NCAA Basketball Bracket 2019: Latest bracketology before Sunday selection • Parlay Game

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE - MARCH 15: Andrew Nembhard, No. 2 Florida Gators, celebrates with KeVaughn Allen, No. 5 in the LSU Tigers game in the quarter-finals of the SEC basketball tournament held at Bridgestone Arena on March 15, 2019 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Andy Lyons / Getty Images)

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Friday's conference tournament results upset support projections for the 2019 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament.

The most important win on Friday came from Florida, which eliminated LSU at the top of the quarter-final list of the SEC tournament.

Similar bubble teams, Minnesota and Seton Hall, helped their status to rank at 68 with wins in the Big Ten and Big East, respectively.

Attention is now turning to the finals of Saturday's conference tournaments, as 14 automatic bids will be handed out over a 14-hour period.

A handful of programs will closely monitor some of the finals, with some potential thieves coming to the field.

Florida, Minnesota and Seton Hall should be present

Florida, Minnesota and Seton Hall were Friday 's main winners, as all three programs should feel comfortable with their respective places in Big Dance.

The Gators opened Friday's four-game list at the SEC tournament with a brave victory over LSU, which took them past the bottom four. Joe Lunardi from Parlay Game last projection of support.

Miller's Report Kerry Miller supported this feeling because he has the Gators as his fifth in the last game to get to Saturday.

Minnesota surprised Purdue in the quarter-finals of the Big Ten tournament, reinforcing its position as the seventh Big Ten team to be stuck in the group of 68.

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS - MARCH 15: Minnesota Golden Gophers' No. 1 Dupree McBrayer dribbles the ball as he was guarded by Carsen Edwards # 3 of the Boilermakers Purdue in the second half in the quarter-finals of the Big Ten Basketball Tournament Tournament

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Starting Saturday, the Golden Gophers are a seed number 9 in Jerry Palm's CBSSports.com support projection.

Unless there are significant changes over the weekend, Minnesota should expect the worst at seed number 9 or 10.

In Miller's last showing, he has Seton Hall landing a No. 8 seed and playing Minnesota in the first round.

However, there is no consensus on the landing of Kevin Willard's team, as Lunardi Projects the pirates like a seed n ° 9 and Palm View them like a seed No. 10.

But at this point of the season, no matter where these teams meet, because all they are concerned about is being safe in the Big Dance.

Bubble teams will fight Saturday's potential thieves

The Mountain West, Pac-12 and MAC championships will be closely followed by teams currently screened on the bubble due to the presence of thieves.

The state of San Diego, Oregon and Bowling Green are the target teams, none of them should be the subject of 68 players at the moment.

If the state of San Diego passes to the state of Utah during the Mountain West Tournament Finals, that league could win three tournament offers in the NCAA, Nevada stuck in the field and the State of Utah in a safe place for now as a No. 10 seed in Lunardi support.

For most of the season, the Pac-12 was perceived as a league to an offer, Washington being the sole representative of the conference, but Oregon emerged as a possible NCAA tournament team with its course in the Pac-12 tournament.

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If the Ducks win their fourth straight game at the T-Mobile Arena, the Pac-12s could be given an extra spot that was not expected at the start of the championship week.

If Washington loses, it is likely that the Big Dance will come true, with a record of 26-7 in the regular season and a victory in the regular season of the Pac-12.

The MAC is already sure to send Buffalo into the group of 68, but Bowling Green could join the Bulls if he wins in Cleveland on Saturday.

Bubble teams should be concerned about Bowling Green as the Eagles have already won against Buffalo in the regular season.

Teams rooted in the states of Washington, Buffalo and Utah include Temple, St. John's, NC State, Belmont, UNC-Greensboro and Creighton.

But the conference tournament finals are not the only games that the bubble teams should watch, as Memphis will run at home in the US tournament, and if the Tigers defeated Houston in Saturday's semifinal, it will open the door. to a nervous situation. Sunday afternoon for some schools.

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