The BracketBusters standings have been updated. If the pairings were announced today, this is what I think ESPN would do. Remember, this is made for TV, not fairness.
EDIT: A kind reader pointed out that Drake and St. Mary's have already locked horns this season, so I made the adjustment. Thanks!
Kent State at St. Mary's
Drake at Butler
George Mason at Valparaiso
Nevada at Illinois State
Creighton at Winthrop
Niagara at Ohio
ESPN Classic (1)
Miami-OH at CS-Northridge
Wright State at Oral Roberts
Siena at Holy Cross
Marist at Cleveland State
VCU at SIU
Davidson at Akron
UC-Santa Barbara at UW-Green Bay
Wichita State at Boise State
--Florida at Alabama. One of these paper tigers will use a 3-hole punch on the other.
--Brown at Baylor. Two pleasant surprises in the non-conference.
--Georgetown at DePaul. Blue Demons have already taken care of Providence and Villanova in their last two home games.
--St. Mary's at Fresno State. Gael have been manhandled in their only two road games (SIU, Texas).
--Northern Iowa at Illinois State. Redbirds have been solid since their inexplicable loss to Eastern Michigan, including FOUR true road wins in a row before beating SIU at home in their last game.
--Seton Hall at Marquette. Warriors will be angry after losing at WVU last time out. SHU could use a signature win to bolster their profile.
--Holy Cross at Maryland. Crusaders are good and MD has been shaky.
--Indiana at Michigan. Hoosiers had a close on at Iowa. UM played well at Purdue on Sat.
--Purdue at Michigan State. Sparty is a heavy favorite, but Purdue needs to get it in gear. Their profile (and RPI) is very weak at this point.
--BYU at Wake Forest. Cougars find themselves in need of a win.