10 things I predict and/or hope we'll see on Selection Sunday

Here are 10 things I predict and/or hope we'll see tomorrow on Selection Sunday, when the 68-team field is announced for the NCAA Tournament:

1. Kentucky and Western Kentucky will be set up to meet in the second round in Louisville as long as the Hilltoppers win their First Four game Tuesday in Dayton.

2. The bracket will almost certainly be set up so Kentucky will have a third-round game against Memphis. John Calipari's former team, which is coached by his former assistant Josh Pastner, will probably either be an 8 or 9 seed.

3. I could also see Indiana being a 4 or 5 seed in the same half of the region as Kentucky. The Selection Committee would love to see a Round of 16 rematch between the teams that produced one of the best endings in college basketball this season and Big Blue fans would love a chance for the Wildcats to avenge their lone loss of the season (as long as Vandy doesn't beat them Sunday in the SEC Tournament final).

4. Duke will be the No. 2 seed in Kentucky's region with the hopes that the two teams will meet in the Elite Eight on the 20th anniversary of the Greatest College Basketball Game Ever Played.

5. Either Murray State or Indiana, or possibly both, will also be playing at the KFC Yum! Center next week.

6. Speaking of the Hoosiers, Indiana should be set up to play Lamar, the Southland Conference champ coached by Pat Knight, in a second-round game. The NCAA Selection Committee never had the guts to put Bob Knight up against IU in the Big Dance after he went to Texas Tech, but putting his son up against the Hoosiers would be a great early-tourney storyline.

7. Louisville could be a 4 seed with a potential third-round game against 5-seed IU.

8. There's also a chance that the Cardinals will be a 3 seed and have a opportunity for a third-round game against Murray State.

9. I also think there's a chance that UofL could be a 4 seed with Florida a 5 seed in the same bracket. The NCAA Selection Committee would love a Ricky P. vs. Billy D. matchup.

10. And finally, I also wouldn't be surprised to see Louisville as a 4 seed in the same half of the bracket as Kentucky. That would create quite a buzz around here with the possibility of a Round of 16 matchup between the two.