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Top 10 tournament sleepers
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Top 10 tournament sleepers

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This is Kels Dayton's Top 10 2010 NCAA Tournament Sleepers. For more, visit http://northeastcollegehoops.com.

This is Kels Dayton's Top 10 2010 NCAA Tournament Sleepers. For more, visit http://northeastcollegehoops.com.

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    • 1. TOP TEN “BRACKET Michael Conroy/AP By: Kels Dayton
    • 2. The Big Red nearly knocked off No. 1 Kansas in Allen Fieldhouse in January, Quinnipiac coach Tom Moore says: “There’s AP Photo no more helpless a feeling than when you’re guarding Cornell in the half court, and they’re running their flare screens and back cuts and they get a wide open three on you. As a head coach you’re just praying 1) it doesn’t go in.”
    • 3. Missouri Valley Conference, going 15-3 and capturing the regular season title. They are led by guard Kwadzo Ahelegbe, who is averaging 10.6 points per game. Matthew Putney/ WCF Courier 2) “They’re going to give somebody in the NCAA Tournament an ‘L’,”--Wichita State head coach Greg Marshall, after losing to the Panthers. (Source: http://www.usatoday.com/) NORTHERN
    • 4. average in double figures in scoring (Guards Shelvin Mack and Willie Veasley, Forwards Gordon Hayward and Matt Howard). Duane Burleson/AP SCARY STAT: Butler has not lost since December 22 (at UAB). Source: Espn.com 3) BUTLER
    • 5. Sweet-shooting guard Jimmer Fredette leads the Cougars with 22.1 points per game. AP Photo SCARY STAT: Fredette scored 49 points in BYU’s 99-69 thrashing of Arizona in Tucson in December. 4 BYU
    • 6. The Lobos are led by guard Darington Hobson, (1), who averages 15.9 points and 9.3 reboungs per game. “They’re legit. Darington Hobson is a Ethan Miller/Getty Images 6-7 triple double waiting to happen, and they’ve got two great shooters, and a terriffic point guard. They play great together,”-- CBS Sports analyst 5 NEW MEXICO Steve Lappas, on WFAN’s “Mike’d Up”
    • 7. Runnin’ Rebels with 17.2 points per game. The Rebs are deep in the backcourt, with Willis and guard Chase Stanbeck. SCARY STAT: UNLV Ethan Miller/Getty Images hasn’t allowed an opponent to score more than 77 points since Decmeber 12. 6 UNLV (Source: ESPN.com)
    • 8. players who average over 13 points per game. (Guard Clearance Jackson, and Forwards Edwin Ubiles, Alex Franklin, and Ryan Rossiter.) Source: Espn.com Saints SCARY STAT: The have reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament in each of the past two seasons. Pete Iorizzo/Albany Times-Union 7 SIENA
    • 9. Princeton-style offense, and are lead by guards Kevin Anderson (14), and David Gonzalvez (5). AP Photo “I think Richmond presents matchup problems for a lot of teams because of the way they play. I think they have a chance to reach the Elite Eight,”-- Doug Gottlieb, ESPN analyst 8 RICHMOND
    • 10. Forward Gerald Lee (12), and Guard Ben Finney (15) have lead the Monarchs to a Colonial Athletic Association SCARY STAT: The Monarchs season title. regular rank sixth in the nation in points allowed, giving up just 57.5 per game. 9 OLD Source: bbstate.com Pilot Bill Tiernan/The Virginia
    • 11. High-flying guard Randy Culpepper leads the Miners with 17.9 points per game. “If you’re looking for a double-digit seed that could get to the Sweet 16 or beyond in this bracket, it’s UTEP.” -- ESPN analyst Andy Katz Ruben R. Ramirez/ El Paso Times 10 UTEP

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