Everyone loves a Bracket Buster. That is, unless one of the brackets they destroy is yours.
More often than not, we see a double-digit seed advance to the Sweet 16 or beyond. This year will probably be no different.
ESPN’s BPI thinks a No. 12 seed is the most likely underdog to reach the second weekend: the Davidson Wildcats.
The A-10 Tournament champs have a 17.3 percent chance of making the Sweet 16. You can see the full BPI predictions here.
Twelve seed Davidson has the best chance to reach the Sweet 16 among double-digit seeds, according to ESPN's BPI.
Davidson last reached the Sweet 16 in 2008, when Stephen Curry led the team with over 25 PPG.
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) March 13, 2018
For Davidson to get to the second weekend for the first time in a decade, they will have to take down at least one, and probably two, giants. Davidson matches up with fifth-seeded Kentucky in Round One.
In the second round, the Wildcats could be up against No. 4 seed Arizona and potential No. 1 overall pick Deandre Ayton. Not an easy task by any means.
Who is your “upset special” this year?