The body of work each college basketball program works to build creates seeding scenarios and matchups that help make March Madness what it is today, one of the greatest spectacles in American sports.
Each program receives a schedule early on, and each game becomes a road map to where they are in March come tournament time.
There are a few programs who have an internal goal of obtaining one of four No. 1 seeds. To achieve that goal, the team pretty much needs to be a conference champion, or at the very least built an incredible body of work to get them to that point.
The following slides include 35 games that will either tumble a programs body of work, or propel a team to the top seed conversation come March. Please note, this post is written based upon the body of work that has already completed up to this point, and only included slides of games which haven't been played yet.