NCAA Tournament 2011: Sweet 16 Predictions, Scores and Analysis

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NCAA Tournament 2011: Sweet 16 Predictions, Scores and Analysis
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A Diverse Group of Teams Highlight an Outstanding Sweet 16 Slate

We started off with 68 teams and now we are down to 16. Over the next two days that will be trimmed to eight.

So far we have seen an extremely exciting tournament. Of the 16 teams we have left, four of them are double-digit seeds. Could we be looking at potentially having another George Mason situation where a double-digit seed reaches the Final Four?

We also have one No. 1 seed that failed to make it to the Sweet 16 in Pittsburgh. The Panthers were knocked out by last season’s runner-up Butler. Could the Bulldogs make another run to the championship game?

Defending champs Duke are still in the tournament as well. However, after a scare against Michigan, could the Blue Devils be vulnerable to an upset this weekend?

Ohio State has won both of its first two games by a total of 61 points. They have been extremely impressive in those games and they hope to continue that hot play against a solid Kentucky team tomorrow. Are the Buckeyes the favorite to come away with a national title this year?

For updates on each of the eight Sweet 16 games this weekend stay tuned here.

As always we want to hear from you. How are your brackets looking? Who are you picking to have an impressive Sweet 16 round?

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