Chasing Cinderella: 2013 March Madness South Region Breakdown

It's time to fill out your brackets, and SB Nation has your complete coverage and commenatary on this year's field. After the release of the bracket Sunday evening, Dan Rubenstein sat down with Coach Nick Hauselman of BBallBreakdown and Rob Manganaro of SB Nation to talk through the tournament, region by region. Here's what the gents had to say about the South Region.

If you look at the odds, the South region is perhaps the most perplexing to figure out when it comes to filling out your 2013 NCAA Tournament bracket. March Madness is in full effect and that means anything goes. Luckily, the crew at SB Nation Studios is here to help as Dan Rubenstein, Nick Hauselman and Rob Manganaro break down the South region.

Kansas is the No. 1 seed and Ben McLemore and Jeff Withey can play with anyone in the country. In addition, the team made the final game last year and that experience will come into play in March. However, Nate Silver has Final Four odds favoring Florida of any of the South teams, and the No. 3 seeded Gators have plenty of talent as well.

But what about the Georgetown Hoyas, the No. 2 seed in the South? Otto Porter and company should not be overlooked. Of course, we haven't even mentioned some dangerous lower seeds including Michigan, UCLA and North Carolina among many others.

Check out our South regional breakdown and get the inside scoop on who should win.

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