5 Teams That Could Give UCLA Trouble in South Region of 2013 NCAA Tournament

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5 Teams That Could Give UCLA Trouble in South Region of 2013 NCAA Tournament
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This entire tournament is trouble for UCLA, but so it goes for the rest of the field. It has been an exceptionally bizarre season of college basketball and no one team is safe or a lock to advance deeply into the tournament.  

This is also the time of year when there is no quarter asked and none given. The fact that UCLA lost Jordan Adams—their second best scorer and third best player—on the last play of the conference tournament semi-finals, will garner them exactly zero sympathy from their opponents. 

It has come time to eat the wounded if the wounded can no longer defend themselves.  

The Bruins are in a bracket filled with implacable foes, including multiple teams who have beaten them already, two traditional powers, a rising mid-major in VCU and a team in Michigan from the Big Ten that earlier in the season was the no. 1 ranked team in the country.

So, we go once more into the breach dear friends, with everything placed in the balance. These are five teams that could knock UCLA out if the Bruins play well enough to advance into the mad dance of March.

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