NCAA Bracket 2012 Predictions, Elite Eight: Can Remaining No. 1 Seeds Make It To Final Four

Saturday's 2012 NCAA bracket predictions were completely wrong since the Louisville Cardinals overcame the Florida Gators with a late run and the Ohio St. Buckeyes took care of the Syracuse Orange. But we still have two more games to decide the other half of the Final Four.

We still have two No. 1 seeds remaining in the Kentucky Wildcats and the North Carolina Tar Heels, but will they join the Michigan St. Spartans and the Syracuse Orange, their No. 1 seed brethren, by moving off the court? Let's predict these outcomes (hopefully with better results than Saturday's):


Related: March Madness for the Rocky Mountain Region | Printable NCAA Bracket


No. 1 Kentucky vs. No. 3 Baylor, 12:20 p.m. MT, CBS - How can a team with Anthony Davis lose? KENTUCKY

No. 1 North Carolina vs. No. 2 Kansas, 3:05 p.m. MT, CBS - Having Kendall Marshall on the court will help Roy Williams' Tar Heels have a better time against his former team, but North Carolina should pull out the victory here. NORTH CAROLINA

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