It's rare to see as much Bracketology consistency from a non-No. 1 seed in mid-February as we're currently seeing from Louisville, which is virtually a No. 3 seed in every projection on the Internet.
The result is that the Cardinals currently average out to be the top three seed, which would mean -- because of the Selection Committee's ridiculous abandoning of the s-curve method -- U of L would go to the closest region geographically, the Midwest.
As for individual brackets, here's where the major networks currently have the Cards:
CBS: No. 3 seed in the South playing No. 14 UC Davis (No. 1 seed Duke)
ESPN: No. 3 seed in the West playing No. 14 UC Davis (No. 1 seed Gonzaga)
Yahoo: Top No. 3 seed (no bracket)
SB Nation: No. 3 seed in the East playing No. 14 NC Central (No. 1 seed Virginia)
Sports Illustrated: No. 3 seed in the South playing No. 14 Buffalo (No. 1 seed Duke)
For a look at the projections of basically every single mock bracket on the Internet, be sure too bookmark The Bracket Project.