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(4) Virginia -- (13) Albany: When Albany takes down Virginia, we'll hear lots of talk about the game being one of the best David vs. Goliath stories of this year's tournament -- a reasonable comparison only if David were carrying a crossbow instead of a slingshot. The Danes' top five scorers are upperclassmen, and lead guard Jamar Wilson can be every bit as dynamic as Virginia's all-world tandem of Sean Singletary and J.R. Reynolds. As a No. 16 seed last year, the Danes jumped on Wilson's back against mighty Connecticut and nearly pulled the upset. They get it done this time as a No. 13, against a skilled but erratic Virginia squad.


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Jamar Wilson, Albany: Virginia guard Sean Singletary will get the hype heading into UVa's first-round matchup with Albany, but don't be surprised if Wilson gets the better of things. He does it all for the Great Danes (18.5 ppg, 6.3 rpg, 4.8 apg) and acquitted himself very well against Marcus Williams and UConn in last year's first-round matchup (19 points) -- a game Albany led by 12 with 11:34 to play.

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