Providence got no bargain when Dayton beat Boise State in the First Four. The Friars, seen as a potential bracket-breaker, will have to get past Dayton in front of another Ohio crowd at Columbus in the Round of 64.
Every season since 2010, a No. 4 seed or lower has made a run to the Final Four. Be it Connecticut winning the title last year, Wichita making an improbable run in 2013, or even Butler going to back-to-back championship games, sleepers have come to become an integral part of the NCAA Tournament. Who will be this season's sleepers?