Upsets, upsets and more upsets.
That's what the NCAA tournament is all about. Cinderellas. Davids slaying Goliaths. Small-confernece nobodies upending the very best teams in the nation.
With so much parity existing in college basketball these days, the chances for the dramatic are greatly increased this March.
Mid-majors and smaller conferences got more love than we're used to seeing and will be playing for respect.
Traditionally the No. 5 vs. No. 12 matchup has been tricky for the higher seed. And that will absolutely be the case this year. But that's not the only time a higher seed can find itself in trouble.
After all, that's why they call it March Madness, and these are the 10 team's that no higher seed wants to play.