Bracket projection: Buffalo

Senior point guard Wes Clark scored 26 points to lead Buffalo to a 76-66 win over Toledo in the Mid-American Conference's cut-down-the-nets game. The victory cemented the Bulls' MAC daddy status as Buffalo is going to the Big Dance for the fourth time in five years. It is the second NCAA tournament for Bulls' third-year head coach Nate Oats, who replaced Bobby Hurley after Hurley left for Arizona State. Oats has kept the winning going at Buffalo with his deft recruiting and a fun, up-tempo style. The high-octane Bulls feature four double-figure scorers, led by first-team All-MAC performers C.J. Massinburg and Nick Perkins. Can the running of these Bulls result in the goring of a major conference foe in the NCAA tourney?

ESPN Insider has your answers, as Joe Lunardi has enlisted a team of bracketologists to compile advanced metrics, key scouting intel and best- and worst-case tournament scenarios for all 68 teams to help you make smart picks in your bracket.