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2012 NCAA Basketball Tournament: Free Bracket Predictions

Tournamant Bracket Predictions – 2012 March Madness Projections

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It that time of year again when all your thoughts turn to filling out that perfect bracket for the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. The key to winning which ever bracket contest you enter is correctly picking all four region winners.

The following is the inside scoop on which four teams will be heading to New Orleans to compete for this year’s national title.

East Region

Syracuse went 31-2 this season to earn the No.1 seed in the East but unfortunately the honor of representing the region in the Final Four goes to No.3 seed Florida State.

The Seminoles recent tear through the ACC Conference Tournament including an impressive 85-82 victory over No.1 seed North Carolina as six-point underdogs in the championship game is just the momentum this team needed to make a run at winning a title in this tournament.

Midwest Region

There are some really good teams in this region such as No. 3 seed Georgetown and No. 2 seed Kansas, but you have to go chalk in the Midwest behind North Carolina as the No.1 seed. As long as John Henson’s wrist injury does not linger into the later rounds, the Tar Heels are head and shoulders above anyone they would have to play in their first three games. [soliloquy id=”82219″]

This puts North Carolina just one quality win away from returning to the Final Four.

South Region

While it sounds boring to go chalk on another No.1 seed, you would have to be crazy to not have Kentucky in your Final Four. The Wildcats could afford a couple of off-nights in the early rounds and still keep advancing towards the title game.

Their first real test could come in the Elite 8 against either Baylor or Duke, but by then this team should be in prime championship form. The loss to Vanderbilt in the SEC Tournament title game might somewhat of a cause for concern for such a young team, but the fact that it is not bringing a 24-game winning streak into this tournament could actually work in its favor.

West Region

This is probably the most wide-open of the four regions with three or four teams having a legitimate opportunity of running the table to the Final Four. Michigan State is the No.1 seed, but could struggle to get by Memphis in the third round. Marquette is the No.3 seed but has obstacles such as Murray State and No.2 seed Missouri in its way.

The sleeper team in the whole mix is No.5 seed New Mexico, which has quietly put together one of the best seasons in school history. The Lobos come in ‘under the radar’ but quickly grab the nation’s attention with an unexpected run to the Final Four.

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