The Midwest Region looks like the most difficult region in the 2013 NCAA Tournament. No. 1 seed Louisville is one the hottest teams in the country and the top overall seed in the entire tournament. The stars of the region may well be the coaches, with Lousville's Rick Pitino, Duke's Mike Krzyzewski and Michigan State's Tom Izzo taking center stage. One of the feel-good stories in the country is also in this region, with No. 4 seed Saint Louis overcoming the death of coach Rick Majerus to win 27 games and take home the Atlantic-10 tournament title. Quite simply, the 2013 national champion may come out of the Midwest Region.
The Cardinals have won 10 games in a row and 13 of their last 14, the only blemish during that time a five-overtime loss to Notre Dame on Feb. 9. Senior ...
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