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We’re just one day away from the madness officially starting! Here at Cappers Info, we have started to compile our list of teams that really can make a huge impact in the field as big time underdogs with high seeds. Check out the double digit seed squads that we are keeping the closest eyes on in this tournament.
Gonzaga Bulldogs: The Zags might have gotten a bit of a rough draw in this bracket, knowing that they are an 11 seed, but they do get the benefit of playing a St. John’s team that might not react all that well to playing without DJ Kennedy for the first time. Still, Gonzaga has a great front line, anchored by men like Robert Sacre, and it really has a great ability to be able to play any style of play against any team in the land. The Sweet 16, or maybe even beyond could be in the future of the Bulldogs this year, as this could be a big time, wide open Southeast bracket.
Bucknell Bison: The Connecticut Huskies need to be really, really careful with this one. The Patriot League champs have had all week to prepare for what amounts to be a really, really simple game plan: Stop Kemba Walker. This is the simplistic offense that is that of UConn, and if the Bison can figure out how to even remotely contain it, they’re going to have a legit chance at becoming a No. 14 that is going to make a lot of noise.
Clemson Tigers: Sure, Clemson might have been the last team that got into the field of 68 this season, but it certainly has proven that it can play with the best and brightest that this country has to offer. Just ask the North Carolina Tar Heels just how tough these guys are. The Tigers play great defense and have some fantastic bigs in Jerai Grant and Demontez Stitt. The West Virginia Mountaineers had better watch out! Clemson could be coming to get them!
Florida State Seminoles: Florida State is probably in a bit of a pick ’em type of scenario with the Texas A&M Aggies, but either team that wins that one is going to have a great chance of getting rid of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish over the weekend. FSU plays great defense, and it knows how to defend like no other team in the land. Chris Singleton is coming back into the lineup as well, and he could really make a world of difference for a team that has lulled around just a bit. This could be the sleeper of the Southwest Bracket.