March Madness Predictions: St. Louis Billikens In Trouble As Memphis Heads To Final Four In SB Nation Breakdown

March Madness 2012 is here, and if you need some help finding the upsets in your NCAA Tournament brackets, SB Nation's Matt Ufford and Searching For Billy Edelin's Nick Fasulo really stirred the pot in their video breakdown of the West Region. How so? The top-seeded Michigan St. Spartans were referred to as the fourth-most talented team in the region behind the Memphis Tigers, Missouri Tigers and Florida Gators.

The news is bad for fans of the No. 9 St. Louis Billikens, as Fasulo takes No. 8 Memphis not only to upset Michigan State, but to advance all the way to the Final Four. Missouri's talent is projected to win out in the bottom half of the bracket, but only because Florida is pretty unpredictable. Check out the breakdown here:

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