Destined For Glory: A No. 1 Seed or a Mid-Major?

Posted by Garrett Tucker on March-20-2010 Add Comments
As we are in the depths of March, good teams and higher seeds are dropping like flies to mid-majors and underdogs alike. We have seen the most upsets in the first couple of rounds in the 2010 NCAA Tournament than most fans can remember. Mid-majors have come to play, and they have given all the Big Dogs an exciting game. With that being said, which team(s) are destined for the glory this season? A No. 1 seed or a small mid-major that has emerged onto the scene all of a sudden? So far, teams have been bowing down to the now three remaining No. 1 seeds: Kentucky, Duke, and Syracuse. On the other hand, some mid-majors have made some noise this postseason, beating the so-called "better teams." Northern Iowa, Cornell, and St. Mary's head t...

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