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These Were The Last Four Teams In The NCAA Tournament

NCAA basketballs sitting in a ball rack on the court.

SUNRISE, FL - DECEMBER 21: NCAA basketballs in a rack on the court during the shoot-around proipr to the game between the Florida Gators and the Fresno State Bulldogs during the MetroPCS Orange Bowl Basketball Classic on December 21, 2013 at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida. Florida defeated Fresno State 66-49. (Photo by Joel Auerbach/Getty Images)

The 68 teams in the NCAA Tournament were just revealed on TBS.

As always, the bubble was tight this year. There were a few teams that got snubbed, along with some surprises.

The committee unveiled the last four teams that got in, as well as the first four that were left out. You can view them below.

UCLA, St. Bonaventure, Arizona State and Syracuse were the last four in the field. Baylor, Notre Dame, Saint. Mary's and USC were the first four out.

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Syracuse seems to be the biggest surprise of the first four in, though Oklahoma not only making the field but being in the regular bracket is a head-scratcher as well.

Saint Mary's went 28-5 and was left out of the field, while USC finished second in the Pac-12 and didn't make it. You can bet they're unhappy.

Also, Notre Dame is left to ponder what would have happened if Bonzie Colson didn't get hurt.