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NCAA Bubble Teams' Upcoming Schedule

NCAA Bubble Teams' Upcoming Schedule

NCAA Bubble Teams' Upcoming Schedule

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Jay Wright argues a foul call during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game against Georgetown, Wednesday, March 6, 2013, in Philadelphia. Villanova won 67-57. (Michael Perez/AP)
Jay Wright argues a foul call during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game against Georgetown, Wednesday, March 6, 2013, in Philadelphia. Villanova won 67-57. (Michael Perez/AP)

Bubbles will begin bursting Wednesday afternoon, when the last wave of conference tournaments get underway, and La Salle, Temple and Villanova will have their eyes and ears and hands glued to tubes and websites everywhere.

Here are the next games for the last eight teams in and the first eight teams out in Joe Lunardi's Bracketology from ESPN:

 Seed    Team  W-L  Next (Time)  Opponent (W-L)
 11  Iowa St.  21-10  Thursday (9:00)  Oklahoma (20-10)
 11  Wichita St.  26-8  Done  —
 11  Villanova  19-12  Wednesday (7:00)  St. John's (16-14)
 11  Temple  23-8  Friday (9:00)  Massachusetts/GW
 12  La Salle  21-8  Friday (6:30)  Butler/Dayton
 12  Kentucky  21-10  Friday (7:30)  Arkansas/Vanderbilt
 12  Boise St.  21-9  Wednesday (11:59)    San Diego St. (21-9)
 12  Virginia  21-10    Friday (2:30)  N. Carolina St./Va. Tech
 Out  Tennessee  19-11  Thursday (3:30)  S. Carolina/Mississippi St.
 Out  Mid. Tennessee    28-5  Done  
 Out  Mississippi  23-8  Friday (10:00)  Missouri/Texas A&M/Auburn
 Out  Baylor  18-13  Thursday (9:30)  Oklahoma St. (23-7)
 Out  S. Mississippi  23-8  Thursday (1:00)  UAB/S. Methodist
 Out  Alabama  20-11  Friday (3:30)  Tennessee/S. Carolina/Miss. St.  
 Out  Iowa  20-11  Thursday (9:00)  Northwestern (13-18)
 Out  Arizona St.  20-11  Wednesday (3:06)  Stanford (18-13)
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