Michigan State, despite a 28-3 record and outright Big Ten Championship, sits as a No. 2 seed because the big-time wins just aren't there compared to other teams. MSU could play itself up to a No. 1 seed if it does the following: Win the Big Ten Tournament with victories over Michigan in the semifinals and either Purdue or Ohio State in the finals. Winning the tournament without adding those two neutral-site wins won't quite prop up MSU's resume as much as needed.
|Last 4 In: Texas, UCLA, Baylor, Louisville|
First 4 Out: Providence, Syracuse, Boise St., Washington
Next 6 Out: Marquette, Georgia, Nebraska, Penn State, Utah, Notre Dame
The Deuce2Sports S-curve (thru 2/25 games)