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NCAA Tournament 2013 bracket predictions: Everybody on the Louisville bandwagon

Nearly everyone is picking Louisville to bring home the national title.

Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports

Come on down, Louisville, the presumptive national champion. Nearly everyone is picking the Cardinals to win the 2013 NCAA Tournament, with President Obama being one of the few dissenters, having chosen Indiana.

SB Nation's Chris Dobbertean went with Louisville, picking them to beat Indiana in the title game. For him, the difference was the Cardinals' superior defense in a sport that is defensive oriented right now.

Sports Illustrated's crew unanimously picked Louisville to win the title, with all six of their pundits picking the Cardinals to take home the championship. Miami was another popular pick at SI, with all but one person picking the Hurricanes to make the Final Four.

Louisville is also popular over at CBS Sports, where eight of their 13 experts picked the Cardinals to win it all. Gonzaga was the only other team to be chosen by multiple people, while Indiana, Miami and Ohio St. each got one nod as well.

The outlier in it all was Yahoo!'s Accuscore computer, which said that Kansas is most likely to win the tournament. Louisville did check in as second most likely, while Gonzaga was third and Indiana fourth.

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