1/31 Women's Basketball Bracketology Breakdown

Last Eight In: Rutgers, Seton Hall, San Diego, Nebraska, Duquesne, USC, North Carolina State, Iowa
First Eight Out: Oregon, St. Bonaventure, Georgia, Utah, St. Mary’s, Northwestern, Vanderbilt, Western Kentucky
The race for the Big Ten title will likely come down to Maryland and Ohio State, but the race for NCAA Tournament bids is getting very interesting. Even assuming Michigan State and Purdue are locks, the bubble is absolutely full of Big Ten teams. Iowa, Nebraska and Rutgers round out our current projected field, but all have a lot of work left to do and are among our last eight teams in. Minnesota was making a strong push until their loss to Michigan on Sunday. They should still be considered a bubble team though. And then there is Northwestern, who has time to turn around their horrid start to Big Ten play. In the end, the Big Ten will probably be looking at six or seven teams, but it could be as low as four if things go horribly wrong.
ACC: Duke, Florida State, Miami, North Carolina State, Notre Dame, Syracuse
American: Connecticut, South Florida
Big East: DePaul, Seton Hall, St. John’s
Big 12: Baylor, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas, West Virginia
Big Ten: Iowa, Maryland, Michigan State, Nebraska, Ohio State, Purdue, Rutgers 
Pac-12: Arizona State, Oregon State, Stanford, UCLA, USC, Washington
SEC: Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi State, Missouri, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas A&M
A-10: Duquesne, George Washington
CAA: James Madison
Horizon: Green Bay
MAC: Ohio
MVC: Drake
MWC: Colorado State
WCC: BYU, San Diego
America East: Albany
A-Sun: Florida Gulf Coast
Big Sky: Eastern Washington
Big South: UNC Asheville
Big West: UC Riverside
Ivy League: Princeton
MAAC: Iona
MEAC: Hampton
NEC: Robert Morris
OVC: Tennessee-Martin
Patriot: Army
Southern: Chattanooga
Southland: Central Arkansas
Summit: South Dakota State
Sun Belt: Arkansas State
SWAC: Texas Southern
WAC: New Mexico State