia Tech jump into the bracket (for good?) with a win over Duke in Blacksburg?
Can Texas avoid a second straight weekend loss to a Big XII bubble team? (Is Colorado still a bubble team...?)
Will Georgetown (vs. Syracuse) or Villanova (vs. St. John's) go 0-2 at home this week?
Can Arizona complete a season sweep of UCLA? Can Florida do the same to Kentucky?
Will Kansas State cement its spot in the bracket with a home win over Missouri?
Is Baylor done? Is there any chance the Bears upset Texas A&M in Waco to stay in the hunt for an at-large?
Did VCU and BC see their at-large bubbles burst this week? Can they bounce back with wins over James Madison and Virginia?
Does Minnesota still deserve a bid even if they beat Michigan at home? How will the Wolverines play in the wake of Wednesday's brutal buzzer-beating loss to Wisconsin?
Was Wednesday night's beatdown at Maryland a blip on the radar for Florida State, or is it a sign of things to come? Can the 'Noles take care of Miami at home?
Did Alabama really need a last second tip-in to beat Auburn? Can they shake off that awful performance and win at Mississippi?
Is Gonzaga in the bracket for good after their enormous win at St. Mary's? Can they do what the Gaels could not do and win at San Diego?
Will a trip to the WCC final be enough for St. Mary's to get in?
Should the loser of Wichita State at Missouri State start printing NIT tickets?
Is winning a share of the Horizon regular season title enough to get Butler an at-large?
Could Conference USA be more of a mess? If Memphis hands UTEP its third loss of the week, will it be hard to deny the Tigers an at-large?
Can UAB and Southern Miss stay alive in the race for the C-USA regular season title with road wins over Houston and UCF?
Can Vanderbilt and Temple win on the road and avoid 0-2 weeks?
Will Nebraska keep its slim at-large hopes alive with a road win at Iowa State?
Will a win at Air Force be enough to keep Colorado State in the bracket on Monday?
Can Utah State avoid a season sweep at the hands of Idaho?
Does Pitt need to win at Louisville to stay on the 1 line?
If Michigan State beats Purdue, is there any chance they don't get an at-large?
If UConn loses at Cincinnati, will the Bearcats have a better seed than the Huskies on Monday?
Can Maryland win at North Carolina? Will one Top 50 win be enough for them to climb into the bracket?
Can West Virginia avoid an upset at Rutgers (and the big seed drop that would follow)?
Marquette picked up a ticket-punching win at UConn this week; they couldn't possibly give their ticket back by losing at home to Providence, right?