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Jay Bilas Names His Top 4 Teams In College Basketball

College GameDay at Syracuse.

SYRACUSE, NY - FEBRUARY 01: ESPN College GameDay hosts (L-R) Rece Davis, Jalen Rose, Digger Phelps and Jay Bilas prior to the game between the Duke Blue Devils and the Syracuse Orange at the Carrier Dome on February 1, 2014 in Syracuse, New York. (Photo by Rich Barnes/Getty Images)

The college basketball world saw some surprising outcomes on Saturday, with a couple of the nation's top teams losing in upsets.

Michigan, previously unbeaten, fell to Wisconsin in Madison. The Wolverines struggled to get any kind of consistent offense going against a tough Badgers' team. John Beilein's team ended up suffering its first loss of the season.

Virginia, meanwhile, also fell. The Cavaliers' loss was much more explainable, though, as it came against Duke at Cameron Indoor Stadium.

The new top 25 polls will surely feature a decent amount of change following these upsets.

ESPN college basketball analyst Jay Bilas had updated his top four rankings prior to Saturday's games. We'll see if his changes at all moving into Monday.

"Right now, I think Michigan is the best team in the country and and then Virginia, Tennessee, Gonzaga and others are right behind them," Bilas said on ESPN's College GameDay.

Of course, these rankings will probably change a little bit, but it's a solid grouping of potential Final Four teams.

We're only about two months away from the 2019 NCAA Tournament, so the battle for the No. 1 seeds is going to really heat up in the coming weeks.

Who will you be picking to advance deep into the NCAA Tournament come March?