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ESPN's Sultan of Swag went pick by pick with his bracket, but like much of the network's Bilas-generated content, it would melt the brains of the plebeians who want their information for free. Thus, it's behind the Insider paywall, but click here if you've ponied up the cash.
Hitting a few of the highlights:
Bilas considers taking NC State out of its transition game a major key to defeating the Wolfpack. It's strange advice considering that Indiana can also get bogged down in a halfcourt game.
Unlike some of the CBS analysts, Bilas fully favors IU over Syracuse, expecting that the Hoosiers will be able to hit threes over the zone when Victor Oladipo isn't slicing through it.
Miami's physicality is a major sticking point, but Bilas has faith that the Indiana offense will execute well enough to finish the Hurricanes off and advance to the Final Four.
A rematch of last season's round of 32 awaits in Atlanta, with VCU coming out of Bilas' South regional. VCU's 258th-ranked two-point defense is expected to be its undoing, as Bilas sees Cody Zeller having a superb game if the Hoosiers can keep control of the ball in the face of the Rams' Havoc defense.
In the final, no points for guessing who the opponent is. Bilas considers Louisville similar to VCU, but with a bigger and stronger frontcourt. In the end, that's the difference that propels the Cards to the title in the Bilas bracket.
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