NCAA March Madness 2014: Cincinnati, UMass, Others On Upset Alert

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Mar 1, 2014; Hartford, CT, USA; Connecticut Huskies guard Nnamdi Amilo (23) drives the ball against Connecticut Huskies guard/forward Lasan Kromah (20) in the second half at XL Center. UConn defeated the Cincinnati Bearcats 51-45. Mandatory Credit: David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

Now that the 2014 NCAA tournament field is set, it’s time to dig a little deeper into the brackets.

We’ve already analyzed the entire bracket and gave our predictions for the round of 64 games (why it’s not still technically called the first round is beyond me) and, to nobody’s surprise, there are a few upset specials to be strongly considered. With several of those already in the predictions, we’ll look at those games as potential upsets as well as a few others that we didn’t predict to happen but are more probable than others.

Here’s a hint: don’t be the guy that picks a 16-seed to beat a 1-seed. Not just because history is not on your side but the disparity between 1 and 16s this year is greater than ever.

Let March Madness begin!

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