Andy Katz has weighed in on the teams still standing in the NCAA Tournament entering the Round of 32.

At this point of March Madness, what teams have done in the regular season is becoming more and more irrelevant. The theme of the day is “survive and advance” for every team looking to take home a national title.

With that in mind, Katz has re-ranked all 32 teams playing on Saturday and Sunday. These are Katz’s personal rankings but likely include multiple factors of how teams looked to begin the tournament and current injury status of key players.

One interesting note is that Penn State — a 10-seed — checks in at No. 5 on Katz’s list. Houston — a No. 1 seed — is at 15 on Katz’s rankings, likely due to some injury concerns for the Cougars.

Here is Katz’s full list:

1. Alabama
2. Kansas
4. Texas
5. Penn State
6. Duke
7. Indiana
8. Pitt
9. Baylor
10. Gonzaga
11. TCU
12. UConn
13. Creighton
14. Marquette
15. Houston
16. Maryland
17. Kentucky
18. Kansas State
19. Auburn
20. Northwestern
21. Miami
22. Michigan State
23. Missouri
24. Tennessee
25. Xavier
26. Arkansas
27. San Diego State
28. Saint Mary’s
29. FAU
30. Princeton
31. Furman
32. Fairleigh Dickinson