The first two rounds are in the books, with four to go.
Top seeds are out (Kansas), underdogs are fighting and triumphing (Cornell), and March Madness becomes as maddening as possible tomorrow. That's when we see which teams will unleash their full potential, and which top seeds actually deserved their spots in this bracket.
No matter the matchup, the situation, or the upsets, the Sweet Sixteen may be the hardest part of March Madness to predict accurately every year; in the first two rounds, the most potent teams usually dominate, while in the later rounds, many teams that don't fully deserve to be there collapse. This makes the next two days a frenzy for all teams and bracket holders.
What I will attempt to do is to pick the winner of all the matchups that are to be played tomorrow, as well as the score, and why.