http://sports-att.espn.go.com/ncb/news/story?page=bubblewatch Sometimes the bubble gets bigger, instead of smaller, the closer we get to Selection Sunday. Such was the case Friday, as two teams who couldn't afford early exits during Championship Week may have not only lost games but also their grasp on at-large bids. Inside the bubble Projected One-Bid Conferences: 17 Projected Multi-Bid Conferences: 13 Available Spots 65 Automatic Bids 31 At-Large Bids 34 Projected "Locks" 41 Open Spots 6 "Locks" include 13 projected multi-bid conference champions, leaving 28 "locks" needing at-large bids and just six "open" at-large bids for bubble teams. Become an Insider today to go inside the Bubble Watch numbers with Joe Lunardi's daily updated InsideRPI LSU and Colorado each find themselves a little less secure about their NCAA futures after losing in the SEC and Big Ten quarterfinals. While still "locks" at this hour, what happens later tonight in places like Dallas, Los Angeles and Dayton, Ohio, have a direct effect on just how long the next 48 hours will be for both teams. For LSU (18-10), a 21-point loss to South Carolina was its sixth in seven games and fifth without Jaime Lloreda. The question for the Tigers becomes: Just what is their "body of work?" Is it the 17-4 record with Lloreda, or the spiral to Friday's end without him? Colorado, already on the bubble heading into Friday, is also 18-10 after its loss to Texas Tech. And while the Buffaloes didn't finish poorly, their "body of work" now looks a lot like several other teams arguing for at-large bids. Tonight, Florida State, Richmond, Washington, Oklahoma, Missouri, Western Michigan, Utah, UTEP and Nevada all play potential bubble-busting games. How each fares will impact both LSU's and Colorado's chances to dance. Oh, and keep an eye on both Villanova and Saint Louis in the Big East and C-USA tournaments. While both need automatic bids to dance, each are in the semifinals. If either wins two more games, it'll mean one less at-large bid for the bubble. "With Jaime Lloreda, LSU was a "lock." Without him, the Tigers have edged close to the bubble with each of their six losses in seven outings down the stretch. Now, following its 21-point drubbing at the hands of South Carolina on Friday in the SEC quarterfinals, LSU can't feel safe on Selection Sunday. Whether or not the committee gives LSU (18-10) credit for those wins with Lloreda remains to be seen. Losing to South Carolina is one thing, in the manner in which LSU did is another. LSU still has an RPI of 33 and is 5-5 against the top 50 with three top-25 RPI wins. But those marquee wins came with Lloreda, who won't dance even if the Tigers do. Georgia remains on the edge of the bubble. Beating Kentucky for a third time would have been huge. Now, the Dawgs (16-13) will need a lot of bubbles to pop around the country for its RPI of 51 to get them into the at-large debate Sunday. The Dawgs swept Kentucky during the regular season, but even with four top-25 wins, Georgia's best bet was to win the automatic bid. "