Indiana Hoosiers guard Nick Zeisloft reacts during the first half in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament against the Maryland Terrapins at United Center. —Caylor Arnold, USA TODAY SportsWyoming became a thorn in every bubble team’s side on Saturday when it surprisingly won the Mountain West Conference tournament, becoming this year’s first true bid thief.UConn, a team that likely has no shot of making the NCAAs without a victory in today’s American Athletic Conference tournament final against SMU, could similarly shake up the projected field.But like BYU, which submitted its final result to the committee on Tuesday with a loss in the West Coast Conference final, five other teams are sitting tight today and waiting to hear their NCAA tournament fates. Bubble Tracker conference-by-conference breakdowns of the strength and weaknesses of borderline teams. Data as of March 14. (Results/records shown are against Division I opponents only). Removed from consideration: Richmond, Texas A&M, Old Dominionhttp://imgur.com/N90EdpVIn: SMU Probable: Cincinnati Bubble Team résumés (IN) Temple: 23-10 (13-5) 34 RPI 60 SoSThe Good: Win vs. Kansas and CincinnatiThe Bad: Loss vs. UNLV and St. Joseph’sNeed for at-large: Solid profile, just need to hope the big win against Kansas is enough. (OUT) Tulsa: 22-9 (14-4), 46 RPI, 88 SoSThe Good: Win vs. Temple (twice)The Bad: Loss vs. Oral Roberts and Division II Southeast Oklahoma State.Need for at-large: Hope the committee doesn’t subconsciously consider that glaring D-II loss.http://imgur.com/hKFUuBT In: Virginia, Duke, North Carolina, Louisville, Notre Dame Probable: N.C. State Bubble Team résumés (OUT) Miami: 21-12 (10-8), 65 RPI, 71 SoSThe Good: Wins vs. Illinois, Duke, N.C. State, Syracuse and PittsburghThe Bad: Losses vs. Eastern Kentucky, Florida State and Georgia TechNeed for at-large: Hope the committee thinks the Duke win is enough for an at-large.http://imgur.com/9jJv8XH In: VCU Probable: Dayton, Davidson Bubble: Nonehttp://imgur.com/8ih4ZvF In: Villanova, Butler, Providence, Georgetown, St. JohnsProbable: Xavier Bubble: Nonehttp://imgur.com/HeJMnM3 In: Wisconsin, MarylandProbable: Ohio State, Iowa, Michigan State Bubble Team résumés (IN) Purdue: 21-12 (12-6), 54 RPI, 56 SoSThe Good: Wins vs. BYU, N.C. State, Iowa, Indiana (twice), Ohio State and IllinoisThe Bad: Losses vs. North Florida, Vanderbilt, Gardner-Webb and MinnesotaNeed for at-large: Hope the committee thinks they’ve done enough. (IN) Indiana: 20-13 (9-9), 60 RPI, 26 SoSThe Good: Wins vs. SMU, Butler, Pittsburgh, Ohio State, Illinois and MarylandThe Bad: Losses vs. Eastern Washington and NorthwesternNeed for at-large: Hope the committee thinks they’ve done enough.http://imgur.com/zEgCZg9 In: Kansas, Iowa State, West Virginia, Baylor, Oklahoma Probable: Oklahoma State Bubble Team résumés (IN) Texas: 20-12 (8-10), 42 RPI, 15 SoSThe Good: Wins vs. Iowa, West Virginia and BaylorThe Bad: No bad lossesNeed for at-large: They needed to be competitive against Iowa State, and they were, losing on a buzzer beater.http://imgur.com/mgcdTpRIn: San Diego State, WyomingProbable: None Bubble Team résumés (IN) Colorado State: 26-6 (13-5), 30 RPI, 114 SoSThe Good: Wins vs. San Diego State and Boise StateThe Bad: Loss vs. New MexicoNeed for at-large: Nothing about their profile jumps out as great or horrible, but they do have a solid record. They need to hope the committee rewards them for that. (IN) Boise State: 23-8 (14-4), 41 RPI, 118 SoSThe Good: Wins vs. Colorado State, Saint Mary’s and San Diego StateThe Bad: Losses vs. Loyola-Chicago, Utah State, Wyoming and Fresno StateNeed for at-large: They did what was needed, but that was not factoring in bid thieves. Now we have one, and maybe a second today. Could be tense for them today.http://imgur.com/t3lqHac In: Arizona, Utah Probable: Oregon Bubble: None.http://imgur.com/n9ggPdSIn: Kentucky, Arkansas Probable: LSU Bubble team résumés (IN) Georgia: 21-11 (11-7), 38 RPI, 38 SoSThe Good: Wins vs. Ole Miss (twice) and Texas A&MThe Bad: Losses vs. Georgia Tech, South Carolina (twice) and AuburnNeed for at-large: They should be safe, but as of today have zero top-50 wins. That could hurt them. (OUT) Ole Miss: 20-12 (11-7), 56 RPI, 51 SoSThe Good: Wins vs. Cincinnati, Oregon, Arkansas, and Texas A&MThe Bad: Losses vs. TCU, Charleston Southern, Western Kentucky and VanderbiltNeed for at-large: Needed to have a win in first SEC tourney game and didn’t, they also needed no bid thieves, there has been at least one.http://imgur.com/vdftaLFIn: Gonzaga, Wichita State Probable: None Bubble team résumés (IN) BYU: 23-9 (13-5), 36 RPI, 74 SoSThe Good: Wins vs. Stanford, UMass, Saint Mary’s and GonzagaThe Bad: Loss vs. Pepperdine (twice) and San DiegoNeed for at-large: Their chances now depend on UConn in the AAC final – a UConn win and they might be the team that falls out, nothing they can do but wait.*** Note: All RPI and statistical data is used from WarrenNolan.com. About our bracketologist: Shelby Mast has been projecting the field since 2005 and has finished as one of the top five national bracketologists for his website, Bracket W.A.G. He’s predicted for The Indianapolis Star and collegeinsider.com and is an inaugural member of the Super 10 Selection Committee. Follow him on Twitter @BracketWag.ALL THE NCAA TOURNAMENT TEAMS 2. Brigham Young (25-9, 13-5): If defending champion UConn wins (a very strong possibility), BYU will be the team that pays the price. One thing the selection committee will examine — how many wins does a team have against other tournament teams — is what could doom the Cougars. They have one. Yes, it was against No. 7 Gonzaga, but when considering the full body of work, it wouldn’t be fair to toss this team in because of one victory and the fact that they’re hot. Otherwise, Miami (Fla.) should get the same consideration for beating Duke. 3. Tulsa (22-10, 14-4): The selection committee isn’t supposed to consider games against non-Division I opponents, but that D-II loss to Southeast Oklahoma State on the Golden Hurricane’s home floor will stand out like red wine on white carpet. If Tulsa had a more secure résumé — its best win came against Temple, and its SoS is in the 80s — it would be a different story. But Saturday’s loss to UConn was a make-or-break game.4. Mississippi (20-12, 11-7): For a while, SEC bubble teams seemed relatively safe. Conference tournament week has helped shove Texas A&M out of the running, and now the Rebels have shifted to the first four out. Ole Miss needed to win a game in the SEC tournament or at least dodge bid thieves based on its profile and did neither. 5. UCLA (20-13, 11-7): The Bruins have grown up, with five players averaging double figures, and they looked NCAA-worthy in their Pac-12 semifinal loss against Arizona. But UCLA will jump out as a notable snub this season.6. Murray State (27-5, 16-0): Some won’t consider Murray State’s inevitable omission from the field a snub, but Racers coach Steve Prohm surely will. His case is a 25-game win streak and the fact that they can compete in the NCAAs. But the committee is going to see quantity and not quality, and that’s why the Racers are unlikely to make the NCAA field. USA TODAY SPORTS WIRENCAA tournament bracketology: Final look at field of 68 on Selection Sunday USA TODAYNCAA tournament: Selection Sunday start time, lineup, TV info Hours away from the NCAA tournament selection show,they are the six teams that likely will still be waiting to hear their name from Greg Gumbel as the show concludes and ultimately have to settle for the NIT.1. Indiana (20-13, 9-9): Other media outlets have the Hoosiers currently out, but with three quality wins against top-20 RPI teams, it’s difficult to imagine the committee snubbing this power program. However, every year there’s a team that headlines the snubbed list despite its résumé seemed like a lock. Last year It was SMU. We think there’s a chance it could be Indiana this year. The Big Ten isn’t as strong as it usually is (fourth-best RPI), and Indiana’s exclusion would show the committee noticed.