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No. 1 Seed (Greensboro): Duke
As I said with UNC earlier, this seed depends on the outcome of the game Saturday. Right now, Duke's road victory over the Tar Heels earlier in the season has vaulted it to the No. 1 seed. The Blue Devils worry me for a number of reasons, starting with their defense. I would not be surprised if they were the first top seed knocked out of the tournament.
No. 2 Seed (Louisville): Ohio State
Ohio State had its eyes on a No. 1 seed, but a loss against Wisconsin pretty much removed that possibility. Albeit, the Buckeyes are an extremely dangerous team. Jared Sullinger is a force down low, Aaron Craft is a good point guard and William Buford can be dangerous from outside. Don't be surprised if Ohio State is the team that comes out of the West.
No. 3 Seed (Albuquerque): Baylor
Baylor was long considered to be one of the No. 1 seeds in the NCAA tournament, but it lost both conference games to Kansas and Missouri. A loss to Kansas State a few weeks ago dropped it even further to the No. 3 seed.
No. 4 Seed (Nashville): Indiana
Tom Crean is definitely a candidate for National Coach of the Year, as the Hoosiers look like an entirely new team this season. Indiana has impressively knocked off the No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 seeds this year (Kentucky, Ohio State and Michigan State, respectively). The Hoosiers are a dangerous team, however they do struggle away from Assembly Hall.