March Madness 2011 Bracket: Southwest Bracket Plays Buster, 10-12 Seeds Advance

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March Madness 2011 Bracket: Southwest Bracket Plays Buster, 10-12 Seeds Advance
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If you are like me and are pretty much done because of Pitt losing, you like to see the underdogs start upsetting people the rest of the way and make everyone else suffer.

Well, the Southwest bracket is not disappointing in terms of excitement.

According to Stats LLC, this will be the first time that a No. 11 seed and a No. 10 seed will face each other. So, this is obviously the first time the No. 10, 11 and 12 seeds all made it through in one bracket.

This tournament is crazy. We shouldn't be surprised by things when they happen the first time. It seems as if even the experts never know what they are talking about until the thing is over.

Let's analyze the three matchups in the Southwest bracket; one that you probably didn't care about, Richmond vs. Morehead St., and the other two, upsets that barely anybody saw coming.

In case you didn't know, Kansas took care of business and is still alive (thank God).

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