Who's No. 1? These five teams each have a claim on final top seed

Monday March 3rd, 2014
Andrew Wiggins couldn't save Kansas from a loss on Saturday, but the Jayhawks are still a leading candidate for a No. 1 seed.
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West

South

1. Arizona
16. Robert Morris
1. Florida
16. Weber State/Utah Valley
8. SMU
9. Pittsburgh
8. New Mexico
9. Baylor
4. Oklahoma
13. Delaware
4. Cincinnati
13. Toledo
5. Saint Louis
12. Missouri/Providence
5. Michigan State
12. Harvard
3. Virginia
14. Georgia State
3. Creighton
14. North Dakota State
6. Kentucky
11. Saint Joseph's
6. Memphis
11. BYU/California
7. Iowa
10. Oklahoma State
7. Ohio State
10. Oregon
2. Villanova
15. UC Irvine
2. Duke
15. Vermont
 

Midwest

East

1. Wichita State
16. Alabama State/High Point
1. Kansas
16. Davidson
8. Kansas State
9. Arizona State
8. Stanford
9. George Washington
4. Louisville
13. Mercer
4. San Diego State
13. Stephen F. Austin
5. North Carolina
12. Southern Miss
5. Connecticut
12. Green Bay
3. Iowa State
14. Iona
3. Michigan
14. Belmont
6. Massachusetts
11. Arkansas
6. Texas
11. Colorado
7. UCLA
10. Xavier
7. VCU
10. Gonzaga
2. Wisconsin
15. Boston University
2. Syracuse
15. North Carolina Central
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