Here are SB Nation's Chris Dobbertean's NCAA Tournament 2011 bracket predictions for the Southeast Region. Print out your own 2011 March Madness bracket here to fill in your selections:
No. 1 Pittsburgh over No. 16 UNC Asheville, as once again the 16 seeds will go 0-for-4.
No. 9 Old Dominion over No. 8 Butler, thanks to a relentless ability to get to rebounds.
No. 5 Kansas State over No. 12 Utah State, as the Aggies have struggled mightily of late.
No. 13 Belmont over No. 4 Wisconsin, since the Bruins are tested and due to pull a surprise.
No. 11 Gonzaga over No. 6 St. John's, only because D.J. Kennedy's absence is going to hurt the Red Storm.
No. 3 BYU over No. 14 Wofford, because Jimmer Fredette will push the Cougars past a tricky Terrier squad by himself if he has to.
No. 7 UCLA over No. 10 Michigan State, though this one is variable, depending on which version of each team bothers to show up.
No. 2 Florida over No. 15 UC Santa Barbara, ending a second consecutive Gaucho NCAA trip at the first hurdle.
No. 9 Old Dominion over No. 1 Pittsburgh, as the Panthers struggle with their rough Colonial equivalent.
No. 5 Kansas State over No. 13 Belmont, even though the Bruins will give the Wildcats fits, particularly inside.
No. 3 BYU over No. 11 Gonzaga, setting the stage for future West Coast Conference encounters
No. 2 Florida over No. 7 UCLA, giving the Gators three straight NCAA Tournament wins over the Bruins.
No. 5 Kansas State over No. 9 Old Dominion, as the top half of the bracket delivers yet another bruising matchup.
No. 2 Florida over No. 3 BYU, though this game would be far different if Brandon Davies were in the frontcourt for the Cougars.
No. 2 Florida over No. 5 Kansas State, giving the Gators two victories over Frank Martin's Wildcats this season.