NCAA Bracket 2012: Odds for Every Team in the Sweet 16

Dominate your March Madness office pool with these predictions

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The field of 68 has been cut to the Sweet 16, and these are the updated odds for each team to win it all. Both Lehigh and Norfolk State were eliminated, so we will not see a no. 15 seed in the Sweet 16, but a Kentucky-Indiana rematch headlines the round.

The Sweet 16 may be the best round in the entire tournament, and this year it features three teams seeded in double digits. All four no. 1 seeds still remain, but we are about to see a few of them go down. Syracuse and North Carolina are both on upset alert, as Fab Melo (eligibility) and Kendall Marshall (wrist) will both probably miss the Sweet 16.

Compare these new numbers with my original odds.

This post also appears on Bleacher Report, an Atlantic partner site.

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