NCAA Tournament 2014: Previewing the Most Likely Upsets in Round of 64

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 NCAA Tournament 2014: Previewing the Most Likely Upsets in Round of 64
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Cincinnati and UConn waged a tough battle on Friday in the American Athletic Conference semifinals, with the Huskies surviving and advancing.

Those are the names of the game when the NCAA tournament starts, and these AAC combatants have received no favors with the draw they've been handed by the selection committee. Cincinnati draws an opponent that's pulled an upset very recently, while UConn runs into the tournament champion of a six-bid league. For both, getting out of the second round will be a tough task.

Every year, a few teams are elated to see their names pop up, but some have the joy dashed when the opponent's name pops up next. After viewing each matchup for this year's tournament, these eight games appear to have the greatest potential to see a double-digit seed move on to the round of 32.

 

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