NCAA Bracket 2012: Breaking Down the South Region

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NCAA Bracket 2012: Breaking Down the South Region
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Kentucky star Anthony Davis

The most loaded region in the 2012 NCAA tournament is led by John Calipari's Kentucky Wildcats in the South region. From top to bottom, it is easy to tell that almost every game is going to be a dogfight.

After Kentucky, the Duke Blue Devils, Baylor Bears and Indiana Hoosiers are the teams who have showed over the course of the season why they are all capable of capturing March glory, but there are many road blocks standing in the way of these teams.

Dangerous squads like Connecticut, Iowa State, Wichita State, VCU and UNLV are all lurking in the South region, and there will be no shortage of drama in this region's games.

As a college basketball junkie, it's crucial that you know sleeper teams, players to watch and underdogs to root for. Welcome to March Madness!

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