In this week's edition of "Full Nelson," SB Nation's Amy K. Nelson went to the Bay Area to interview math wizard Ed Feng of The Power Rank about sports analytics. Feng has developed a system for filling out NCAA Tournament brackets. As you would expect, based on Feng's analysis, No. 1 overall seed Kentucky has the highest probability of winning the tournament at 16.5 percent. The Ohio State Buckeyes have the second highest probability of capturing the title at 11.5 percent - according to Feng's system which is "based on objective numbers - a true estimation of how good these teams are and how likely they are to go forward."
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