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Bracketology Predictions 2011: Final NCAA Tournament Bracket Projections On Selection Sunday

The Selection Sunday show is just about half an hour away, giving us one more chance to sweep through the bracketology predictions to get a better idea of which teams are in or out and where our local teams may land. The bubble is still incredibly flexible ahead of the NCAA Tournament selection show, but we do know the Washington Huskies and Gonzaga Bulldogs are in. Where the Zags and Huskies will land, though, remains in question, with projections still varying for each.

Here’s a look at the final NCAA Tournament projections ahead of Selection Sunday.

Washington Huskies: SB Nation has the Huskies as a No. 7 seed in the West region. The Huskies face Michigan, the No. 10 seed, in SB Nation’s bracket, with the first round matchup set to take place in Tucson. Washington seems to have stabilized as a No. 7 seed in almost every bracket as the experts form some kind of consensus on where Washington projections.

Gonzaga Bulldogs: SB Nation has the Zags as a No. 10 seed in its final bracketology, getting Gonzaga off the dreaded 8/9 line, but bumping the Bulldogs down a seed. Gonzaga would face Old Dominion in the first round of the Southeast region in Tulsa. Texas would likely await the winner in the second round.

Stay with our bracketology StoryStream throughout the day for the latest updates leading up to the NCAA Tournament selection show at 3 p.m. Be sure to check in with Washington and Gonzaga fans throughout the day at SB Nation’s UW Dawg Pound and The Slipper Still Fits.