Wofford

Location: Spartanburg, SC

Conference: Big South

Mascot: Terriers

Coach: Mike Young

Record: 28-6 (16-2)

Kenpom ranking: 90

Good wins (Kenpom ranking): @ NC State (38) Sam Houston State (79) Iona (108)

Bad losses (Kenpom ranking): @ The Citadel (329) Chattanooga (158) William & Mary (130)

Tournament appearances: 4 (current streak: 2)

Best result: No tournament wins

NBA alumni: Jim Neal (played in 1954)

Best name: Eric Wagenlander

Famous alumni: Panthers owner Jerry Richardson, ESPN reporter Wendi Nix

Mike Young has built somewhat of a SoCon dynasty: The Terriers have won four of the last six titles, and the only other team to win in that span is Davidson, who left the league. Wofford proved it could win on the road against a tourney-level squad by knocking off NC State in Raleigh, although attempts to do so against Duke and West Virginia ended in blowouts.)

Style of play: How to pull a pupset

Wofford will want to slow pace of play -- it has the 317th-fastest tempo in the country. A random stat that pops out is that 41.8 percent of opposing baskets are assisted, sixth most in the country. It seems counterintuitive, but if you're scoring on a lot of assisted baskets, that means you're having to work the ball. Things aren't coming easy. Two of the five teams above Wofford in that category? 1-seeds Kentucky and Wisconsin.

Key player: Killer Karl

Karl Cochran can do a little bit of everything, provided you let him drill a bunch of threes. How many 6'1 guards lead their team in blocks? His main weapon is the deep shot, taking a whopping 7.5 a game and hitting 37 percent of them. But the senior also leads the team in assists, steals, and as noted, blocks, as well as defensive rebound rate. Driving isn't his thing, but not because he can't -- just because he'd rather shoot.