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Here's Joe Lunardi's Latest Bracket Heading Into Sunday's Action

College basketball fans - we're almost there. There are just a handful of games left to be played this afternoon before we get to see this year's NCAA Tournament bracket.

Joe Lunardi, per usual, has been putting in overtime to keep college basketball fans updated on what he thinks the bracket will look like. Late Sunday night, he released his latest projections.

Lunardi has Virginia, Villanova, Kansas and Xavier as the four 1-seeds at the moment. There probably won't be much debate there, to be honest.

His last four teams in? Texas, Oklahoma, Saint Mary's and Arizona State. The first four teams out are Louisville, Notre Dame, Baylor and Oklahoma State.

Lundardi's four 2-seeds are Purdue, UNC, Duke and Cincinnati. Check it out:

There are still five games to be played this afternoon. At Noon, UPenn and Harvard will square off for the Ivy League title and an auto-bid.

Davidson and Rhode Island will play for the Atlantic 10 title at 1:00 PM ET. The Wildcats are a bid-stealer if they win - since Rhode Island is going to get in anyway.

Kentucky and Tennessee will play for the SEC Tournament title at 1:00 PM ET as well. That's followed by UT Arlington vs. Georgia State for the Sun Belt title at 2:30 PM ET.

The final game of the day will be Cincinnati vs. Houston for the AAC title. That contest tips off at 3:30 PM ET.

Selection Sunday, which will air on TBS this year, starts at 6:00 PM ET.