Joe Lunardi has updated his latest bracketology at ESPN, and a result in the Big 12 may send ripples across the country and have an impact on the eventual SEC Tournament champion.

While Texas A&M is now listed as a “next four out” team, and Florida is below that following the Aggies dramatic victory over the Gators earlier Friday, the Big 12 had the big upset of the day. Oklahoma beat Baylor 72-67, and the ESPN bracketologist noted that the Sooners move all the way up to a “next four out” as they pursue a longshot NCAA bid.

Baylor is still a No. 1 seed, but Lunardi suggested that the Bears are in position to be passed by Sunday’s SEC Tournament champion, and also lose the chance to play out of the South Region.

Lunardi has Kentucky and Auburn as No. 2 seeds in his latest seeding, while Tennessee is pegged as a No. 3 seed, and Arkansas a No. 4.

Overall, there are 6 SEC teams considered in the Big Dance, however, Texas A&M, or possibly Mississippi State could play their way in with dark horse chances.

Nationally, Lunardi noted there are 3 at-large teams holding spots in Wake Forest, Xavier and Indiana, and at least 6 teams are in the mix to knock them out.