Kentucky has the most talented team in the country. But the Wildcats lack chemistry.
Ohio State gets after teams defensively but can’t score.
St. Joseph’s is money from the field and atrocious from the foul stripe, while Memphis is deep on the perimeter yet shallow in the paint.
As much as fans like to brag about their favorite teams, each school in this year’s 68-team field has a flaw or two to temper the enthusiasm. Even if it's just a tad.
That’s what should make the NCAA tournament fun. In a year defined by parity, there are no elite teams, just a bunch of really good ones.
Here are the strengths and weaknesses of every squad in the NCAA tournament.
*Advanced stats according to KenPom.com