As such, I have revised my top 16 projection in anticipation of the committee factoring in Saturday's results.
1 seeds: Virginia, Villanova, Xavier, Kansas
2 seeds: Purdue, Clemson, Auburn, Texas Tech
3 seeds: North Carolina, Cincinnati, Tennessee, Duke
4 seeds: Michigan State, Ohio State, Arizona, Rhode Island
Teams just missing the cut (aka the 5 seeds): Wichita State, Oklahoma, West Virginia, Texas A&M
The profile that has materially changed is Michigan State. Prior to Saturday, the Spartans did not have a profile deserving of a top 16 ranking. On Saturday, they beat Purdue, picking up their best win of the season. But that's not the only thing that changed. Due to Notre Dame's upset of Florida State and UConn playing Wichita State, the Spartans retroactively picked up two Tier 2 wins on Saturday. That means they went from having 5 total Tier 1 + Tier 2 wins (the lowest of the teams I considered) to 8, all in the matter of 24 hours. Their SOS has improved from 94th to 79th. That is still the worst of all teams considered, and I think that caps them at a 4 seed for now.
The other change was moving Texas Tech up to the 2 seed line, replacing them with Tennessee. Tennessee got blown out at Alabama on Saturday and Texas Tech picked up a Tier 1 win at Kansas State. I would not be surprised to see North Carolina get the final 2 seed, however, given their volume of Tier 1 wins (7 compared to just 4 for Texas Tech).