A week after there was a lot of national talk about the wide-open race for No. 1 seeds, three of them are starting to look more settled. Ryan Kelly's return has cemented Duke as a clear choice along with Indiana, and Kansas is doing its part to overcome its three-game midseason swoon. There are multiple options for the final spot, which is the same thing you can say about the cutline at the bottom of the bracket.
|2013 NCAA Tournament Bracket|
*Designated auto-bid winners from each conference. Auto bids are determined by team with the best RPI of those with the fewest league losses.
Last four in: Villanova, Iowa State, Virginia, Kentucky
Last four out: Tennessee, Maryland, Mississippi, Alabama
New at-large teams in: None
Old at-large teams out: None
Bids by conference: Big East (8); Big Ten (7); ACC, Pac-12, Mountain West, Big 12 and Atlantic 10 (5); SEC (3); Missouri Valley and West Coast (2)