March Madness Predictions: More Bad News For Colorado As UNLV Bandwagon Grows

The 2012 NCAA Tournament starts with First Four matchups on Tuesday, and SB Nation's Matt Ufford sat down with Nick Fasulo of searchingforbillyedelin.com to break down the South bracket in greater detail. The Kentucky Wildcats are the clear favorite in the South, and Fasulo thinks they should be penciled into the Final Four, but the rest of the action is where things get really interesting.

In terms of upsets, Fasulo is high on the UNLV Runnin' Rebels, which is obviously bad news for fans of the Colorado Buffaloes -- as the No. 11 Buffaloes take on No. 6 UNLV in Round of 64. How much does he like the Runnin' Rebels? An upset over the Baylor Bears in the Round of 32 is predicted, and another shocker against the Duke Blue Devils is bandied about as well. If you want to know everything else about the bracket, watch this:

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