Well, our annual tradition of reseeding the field continues. This effort is both beloved and resented by fan bases around the country.
But we'll continue to do our best either way. There are, per the norm, few major changes for most teams at this point. But some movement is necessary.
Thanks, Princeton, Fairleigh Dickinson and Furman. Other seeds that might have seemed secure now warrant additional scrutiny based on what we've witnessed in recent days.
Yes, Houston's Jamal Shead (knee) and Marcus Sasser (groin) are both expected to play in the second round. But Sasser hasn't finished a game in a week, and Kelvin Sampson said his entire team needs rest right now.Read more on espn.com