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Coach1310

The tourney...flops, surprises, cinderellas.....

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Okay all, who do you have as flops, suprises, sleepers and cinderellas. Here is my list:

Flops: Wisconsin, Ohio State, Kansas

Surprises: Texas, Southern Illinois, Vanderbilt, Tennessee

Cinderella:(This years George Mason) Texas Corpus Christi

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Ok, here goes nothing..although my bracket will probably be blown up after Day 1, I think we are going to see more crazy upsets than ever this year!

Flops: North Carolina, UNLV, Texas A&M, UCLA

Surprises: Purdue, Gonzaga, Texas Tech, Marquette

Cinderella: Wright State

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Flops: Texas Tech, Texas, UCLA, Pitt, Any Big Ten team not named Ohio State or Wisconsin

Surprises: Wish I knew (Maybe S. Illinios)

Locks to do well: Ohio State, Wisconsin, (I am not a Big Ten Homer either)

Take my picks litely...My board will be shot by Sunday of the first weekend..

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