NCAA Tournament 2012: SB Nation's YouTube Breakdown Of Ohio State's Region

SB Nation's Matt Ufford and Nick Fasulo break down the East Region of the NCAA Tournament for SB Nation's YouTube channel.


Fasulo thinks that top-seeded Syracuse could be vulnerable against potential second-round matchup Kansas State, which is one of the nation's top offensive rebounding teams. The No. 8-seed Wildcats average 14.2 offensive rebounds per game, good for 15th in the nation -- and second among BCS conference schools.

As for Ohio State, Fasulo thinks the Buckeyes will make it to the Elite 8. He wonders what coach Thad Matta might do with Jared Sullinger against that famous Syracuse zone, and talks about what it will take for Ohio State to advance to the Final Four.

For a printable bracket, click here.

For more on the Ohio State Buckeyes, check out Along The Olentangy. You can also head over to SB Nation's main NCAA Basketball news hub. More bracket breakdowns can be found at SB Nation's YouTube channel.

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