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2011 NCAA Tournament: Sweet 16 Teams and Bracket Busters

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The 2011 NCAA Tournament is getting down to the Sweet 16, and eight of the teams are already in! Yesterday was another crazy day full of upsets and wild endings, but the following eight teams have surged through to next week’s Sweet 16 bracket!

March Madness Sweet 16 Bracket Buster: Richmond Spiders

The biggest surprise so far has to be the #12 Richmond Spiders.

The Spiders are in the Sweet 16, which may have many bracket pools a little messed up right now, to say the least. this Richmond team showed that team work and hard nosed play can lead to wins.

March Madness Sweet 16 Bracket Buster: Butler Bulldogs

Another shocker was #1 seed Pittsburgh losing to Butler! this really shouldn’t surprise too many NCAA Tournament fans though. Butler seems to shine in March! Watch out for the Bulldogs, they aren’t done yet. It’s becoming a popular saying this time of year, “The Butler did it!”

March Madness Sweet 16: first Eight Teams to move Forward

Here is your first 8 teams that will make up the Sweet 16 next weekend.

Kentucky Wildcats, Florida Gators, Richmond Spiders, San Diego State Aztecs, Butler Bulldogs, Wisconsin Badgers, UConn Huskies, and Brigham Young Cougars.

So, were you close on your 2011 NCAA Tournament bracket so far? If you have these teams correct, you are in business!

1300723239 40 2011 NCAA Tournament: Sweet 16 Teams and Bracket Busters

The Richmond Spiders have planted their flag in the Sweet 16!

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