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NCAA Men's March Madness: Year of the Underdog?

For the first time, a number-one seed will not be playing for the national title. Top-ranked Purdue, Kansas, Houston and Alabama all lost in the first three rounds. This year's tournament appears to be defined by the dominance of lower-ranked teams, thanks to wins by No. 16 Farleigh Dickinson, No. 15 Princeton, and No. 9 Florida Atlantic. Could a Cinderella school win out? They don't call it March Madness for nothing.

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