The second No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament will be the Villanova Wildcats with a 32-2 record on the year, they were much deserving of a No. 1 seed. They'll take on No. 16 seed Lafayette in the second round.
Villanova will have no cake walk if they meet Northern Iowa in the Sweet Sixteen, who was given a five-seed. This was a shock to many who believe Northern Iowa should've been seeded higher after losing just three games on the season.
Louisville was given the No. 4 seed out of the ACC with a 24-8 record, who will be a tough challenge for any team they play.
The Virginia Cavaliers were said to be a No. 1 seed for much of the NCAA season, but after losing to North Carolina in the semi-finals of the ACC tournament, they were given a No. 2 seed with their 29-3 record.
The No. 3 seed in the east will be the Oklahoma Sooners with a 22-10 record. This is kind of a surprise giving a No. 3 seed to a 10-loss team, but they do lead the Big 12 in scoring.
With Villanova at the top and big teams lurking in Virginia, Oklahoma, Louisville and Northern Iowa as well as No. 7 seed Michigan State, who will win the East Region and make it to the Final Four? Let us know in the comments below.
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