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Joe Lunardi's Latest Bracketology Shows Syracuse As First Team Out, Saint Mary's As Last Team In

During most of college basketball's regular season, ESPN bracket guru Joe Lunardi updates his "bracketology" on a weekly basis. But with conference tournaments in full swing, he's now making daily changes. The most recent? Syracuse, after losing to Pittsburgh in the second round of the ACC Tournament, is now the first team out of the NCAA Tournament. Saint Mary's is the last team in.

Lunardi's last four in? Pitt, St. Bonaventure, Monmouth and Saint Mary's. He has Syracuse, UConn, Tulsa, Valparaiso, Florida, Michigan, Ohio State and George Washington just missing out. Here's the entire bracket, via ESPN.

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Will the Orange be left out this Sunday? It's going to be very interesting.

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