Who Would Win March Madness' Sweet 16 Games If Schools Played in Football?

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Who Would Win March Madness' Sweet 16 Games If Schools Played in Football?
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We're down to just 16 teams in the NCAA tournament. If you're like me, the smoldering ashes of the piece of paper that was once your bracket have long since gone out. Meanwhile, that person in your office who thinks basketball is that nine-inning sport with Johnny Manziel is absolutely crushin—

You know what? Never mind. Reliving your bracket misfortune is only going to anger you, and we're here to make things more entertaining. 

That's why we're taking this year's Sweet 16 games and putting them on a hypothetical gridiron. Why? Because secretly you would want to know what would happen if Baylor and Wisconsin played each other. And because Kentucky and Louisville have hatred for each other that transcends all sports. 

Also, because you'd be sick enough to watch Stanford and Dayton. You know, just to see the carnage. 

So, how would this year's college football Sweet 16 turn out? Our best guesses are ahead. Remember, games are based on 2013 teams, which would include players who have since declared for the NFL, graduated or transferred.

Also, be sure to check out Adam Kramer's hypothetical 64-team college football bracket. It's all kinds of awesome, and he is just salivating over the betting opportunities.

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