With Brandon Davies, this is an easy win for BYU. The Cougars were undoubtedly one of the better teams in college basketball when they had the 6'9" sophomore. But without him, the Cougars are vulnerable, even to a No. 14 seed like Wofford.
Why is a No. 3 seed vulnerable to little Wofford?
Wofford's biggest weakness this season was its lack of a true big man. The Terriers have Noah Dahlman and Tim Johnson, who are both solid post players at 6'6", but neither of them was big enough to be too competitive against the better non-conference competition.
Without Davies, BYU does not have a strong post presence either.
Without Davies, Dahlman and Johnson will be more legitimate as post threats. If they have good games, Wofford could be set up for an upset.
Also, Wofford is a smart defensive team.
The Terriers do a good job of limiting opponent three-pointers. Jimmer Fredette will always find ways to make his share of three-pointers, but if his teammates do not, the Cougars could be in some trouble.