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FILLING THE BRACKETS
LUKE WINN
November 21, 2005
The 65-team NCAA tournament includes 31 automatic bids and 34 at-large selections. SI predicts the 45 teams to round out the field
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November 21, 2005

Filling The Brackets

The 65-team NCAA tournament includes 31 automatic bids and 34 at-large selections. SI predicts the 45 teams to round out the field

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ALBANY | AMERICA EAST | 4 | Great Danes are eyeing Vermont's old throne, but junior Jamar Wilson, league's No. 1 guard, must take better care of ball.

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NORTHWESTERN STATE | SOUTHLAND | 5 | Balanced Demons (top scorer Jermaine Wallace averaged 11.9 points) return four four-year starters from 21-win team.

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SACRAMENTO STATE | BIG SKY | 4 | Hornets have never been to NCAAs, but 6'4", 220-pound guard Jason Harris (17.5 ppg) could power them there.

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FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON | NORTHEAST | 3 | Forward Gordon Klaiber is threat inside and out (16.0 ppg, 46 threes); Italian centro Andrea Crosariol had 55 blocks.

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HAMPTON | MEAC | 3 | Avast! At 6'11", Pirates center Bruce Brown towers above rest of MEAC; he shot 69.4% from field in conference games.

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