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NCAA Tournament Bound

4-0, 16-2 - The Aggies are the best team in the conference at this point.
3-1, 16-3 - Despite their loss to Texas Tech the Jayhawks are still a solid number two in the conference.
3-2, 17-3 - A triple overtime win over the Longhorns keeps the Cowboys near the top but improvement is still needed to contend for one of the top spots and a first round bye in the conference tournament.
3-1, 13-5 - The Longhorns are currently riding a two game losing streak but that should end tonight when they visit Nebraska.
3-1, 14-5 - It pains me to say this but the Red Raiders have been the surprise of the season. Their 69-64 win over Kansas gave them legitimacy in their quest to earn a bid to the Big Dance.

On the NCAA Bubble

3-2, 14-6 - The Wildcats are sitting pretty good in conference but need to pick up about six more wins to get a NCAA invite.

NIT Bound

3-3, 11-7 - Oklahoma's offense is starting to catch up with their defense making the Sooners a dangerous team for the middle of the pack competition. OU is still not ready to run with the big boys but they have put themselves in competition for post-season play.
2-3, 11-8 - After playing Kansas to within four points the Cyclones have dropped games at Colorado and home against Kansas State. After a 2-0 start in conference the ship could be sinking in Ames.
(1-2, 12-5)The Huskers have lost two in a row and are facing Texas tonight. It's a good thing their date with OSU was postponed or they would be facing a four game losing streak.
(1-4, 11-7)Seein the bears lose at Kansas State and at OU makes you wonder how in the world they beat Texas Tech.

Building for Next Year

1-4, 5-10 - The Buffs have a chance to pick up their second conference win tonight when they host the struggling Missouri Tigers.
0-4, 11-6 - Does anyone know what has happened to Missouri Tiger basketball?