The 2011 NCAA Tournament's second ("third") round concludes Sunday, with three ACC teams and two CAA teams in action. UNC can avenge fellow really old university Georgia with a win against Washington in the East region, Duke is going to annihilate Michigan, and FSU has a shot at another upset against Notre Dame, while George Mason has a mighty task ahead in No. 1 Ohio State and VCU looks to keep it going against Purdue.
Kentucky and Florida were the first two teams to reach the Sweet Sixteen -- if the expected two of three ACC teams can make it in, a fourth of the round will be Southeastern schools. Not bad at all, considering how down the ACC was this year.
The Wildcats will get the winner of Ohio State-George Mason, while Florida draws either Gonzaga or BYU, which tips off Saturday night.
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