If the first weekend of the NCAA tournament taught us anything, it's time to throw out the seeds.
The tournament is all about matchups now and seeding hardly matters. The favorites are still the favorites for a reason, but upsets will likely happen because one team's weakness matches up against another team's strength.
Gonzaga, for instance, gave up a lot of three-point attempts this year. Even though Gonzaga's opponents didn't shoot it great from deep (32.9 percent), the Zags were playing with fire and Wichita State burned them with 14 threes.
So what are the weaknesses for each team left? Let's examine.
*All advanced stats unless otherwise noted come from KenPom.com.