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March Madness 2011 Predictions: Conference Championship Sunday

Here are our March Madness 2011 predictions for one of the most exciting days of March, Conference Championship Sunday. There are some great games this year and none better than in the ACC with the classic Duke vs North Carolina matchup, we have Duke all the way in this one vs this years upstart North Carolina squad. North Carolina has really come on late with their youth becoming more experienced but we think they will have a lot more maturing to do to beat Duke in a conference championship game. In the SEC you have another really great game with Florida vs Kentucky and we take Florida in a very close game. The Atlantic 10 features Richmond vs Dayton and we are going with the favorite if for no other reason to add some suspense to the March Madness 2011 bubble, but in all seriousness Richmond is a good squad and should have this. In the final conference tournament game of 2011 you have number 1 Ohio State vs a suddenly hot Penn State squad that has gone from not on the bubble to in the dance in a week. We actually like Penn State to win this game and the reason is that they are playing some great intense defense and will close out on OSU's three point shooters, this is a bit of a fearless prediction but we feel that PSU can get it done. Stay with us for all the talk and craziness that will start when the brackets are released.

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