Joe Lunardi is out with his latest bracketology for the 2023 NCAA Tournament, and once again the Big Ten is well represented.

Lunardi has 7 B1G teams in the Big Dance, and they’re all top 8 seeds. Wisconsin is listed on the “First Four Out” line. The Big Ten is tied for the most teams in the tournament among conferences, as the SEC and Big 12 also have 7 teams.

The Final Four will be at Houston’s NRG Stadium on April 1 and 3.

Some of the news and talking points between now and the Final Four will be whether the Kansas Jayhawks become the first repeat champion in men’s college basketball since Florida in 2006-07? And if North Carolina will be a favorite to get back to the Final Four after it returns 4 starters — Leaky Black, Caleb Love, R.J. Davis and Armando Bacot — for Hubert Davis.

The Heels move up to No. 2 overall in this bracket, trailing only Kentucky on the seed list. Ironically, the two programs ended last season tied for second in all-time wins (2,353) behind reigning national champion Kansas.

Here’s the rundown of teams and seeds:

4-Michigan in South Region
5- Indiana in East Region
6- Michigan State in West Region
6-Purdue in East Region
7-Illinois in Midwest Region
7-Ohio State in East Region
8-Iowa in Midwest Region