I'd be willing to bet that Florida State was expecting to lose one game out of the two games in a row that they play in the State of Connecticut. I'd also be willing to bet that the Seminoles were expecting the loss to come in the second of those two games and not the first, but instead it was Yale that snapped its 7-game losing streak to best Florida State by 6 points. As a result, Florida State plummets 23 positions in the College Women's Hoops S-Factor and is now in 40th place, the final at-large team in the tournament. (Yale, meanwhile, jumps 74 positions to 198th place.)
The S-Factor now puts Tennessee in as a #1 seed due to their win over Stanford, whose coach Tara VanDerveer is still awaiting her 800th career NCAA win.
Purdue, USC, and Vanderbilt now replace Louisville, Nebraska, and Michigan (all teams that lost over the weekend) in the predicted tournament bracket.
Conferences with multiple bids:
Big East: 9
Big 12: 8
Big Ten: 6