If the NCAA Tournament began today, the Pac-12 would have two teams earn top-four seeds to the Big Dance.

Of course, the Tournament does not begin today and there’s still time for teams to jockey in the  field, but the NCAA selection committee revealed on CBS Saturday what the bracket looks like in their eyes as the season winds down. Arizona landed as the No. 1 seed in the South Region, the No. 3 team overall in the field. UCLA landed as the No. 4 seed in the Midwest Region.

Neither comes as much of a surprise as Arizona has rolled through the rest of the Pac-12 this season, amassing a 23-2 record and a 13-1 record against conference opponents. The Wildcats sit at No. 2 in the NET ratings, which factor into the selection committee’s process, and a No. 2 spot in KenPom.

Other No. 1 seeds include Gonzaga (West Region, No. 1 overall), Auburn (Midwest, No. 2), and Kansas (East, No. 4).

On Arizona’s side of the bracket, Baylor earned the No. 2 seed, with Tennessee landing as the 3-seed and Providence landing as the 4-seed.

The Bruins (18-5, 10-4 Pac-12) find themselves slotted into Auburn’s side of the bracket, with 2-seed Purdue and 3-seed Texas Tech. The Bruins rank 13th in the NET ratings and 11th in KenPom. The committee has them as the 14th overall team.

The 2022 NCAA Tournament kicks off with Selection Sunday on March 13. First Four action begins on March 15.