Bracket projection: Richmond
The Spiders' two stars -- Kevin Anderson and Justin Harper -- could fuel a Sweet 16 run
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This seed makes you wonder if anyone on the Committee saw Richmond play. The Spiders have a dynamic point guard, a 6-foot-10 forward who'll be an NBA draft pick and loads of big-game experience. I'm taking Richmond to the Sweet 16.
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