2011 NCAA Bracket: Sourtheast Region Primer For Gonzaga Fans

Gonzaga finds itself in the Southeast region of the 2011 NCAA Tournament bracket, set to take the floor against St. John’s in the first round. With 16 teams in the region, and two teams vying for the right to face Pittsburgh in a play-in game, there’s a lot of information to digest for Gonzaga fans and others. Trying to make your initial NCAA Tournament bracket projections? You’re in luck. SB Nations’ bloggers have taken the time to preview each and every team in the region.

Hop on over to SB Nation and check out all the previews in handy StoryStream format. The Zags preview, done by us at SB Nation Seattle, can be found here. And what about that pesky St. John’s team the Zags will face in the first round? That primer can be found here.

The capsules include background information on the teams, quality wins, bad losses and players to keep an eye on as March Madness begins. It’s a great way to get acquainted with the field in a neat and tidy way.

To check out the NCAA Tournament bids, visit our Selection Sunday StoryStream or check out SB Nation’s 2011 NCAA Tournament printable bracket. For more on the Zags, visit SB Nation’s The Slipper Still Fits.

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