Villanova vs. Mt. St. Mary's (+26.5)
Wisconsin vs. Virginia Tech (+5.5)
Baylor vs. New Mexico St. (+12.5)
South Carolina vs. Marquette (+1.5)
Duke vs. Troy (+19)
Gonzaga (-22.5) vs. South Dakota St.
West Virginia vs. Bucknell (+14)
Maryland vs. Xavier (+2)
Arizona vs. North Dakota (+16.5)
Miami vs. Michigan St. (+2.5)
Oregon vs. Iona (+15)
Michigan vs. Oklahoma St. (+2.5)
Louisville vs. Jacksonville St. (+20)
North Carolina vs. Texas Southern (+27)
East Tennessee vs. Minnesota (+1)
UCLA vs. Kent St. (+18)
Wichita St. (-6) vs. Dayton
Remember that these are not win/loss predictions, but rather predictions against the spread (estimated point differential). The tendency is for the public to overestimate favorites. In reality, tournament games are, on average, closer than one would expect, so picking underdogs is usually a good strategy against the spread. I doubt many of these underdog teams, those with a + number, will actually win, but I do think they will keep the games relatively close. Again, games not listed here are because my numbers are just too narrow to decide on a prediction. These are all based on mathematical equations, not emotions or allegiances or particular teams I'm rooting for, so we'll have to see if my streak of moderate scientific success will continue.
On to the games!