Reseeding the Sweet 16 field

Originally Published: March 24, 2014
By Myron Medcalf | ESPN.com

The NCAA's selection committee did a solid job of seeding the initial field. Most of the slots made sense. There were few, if any, teams that appeared to be seeded higher or lower than they deserved.

The pairings led to another thrilling first weekend and set up an intriguing Sweet 16. This year's field features three teams from both the Big Ten and Pac-12. Not surprising. But a Sweet 16 with three teams from the SEC -- Florida, Kentucky and Tennessee -- is certainly unexpected. ...

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