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March Madness 2011 Bracket Hardest Region

Now that the March Madness 2011 bracket has been announced what is the hardest region to get to the Final Four from? We would have to go with the East followed by the West region. The East should have been the easiest region as it is headed up by the number 1 overall seed Ohio State but it sure doesn't look like that as it has North Carolina as the 2 seed which is very dangerous, we really like the 6 seed in Xavier, the 11 seed Marquette is capable of beating Ohio State, and you have a team like number 4 Kentucky who we aren't high on this season but they have great coaching which means a lot in March.

When you look at the West Region in the March Madness 2011 bracket which is probably the second most difficult you have Duke which was probably the last 1 seed and they are joined by a whole bunch of teams that can clearly get hot and make a run to Houston. You see UCONN which went wild at the Big East Tournament to win it, you have Texas which went on a great run this season, and a San Diego State squad which we aren't as high on as most but will concede they are capable of making it to Houston. To round out the region bracket rankings we would have the Southeast next followed by the Southwest as the easiest region for Kansas to run through. As always let us know your thoughts.

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