Joe Lunardi’s latest Bracketology has the Pitt Panthers as the top seed in the West. Will Pitt still be a top seed when the Selection Sunday show rolls around here in a few hours? Maybe, but Duke, currently a No. 2 seed in the Northeast, currently has a 42-28 lead on UNC in the ACC Championship Game, so the Blue Devils could take over Pitt’s No. 1 seed with a win.
The other three No. 1 seeds are Ohio State, Kansas and Notre Dame.
Lunardi currently has the West Virginia Mountaineers as a No. 6 seed in the West. The Penn State Nittany Lions, meanwhile, are a No. 12 seed in the West. The last four in are Saint Mary’s, Clemson, Virginia Tech and USC, while the first four out are Alabama, Georgia, Boston College and UAB.
All teams will learn of their NCAA Tournament fates tonight at 6:00 PM on the Selection Sunday show on CBS.