Bracketology 2012: USF Holds Steady, Miami Drops From Bracket

With Selection Sunday 24 hours away, the South Florida Bulls and the Miami Hurricanes will be nervously waiting to see if their name will be 1 of the 68 chosen for this year's NCAA Tournament. SB Nation's resident Bracketologist Chris Dobbertean released his latest bracket earlier today, and it was a mixed bag for the Florida teams sitting on the bubble.

USF remained one of the First Four In, flying up to Dayton to take on the Mississippi State Bulldogs on Tuesday. The winner of that game would head to Albuquerque, NM to face the 4th seed Indiana Hoosiers in the East Regional.

The Hurricanes however fell out of the bracket following their loss to Florida State in the ACC Quarterfinals last night in Atlanta. Dobbertean has Miami as one of the Next Four Out, meaning anywhere from the 5th to 8th team left out of March Madness.

Florida State moved up to a 4 seed in the Midwest Regional after their victory over the Canes, heading to Portland, OR to face the Davidson Wildcats. The Florida Gators moved down to a 7 seed in the South Regional after beating the Alabama Crimson Tide, where they will face Long Beach State in Columbus, OH on Friday.

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