Kansas to run the Table?
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Kentucky (1), West Virginia (2), New Mexico (3), Wisconsin (4), Temple (5), Marquette (6), Clemson (7), Texas (8).
Kentucky looks like it’s on a collision course with Wisconsin in the Sweet Sixteen. That’s a total contrast in styles and would be a hard matchup for the young Wildcats. West Virginia should have a clear run to the Elite Eight, but I think Kentucky gets the best of them there.
Syracuse (1), Kansas State (2), Pittsburgh (3), Vanderbilt (4), Butler (5), Xavier (6), BYU (7), Gonzaga (8).
Syracuse is a real wild-card with the injury to big man Arinze Onuaku. I see Gonzaga giving them a big test in the second round. Kansas State is the best team in this region and they shouldn’t have any trouble with Pittsburgh (if Pittsburgh doesn’t lose to Xavier/Minnesota first).
Prediction: Kansas State
Kansas (1), Ohio State (2), Georgetown (3), Maryland (4), Michigan State (5), Tennessee (6), Oklahoma State (7), UNLV (8).
Kansas got the benefit of staying in the Midwest and opening in Oklahoma City, but this region is brutal. Fortunately, Ohio State and Georgetown have to battle it out before facing the Jayhawks. Kansas shouldn’t have too much trouble with Maryland, but Georgetown will give them everything they can handle before finally losing.
Duke (1), Villanova (2), Baylor (3), Purdue (4), Texas A&M (5), Notre Dame (6), Richmond (7), California (8).
Duke got a big break with Purdue as a No. 4 seed playing without Robbie Hummel. Even tough Notre Dame is on the other side of the bracket as a No. 6 seed. Baylor is a very good team that should get the best of a fading Nova squad. Baylor could also dominate Duke down low for a huge upset.
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Posted: 3/16/10 1:50PM ET