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NCAA Basketball Selection Sunday

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The First Four
The First Four matchups are as follows.
No. 16 Norfolk State vs. No. 16 Appalachian State – Winner plays No. 1 Gonzaga
No. 11 Wichita State vs. No. 11 Drake – Winner plays No. 6 USC
No. 16 Mount St. Mary's vs. No. 16 Texas Southern – Winner plays No. 1 Michigan
No. 11 Michigan State vs. No. 11 UCLA – Winner plays No. 6 BYU
The One Seeds
The four one seeds were given to Gonzaga (West), Michigan (East), Baylor (South), and Illinois (Midwest). Out of these four seeds, Illinois has the most arduous road to the Final Four.
It will start with No. 16 Drexel and then play the winner of No. 8 Loyola Chicago and No. 9 Georgia Tech if it advances.
Michigan will face the winner of Mount St. Mary's and Texas Southern. The Wolverines' road to the Final Four is slightly more difficult than Illinois' path. No. 2 Alabama and No. 7 Connecticut should draw a lot of attention in the East Region.
No. 1 Gonzaga is the best team in the tournament. The Bulldogs should not be tested until the Elite Eight, when they will likely have to face Virginia or Creighton.
Baylor has a difficult road to the Final Four. The Bears are coming off a loss to Oklahoma State in the Big 12 tournament.
Baylor could have trouble in the second round against No. 8 North Carolina if it gets past No. 9 Wisconsin.
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Breaking Down the West
In the West, the top four seeds are Gonzaga, Iowa, Texas, and Virginia. I like Virginia in this bracket.
Virginia will enter with an 18-6 record. Virginia is led by Sam Hauser, who led the Cavaliers to an ACC regular-season title.
The team to watch out for in the West is sixth-seeded USC. The Trojans will start with the winner of the Wichita State vs. Drake play-in game.

Breaking Down the East
The top four seeds in the East are Michigan, Alabama, Texas, and Florida State. The underdog in this region is Connecticut.
The Huskies will have to face Alabama if they get past No. 10 Maryland. I like Florida State to make some noise. The Seminoles can beat Michigan in the East if M.J. Walker and RaiQuan Gray perform well.

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Breaking Down the South

The top four seeds in the South are Baylor, Ohio State, Arkansas, and Purdue. I like No. 5 Villanova or No. 4 Purdue to dethrone top-seeded Baylor.
Another matchup to watch is No. 14 Colgate vs. No. 3 Arkansas. Do not count out the Patriot League champion in the first round.

Breaking Down the Midwest
The top four seeds in the Midwest are Illinois, Houston, West Virginia, and Oklahoma State. The Midwest Region is loaded with talent. Illinois was dealt a tough hand because it could face Oklahoma State.

I also think the selection committee mistreated the Cowboys. Oklahoma State lost in the Big 12 tournament championship game, but it beat Baylor in the Big 12 semifinals. Baylor still earned the top seed in the South.
If the Cowboys get hot, Cade Cunningham could lead them to the Final Four. They will just have to meet Illinois in the Sweet 16.



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