Breaking down the 10, 11 and 12 seeds: Who will pull upsets? | 2021 NCAA Tournament | Bracketology

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The Bracketology crew breaks down the 10 seeds (VCU, Maryland, Virginia Tech and Rutgers); 11 seeds (Wichita State/Drake, Michigan State/UCLA, Utah State and Syracuse); and 12 seeds (UCSB, Georgetown, Winthrop and Oregon State) to see who has the best chance at pulling upsets at the 2021 NCAA Tournament.

0:00 Breaking down the 7-10 matchups.

1:54 Breaking down the 6-11 matchups.

3:35 Breaking down the 5-12 matchups.

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