Brent Yarina, Senior Editor, March 17, 2014

NCAA tourney predictions are all over the internet today. But few are as comprehensive as's forecaster that calculates the chance each team has of reaching each round. The site reached its results by "taking into account a composite of power rankings, pre-season rankings, the team?s placement on the NCAA?s 68-team S-curve, player injuries and geography.

The site's favorite to win it all? That would be Louisville (15 percent chance), the No. 4 seed in the Midwest. No, that is not a typo.

Big Ten tourney champ Michigan State is the sixth-most likely team to win it all (6 percent), the best of any Big Ten team. It also has a 24-percent chance to make the Final Four, which is tops in in the East Region and highest among Big Ten teams.

Big Ten regular-season champ Michigan and Wisconsin both come in at 3 percent. For the record, predicts Tennessee to beat Iowa in the first round, and that's why their study only includes five of the Big Ten's six NCAA teams.

See what kind of percentages the site gives your team throughout the dance below.

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Chances of advancing to …

Round 3
Michigan, 95 percent
Wisconsin, 93 percent
Michigan State, 91 percent
Ohio State, 75 percent
Nebraska, 30 percent

Sweet 16
Michigan, 74 percent
Wisconsin, 72 percent
Michigan State, 67 percent
Ohio State, 40 percent
Nebraska, 9 percent

Elite Eight
Wisconsin, 40 percent
Michigan State, 39 percent
Michigan, 37 percent
Ohio State, 20 percent
Nebraska, 3 percent

Final Four
Michigan State, 24 percent
Wisconsin, 16 percent
Michigan, 14 percent
Ohio State, 9 percent
Nebraska, < 1 percent

Title game
Michigan State, 12 percent
Wisconsin, 7 percent
Michigan, 6 percent
Ohio State, 4 percent
Nebraska, < 1 percent

National champion
Michigan State, 6 percent
Michigan & Wisconsin, 3 percent
Ohio State, 2 percent
Nebraska, < 1 percent

About Brent Yarina senior editor Brent Yarina covers football and men's basketball for He writes the popular uniform feature "Clothes Call," which also focuses on the latest cosmetic changes across Big Ten arenas and stadiums. Read all of his work here. You can subscribe to Yarina's RSS feed and follow him on Twitter @BTNBrentYarina.