After the first two days of the 2013 NCAA Tournament, college basketball fans were not treated to great basketball on Sunday afternoon as Louisville and Michigan State absolutely dominated their opponents in the round of 32. When the brackets were released on Selection Sunday, it was clear the Midwest Region was the toughest as it boasted the No. 1 overall seed in Louisville along with a superb top four in No. 2 Duke, No. 3 Michigan State and No. 4 St. Louis. Even the lower seeds were tough with squads like No. 7 Creighton and No. 12 Oregon. However, the blowouts won by the Cardinals and Spartans made it clear there will be no surprise champion this year.
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