Selection Sunday is finally upon us. That means numerous college basketball teams and fans across the country will be sweating it out on Sunday night, hoping that they are in the tournament.
There are also numerous other teams who already know they are in the tournament. Those teams will still be tuned in on Sunday night to see where they will be playing this week.
With that being said, there is still plenty of time for more projections before the official tournament bracket is released.
Here is a look at the projections for the entire 2013 NCAA Tournament field.
With the Louisville Cardinals claiming the Big East Tournament title on Saturday night, they put themselves in very good position to claim the No. 1 overall seed in the tournament.
Here is a complete projection for the East region.
16) Liberty vs North Carolina A&T
9) Iowa State
5) Notre Dame
3) Michigan State
10) St. Mary's
15) Northwestern State
Gonzaga has had an unbelievable season, but their strength of schedule is simply not going to be good enough for them to be the No. 1 overall seed. But the Zags will still get a favorable draw as the No. 1 seed in the West region.
Here is a complete projection for the West.
16) James Madison
9) Colorado State
12) Boise State vs La Salle
4) Kansas State
13) New Mexico State
2) New Mexico
If Indiana had won the Big Ten Tournament this weekend, it would likely have been enough for the Hoosiers to claim the No. 1 overall seed in the tournament. With Louisville's tournament win, and Indiana's semifinal loss to Wisconsin on Saturday, the Hoosiers are not in line for the No. 1 overall seed. They should still be happy as the No. 1 seed in the Midwest region.
Here is a complete projection for the Midwest region.
16) Southern University vs Albany
8) North Carolina State
9) San Diego State
4) St. Louis
13) South Dakota State
15) Florida Gulf Coast
Predictions for the final No. 1 seed have gone back and forth for weeks, but by clinching the Big 12 Tournament title on Saturday, the Jayhawks have all but locked up that final spot. The Midwest would obviously be a more favorable region then the South for Kansas, but getting a No. 1 seed will make Kansas fans very happy.
Here is a complete projection for the South region.
5) Oklahoma State
12) Middle Tennessee vs Ole Miss
11) Wichita State
7) North Carolina
2) Ohio State
15) Western Kentucky