March Madness Predictions: First Four Continues In Dayton

March Madness 2011 is already underway after last night's victories by UNC-Asheville and Clemson. The former was a close game that needed overtime to be decided, while the latter saw the Tigers dominate UAB for 40 minutes.

Today's games will decide another 16 seed and an 11 seed this time. The Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners face the Alabama St. Hornets in the first game. The winner receives the award of facing No. 1 Ohio State in the East region. SB Nation's Chris Dobbertean had the Roadrunners over the Hornets before losing to the Buckeyes.

The night game has the Va. Commonwealth Rams facing the USC Trojans for an 11 seed. Much like UAB, the Rams were a questionable selection over the Colorado Buffaloes. Maybe they'll have a better showing than UAB did against Clemson. Dobbertean picks the Rams to advance in a "close, physical" game. And then he has them upset No. 6 Georgetown

If you're looking to make one last bracket entry after these games finish, remember that SB Nation has its own printable NCAA Tournament bracket for you.

Here is the complete schedule and announcers for the First Four's last two games:

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16 (All times MT)

4:40, truTV, Dayton -- UTSA vs. Alabama St. (Gus Johnson/Len Elmore)

7:10, truTV, Dayton -- Southern California vs. VCU  (Gus Johnson/Len Elmore)

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