Need help with your bracket? Here's our preview of each team in the tournament

Wednesday March 19th, 2014

If you've never heard of Wofford or can't name the mascot of Coastal Carolina, don't worry. If you're not sure if you should be worried about Arizona without Brandon Ashley or Joel Embiid's back, don't sweat it. We have you covered. Below, we've previewed every team in the NCAA tournament, pointing out their strengths, their flaws and predicting just how far they'll advance.

Scottie WilbekinScottie Wilbekin, Florida. (Scott Cunningham/Getty)

South Region

1. Florida vs. No. 16 Albany

8. Colorado vs. 9. Pittsburgh

5. VCU vs. No. 12 Stephen F. Austin

4. UCLA vs. 13. Tulsa

6. Ohio State vs. 11. Dayton

3. Syracuse vs. 14. Western Michigan

7. New Mexico vs. 10. Stanford

2. Kansas vs. 15. Eastern Kentucky

Nick JohnsonNick Johnson, Arizona. (Ethan Miller/Getty)

West Region

1. Arizona vs. No. 16 Weber St.

8. Gonzaga vs. 9. Oklahoma State

5. Oklahoma vs. No. 12 N. Dakota State

4. San Diego St. vs. 13. New Mexico St.

6. Baylor vs. 11. Nebraska

3. Creighton vs. 14. La. Lafayette

7. Oregon vs. 10. BYU

2. Wisconsin vs. 15. American

Malcolm BrogdonMalcolm Brogdon, Virginia. (G Flume/Getty)

East Region

1. Virginia vs. No. 16 Coastal Carolina

8. Memphis vs. 9. George Washington

5. Cincinnati vs. No. 12 Harvard

4. Michigan State vs. 13. Delaware

6. UNC vs. 11. Providence

3. Iowa State vs. 14. N.C. Central

7. UConn vs. 10. St. Joseph's

2. Villanova vs. 15. Milwaukee

Fred VanVleetFred VanVleet, Wichita St. (Peter G. Aiken/Getty)

Midwest Region

1. Wichita State vs. 16. Cal-Poly/Texas So.

8. Kentucky vs. 9. Kansas State

5. Saint Louis vs. No. 12 N.C. State

4. Louisville vs. 13. Manhattan

6. UMass vs. 11. Tennessee/Iowa

3. Duke vs. 14. Mercer

7. Texas vs. 10. Arizona State

2. Michigan vs. 15. Wofford

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