2012 NCAA Tournament Predictions, Cal Vs. USF: Golden Bears Likely To Move On

The California Golden Bears men's basketball team is ready to get their 2012 NCAA tournament started with a bang Wednesday night against the University of South Florida Bulls, but who will come out victorious at the Dayton Arena in Dayton, OH this evening?

Over at Collegehoops.net these teams are seen as rather well matched squads but eventually choosing the Golden Bears as the winner by the score of 50-44. Over at Roundballdaily.com they are selecting USF as the winner despite the terrific guard play from Cal with Jorge Gutierrez, making sure to note USF's Anthony Collins as the key player of the game to watch.

SB Nation predicts that Cal takes the cake in this matchup as well.

Should be quite the energetic matchup this evening when these two take the court, look for a hard fought battle down to the wire.

For more in depth discussion and analysis of the California Golden Bears make sure you check out their blog, California Golden Blogs. For the South Florida side of the street, make sure you head over to Voodoo Five. For news on the rest of the NCAA tournament in general, make sure to check out SB Nation's dedicated NCAA Basketball hub.

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