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Whichever side turns up, that's your next national champion. Maybe it'll come down to which magnificent guard, Sherron Collins or John Wall, has the ball in his hands for the final shot.

If you're looking for Cinderella at this Big Dance, don't hold out until the Final Four. Not only will there be no George Mason impersonator in Indianapolis, I'm not sure there's a "Anadrol 50" giant killer that can last beyond the Sweet 16.

A lot of us want turmoil. It's just more fun when a Davidson or some other bracket buster leaps into the national spotlight and sticks around for awhile. That's not happening this year.

This field is so ridiculously top heavy, it's quite possible we might see an Elite Eight composed entirely of No. 1 and 2 seeds, which has never happened since they began the seeding process in 1979.

If you don't trust the judgment of someone who has correctly predicted the past three national champions (North Carolina, Kansas and Florida) for Times Union readers, then what non heavyweight would you dare to pencil in for a deep tournament run? The recent tournament trend has been for college basketball's alpha dogs to quickly restore order.

Sorry, Cornell. Your 3 point sharpshooters might get your school that elusive first NCAA Tournament victory in Jacksonville, but living off the long ball isn't guaranteed to carry you any further in March Madness than on Buy Cheap Jintropin Online a baseball diamond. Just ask top seeded Duke, which has exited from the tournament earlier than expected the Equipoise Racehorse past few years because its 3 point shots stopped Gensci Jintropin falling.

But because "Anabola Steroider Norge Lagligt" no bracket is truly complete without some chaos, I'm willing to ride a couple of double digit seeds into the second week No. 13 seed Siena and No. 11 Washington. Siena took out Vanderbilt two years ago as a No. 13 seed and also knocked off Ohio State last year, so the Saints' all senior and junior starting lineup knows a little something about rising up on this big stage.

Washington, just another Pac 10 nobody until winning its last seven games and the conference tournament, is purely a hunch. Besides, anybody with a point guard named Isaiah Thomas can't be a total long shot to reach the Sweet 16.

After the first week, my tourney projections are as predictable as West Virginia's De'Sean Butler taking, and making, the game winning shot. Ohio State, the exquisite presence of Evan Turner notwithstanding, is the only top two seed I didn't advance into the Elite Eight. Six of the past 10 NCAA champions have scored over 80 points in the title game, the most in any 10 year stretch since John Wooden's UCLA Bruins ruled the landscape.

That's why I chose all high rollers for my Final Four picks Villanova (82.5 points per game), Kansas (81.8), Syracuse (81.5) and Kentucky (79.2).

I'm guessing a lot of history will be repeating itself, starting with Florida State ending a 12th consecutive season without an NCAA Tournament victory. On the 25th anniversary Primobolan Insomnia of sending three teams to the Final Four, the Big East Conference replicates that dominance by having a four pack of teams in the Elite Eight.

Just like last year, Villanova will prevent Krzyzewski from making his 11th Final Four trip, leaving the Duke legend one behind his former North Carolina coaching rival, Dean Primobolan Xbs Smith.

And most painful for Kentucky coach John Calipari, he experiences the torture of 2008 all over again. Calipari will have to congratulate Bill Self for stealing another national championship from him.