Here's what we're wondering heading into this weekend's games:
Will Harvard (vs. Penn) or Princeton (at Dartmouth) get caught looking ahead to their Saturday showdown?
Can Duke sweep North Carolina and win the ACC regular season title? If the Blue Devils win, is there any way they don't end up on the 1 line?
Will Michigan be the latest bubble team to blow their shot an at-large? Are the Wolverines safe if they beat Michigan State and then win the 4/5 game in the Big Ten tourney?
Would a win for Alabama over Georgia be enough for the Tide to hang on to their spot on the 12 line?
Can BYU overcome its recent distractions and take care of Wyoming at home to secure the 1 seed for the MWC tourney?
Is the Virginia Tech at Clemson match-up the biggest bubble battle of the weekend?
Or is Nebraska at Colorado?
Will Kansas win at Missouri to secure their 1 seed? Will Pitt do the same at home against Villanova?
Can Baylor take down a slumping Texas squad and once again climb back onto the bubble?
Will Notre Dame be able to win at UConn and stay in the mix for a 1 seed? How far would UConn fall with an 0-2 week and a .500 Big East finish?
Will an appearance in the Horizon final be enough to get Butler an at-large?
Is there any chance that Colorado State can pull off a shocker at SDSU?
Would Florida climb into the mix for a 2 seed if they can win at Vandy and finish 13-3 in conference?
Can Cincinnati complete a season sweep of Georgetown and climb above the Hoyas on the S-curve?
How high will West Virginia's seed climb if they complete a 2-0 week with a win over Louisville?
Will a bid-stealer come from the Colonial conference tourney?
Who will win the Ohio Valley, Big South, and Atlantic Sun championship games? Will Belmont or Coastal Carolina see their dream seasons end early?
If Richmond takes down Duquesne, is there any way the Spiders get left out at 13-3 in the A-10?
If Kansas State takes care of Iowa State, will they get this week's biggest seed bump?
Could Missouri State lose in the MVC semis and have any chance for an at-large?
Will a win over UCLA be enough for Washington State to climb back into the bracket?
If Seton Hall upsets Marquette, like they did St. John's already this week, would 11 Big East bids be in jeopardy?
Can Princeton win at Harvard and secure this year's first automatic bid?
Would a win over Wisconsin at home lock up the No. 1 overall seed for Ohio State?
Can Tennessee beat Kentucky in Knoxville and move into lock status?
Will Florida State survive a trip to N.C. State? If the 'Noles were to lose their next two games, would they get squeezed out of the field?
BC can't lose at home to Wake Forest...right?
Does it even matter who wins the Penn State-Minnesota game?