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Experts from around the Internet are jumping on the Louisville bandwagon.
If you check out the various bracket predictions from around the country, there is one common theme: everyone loves Louisville. No matter where you go, people are picking the Cardinals to win the national championship.
Here at SB Nation, Chris Dobbertean picked the Cardinals to take home the national title, upending Indiana in the championship. He has Georgetown making it to the Sweet 16, but falling there to Florida when their offense stalls.
Everyone at Sports Illustrated is drinking the Louisville Kool-Aid, with all six of their pundits picking the Cardinals to win the national title. Only Kelli Anderson thinks the Hoyas make the Final Four.
CBS Sports doesn't break from the field too much, with eight of their 13 experts choosing Louisville to win it all. Jeff Borzello, Dennis Dodd and Mateen Cleaves believe in Georgetown enough to have them in the Final Four in their brackets.
The lone outlier is Yahoo!, whose computer says Kansas is most likely to win the national title. Well, Yahoo! and President Obama, who picked Indiana to take home the title.
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