Predicting College Basketball's No. 1 Seeds for March Madness

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Predicting College Basketball's No. 1 Seeds for March Madness
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Selection Sunday is only 11 days away, and yet, there are no teams that are locks for No. 1 seeds in the NCAA tournament.

Indiana has lost two of its last three games, Gonzaga might need to win the West Coast Conference Tournament to earn a No. 1 seed.

The gap is small between Miami and Duke in the ACC. Kansas and Georgetown are getting hot at the right time.

The rest of the Big Ten keeps beating up on each other.

It's a season with little separation between the good teams and the great teams, which is generally the formula for crazy upsets and phenomenal finishes in the NCAA tournament.

Here is how the selection committee should sort this chaos out.

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