8-9 Matchup Analysis: 8-9 “Upsets” in NCAA Tournament Ranked in Order of Likelihood

Andy Bottoms rounds out his upset rankings by looking at the 8-9 games. And yes, he knows those aren’t really “upsets.”

7-10 Upsets: Each 7-10 Matchup in NCAA Tournament Ranked in Order of Upset Likelihood

Andy Bottoms continues to rank potential NCAA Tournaments by rolling through the 7-10 matchups.

6-11 Upsets: Each 6-11 Matchup In NCAA Tournament Ranked in Order of Upset Likelihood

Andy Bottoms continues to rank potential NCAA Tournament upsets by rolling through the 6-11 matchups.

5-12 Upsets In NCAA Tournament Ranked In Order Of Likelihood

We know there is at least one 5-12 upset every year, so Andy has ranked the upset potential among the four 5-12 matchups, starting with the one he thinks is most likely. (But truth be told, he actually doesn’t love any of these…)

March Madness: Upset Picks For The 2012 NCAA Tournament

The best part about March Madness is the upsets. However, the hardest part about making your bracket predictions is forecasting which games will be the upsets. In this post, Jerod sheds a little light on this year’s most probable upset picks.

March Madness: 5-12 Upset Picks For 2012 NCAA Tournament

Every year, a 12-seed upsets a 5-seed. That’s why the first rule of NCAA Tournament bracket predicting is: thou shalt predict a 12 seed to beat a 5 seed. In this post I’ll analyze the 5-12 matchups and tell you which ones are good upset picks and which ones are not, and then we’ll crowdsource opinions from everyone.

March Madness 2011 Cinderella Specials: 3 Double-Digit Seeds Most Likely Bust (or Make) Your Bracket

Which double-digit seeds are most likely to pull of an opening round upset and become a Cinderella story in the 2011 NCAA Tournament? Jerod discusses Bucknell, Belmont, Princeton, and Oakland, all of whom have legit Cinderella potential.