The Georgia women's basketball team heads into the NCAA tournament as a No. 4 seed and will first face 13-seed Marist at Chapel Hill, N.C. Despite losing in its conference semifinals, Kentucky moved up to a No. 2 seed after a wild weekend of upsets in the ACC, Big Ten and SEC tourneys. Read here.
And Charlie Creme writes: Is a neutral site worth a lower seed? Determining the No. 2 seeds will be the selection committee's toughest task next weekend. But this season, being a 3-seed has its advantages, like playing at a neutral site in the first and second rounds.