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2013 NCAA Tournament schedule and bracket: Are Indiana and Miami on a collision course?

The experts think DC could be primed for an epic match-up in the Elite Eight.

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With the NCAA Tournament down to its final 16 teams, proceedings will move to four regional sites that will host two Sweet 16 games and one Elite Eight match-up. If things go the right way for fans of basketball in general, Washington D.C. could be set up for an epic Elite Eight match-up between the Indiana Hoosiers and Miami Hurricanes.

It's not a given that the teams will meet just yet. The No. 2 Hurricanes, a giant killer early in the regular and conference seasons, will have to get past the Marquette Golden Eagles. The No. 1 Hoosiers don't have an easy task in front of them either: a date with the No. 4 Syracuse Orange.

But it seems as if CBS Sports' college basketball experts believe we're set up for an epic Elite Eight match-up in our nation's capital. The experts unanimously give a nod to the Hurricanes in their match-up against Marquette. Only Matt Norlander disagreed with his compatriots, taking the Orange against the Indiana Hoosiers.

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