By Dennis O'Donnell

CBS 5 Sports Director Dennis O’Donnell hosts “Gameday” every Sunday night at 11:30pm on CBS 5 and offers his unique sports analysis here.

BERKELEY (CBS 5) — The Cal Bears had to sweat out Selection Sunday, after failing to win the PAC-12’s automatic bid.

Cal earned one of the final at-large bids, and will tip-off Wednesday against South Florida in one of the play-in games.

Kentucky is the tournament’s number one overall seed, despite losing in the SEC Championship Sunday.

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The Wildcats are 32-and-2 and will be the top seed in the south.

Syracuse gets the one-seed in the east region.

The number one seed in the Midwest goes to North Carolina.

Thanks to winning the Big Ten Championship, Michigan State earned the number one seed in the west.

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