Red Raiders No. 3 seed in NCAA bracket preview

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For instance, Auburn was moved out of the closer-to-home South because the top No. 2 seed can't go to the same region as the overall No. 1 seed.

Clemson University men's basketball was projected as a No. 3 seed in the NCAA Tournament as the Division I men's basketball committee revealed a sneak peek at its top 16 teams as of mid-February.

With a month remaining until Selection Sunday, the NCAA selection committee released its preliminary bracket projection of the tournament's top 16 seeds on Sunday. "Villanova bounced back with a good win Saturday, so we kept them second". The Wildcats earned the No. 4 seed in the West, but delving deeper into the resumes, Rhode Island looks better almost across the board. Tennessee is ranked as the No. 4 seed for that region.

The other Big Ten teams to make the cut were Purdue (No. 1 seed for the West Region) and Ohio State (No. 4 seed for the East Region). Duke, 3. Texas Tech, 4.

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The No. 2 Cavaliers (23-2, 12-1 ACC) travel to No. 25 Miami (18-6, 7-5 ACC) on Tuesday to face the Hurricanes at 9 p.m.at the Watsco Center. Kansas, North Carolina and Arizona filled out the top four in the West Region in Los Angeles.

"There's a perception out there that there aren't any great teams and that may or may not be true", he said. When the bracket came out past year, 15 of the teams were among the 16 we revealed in February.

In addition to the Top 16 seeds being revealed, CBS Sports' Jerry Palm projected the remainder of the brackets.

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