The 2011 NCAA tournament bracket has been written and teams now know who they are playing in the first round.
College sports are always competitions between haves and have-nots. March Madness is one of the only times during the year where the have-nots square up with the haves and, occasionally, come out on top.
There will be a mid-major no one expects in the Sweet 16 this year. A No. 1 or No. 2 seed will go down to the wire in its first-round game against a school no one has heard of. And six teams seeded in the top five will not see Round 2.
Which upsets should you pick to beat your coworkers in your entirely legal, no-financial-stakes bracket pool? Keep an eye on the following matchups.