ATLANTA, GA - MARCH 09: Reggie Bullock #35 of the North Carolina Tar Heels dunks on the Maryland Terrapins during the Quarterfinals of the 2012 ACC Men's Basketball Conferene Tournament at Philips Arena on March 9, 2012 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

NCAA Basketball Tournament 2012 Predictions: Scouting Every Region & Every Game

If your goal is to win friends and influence people, the absolute best way to do that is through a solid NCAA Tournament Pick-em Bracket. Get all the scouting and recon you need every each region and every matchup, right here.

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NCAA Tournament Predictions 2012: Getting the Sweet 16 Incorrect

Now that the ashes have settled - just barely - from the opening rounds, lets take a look at who will be one step closer to New Orleans.


NCAA Tournament Predictions 2012: Picking My Sweet 16

I hope you're taking notes.


Fab Melo Ineligible for NCAA Tournament; Syracuse Dealt a Big Hit

Syracuse sophomore center Fab Melo will not play in the upcoming 2012 NCAA Tournament due to eligibility issues, per the university's website. "Given University policy and federal student privacy laws, no further details can be provided at this time," the site said. The 2nd-ranked and No. 1 seed Orange (31-2) were 29-1 with Melo on the court, and The 7-foot center has averaged 7.8 points, 5.8 rebounds and 2.9 blocks on the year. He also had 88 blocks.

As you can see, it's a big hit for the Orange, whose rebounding is 129th in the league as it is, and will now likely struggle even further. Make sure you take this into account and adjust your brackets if need be. The Dance just got a little more interesting...

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NCAA Tournament 2012: No. 7 Gonzaga vs. No. 10 West Virginia Preview

No. 7 Gonzaga travels across the country into No. 10 West Virginia's territory. The teams are quite evenly matched, but look for the Zags to pull off a win in what could be a very ugly battle.


NCAA Basketball Tournament Predictions 2012: Picking the South Region

It's time to start filling out your brackets. Here are the picks for the South Region, featuring the number one team in the land: the Kentucky Wildcats.


NCAA Tournament 2012 Predictions: Picking the Midwest Region

Game-by-game predictions of the Midwest Region of the NCAA Tournament. Including this year's Cinderella.


NCAA March Madness Predictions 2012: Picking the Midwest Region

Picking the NCAA tournament is always a fun exercise until you see your picks go down the drain. Thanks to Ken Pomeroy's website, along with dozens of random games, highlights and players lodged into my head, here are my picks for the Midwest Region.


NCAA Bracket Predictions 2012: Picking the West Region

It's Bracket Time! Time to pick the winners of each round and region as we head into the Madness known as March.

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