Cinderella Teams to Watch in This Year's NCAA Tournament

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Cinderella Teams to Watch in This Year's NCAA Tournament
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Minnesota's Trevor Mbakwe (32), Andre Hollins (1) and Austin Hollins (20).

Every year we fall in love with a Cinderella team that was not supposed to accomplish anything in the NCAA tournament. They keep finding ways to win games and no one quite understands how it keeps happening.

Who will be this year's Cinderella team that will be talked about for years to come? 

Cinderella teams are never forgotten and are the ones that made March Madness that much more exciting to watch. Schools like Gonzaga in 1999, George Mason in 2006, Butler in 2010 and Virginia Commonwealth in 2011, have all been apart of this exclusive club.

How can anyone forget Gus Johnson's "The slipper still fits" line when Gonzaga upset Florida to move onto the Elite Eight in 1999?  

You can't write this stuff. It's unbelievable, and after the first weekend of the NCAA tournament fans of college basketball are pulling for some no name school trying to become the next Cinderella.  

This year has been different with so much parity and upsets occurring but here are six teams that could surprise the nation when it's all said and done.

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