Now that the Kentucky Wildcats have been eliminated from the 2015 NCAA Tournament, many college basketball experts around the country have been forced to rethink their selections for who will be crowned the national champions.

Before the tournament began three weeks ago, Kentucky was the resounding favorite to dominate the tournament and claim the first perfect season in nearly 40 years.

All that changed when the No. 1 Wisconsin Badgers stunned Kentucky on Saturday, downing the Wildcats, 71-64, to set up a date with the No. 1 Duke Blue Devils on Monday night at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Most experts tabbed the Badgers as a Final Four team but predicted they would fall to the seemingly unbeatable Kentucky. The Blue Devils lived up to most expectations and earned their first trip to the title game since 2010. For Wisconsin, it’s the first glimpse at the national championship game since 1941, when it dropped Washington State for the only title in school history.

Now experts have flipped, with most predictions seemingly based on Wisconsin's parlaying all the confidence gained from the win over Kentucky into a toppling of the Blue Devils.

Of the 18 analysts and writers from CBS Sports, ESPN, Detroit Free Press and International Business Times, 10 have picked Wisconsin to win, though everyone believes the game will be tight. That falls right in line with Las Vegas bookmakers, who have Wisconsin as a one point favorite,

However, ESPN’s Jeff Goodman predicted the Badgers will completely upend Duke and win by seven points.

Here is the full list of predicitons.

Championship Picks

Doug Gottlieb, CBS Sports

Wisconsin over Duke, 72-68

Matt Norlander, CBS Sports

Wisconsin over Duke 74-70

Gary Parrish, CBS Sports

Wisconsin over Duke, 68-67

Chip Patterson, CBS Sports

Duke over Wisconsin, 74-70

Sam Vecenie, CBS Sports

Duke over Wisconsin, 78-73

Mitch Albom, Detroit Free Press

Duke over Wisconsin, 81-75

Mike McCabe, Detroit Free Press

Wisconsin over Duke, 74-72

Jay Bilas, ESPN

Duke over Wisconsin, 72-69

Dan Dakich, ESPN

Wisconsin over Duke, 70-65

Sean Farnham, ESPN

Wisconsin over Duke, 68-65

John Gasaway, ESPN

Wisconsin over Duke, 81-76

Jeff Goodman, ESPN

Wisconsin over Duke, 72-65

Seth Greenberg, ESPN

Wisconsin over Duke, 76-72

Joe Lunardi, ESPN

Duke over Wisconsin, 75-70

Dick Vitale, ESPN

Duke over Wisconsin, 74-71

Bobby Ilich, International Business Times

Wisconsin over Duke, 75-73

Greg Price, International Business Times

Duke over Wisconsin, 73-69

Anthony Riccobono, International Business Times

Duke over Wisconsin, 80-75