The 2023 NCAA Tournament is right around the corner with Selection Sunday just days away.

On Tuesday, ESPN’s Joe Lunardi updated his Bracketology outlook with conference tournaments ongoing this week. Most notably, the B1G has a quartet of teams on the bubble for the NCAA Tournament with their ultimate fate still to be decided.

For Micah Shrewsberry’s Penn State program, the Nittany Lions have clawed their way into a likely bid for March Madness with a dramatic win over Maryland to finish the regular season. Penn State is in the “last four byes” section and is likely in the final field regardless of what happens in the B1G Tournament.

Life for Rutgers and Wisconsin is less clear heading into the conference tournament with those two teams in the “last four in” and “first four out” sections, respectively. The Scarlet Knights are probably in with a win over Michigan while a loss could cloud the picture. The Badgers need a win over Ohio State and likely further wins before they can land on the right side of the bubble.

Michigan’s case to make the NCAA Tournament is the worst of any B1G team on the bubble with the Wolverines squarely in the “next four out” section as of Tuesday. How many wins the Wolverines need in the B1G Tournament is unclear, but they would certainly need to beat Rutgers and top-seed Purdue before thinking about a potential bid to the big dance.

The B1G Tournament gets rolling Wednesday evening as these teams try to make their case for March Madness.