The 2013 NCAA Tournament Selection Show is behind us and now it is time to fill out your brackets. College Sports Madness brings you Tournament Capsules for each and every NCAA and NIT team. Did Louisville really deserve the #1 overall seed? How tough is the Midwest Region? Our Regional Overviews and Round by Round breakdowns is the best way to prepare to fill out your bracket. The selection committee gave plenty of respect to the Mountain West and Atlantic 10…and rightfully so. Boise State and La Salle were among the last two teams in and both really did deserve to be in the 2013 NCAA Tournament. The SEC, on the other hand, saw Alabama, Kentucky, and Tennessee on the outside looking in. They are NIT bound along with other bubble teams like Virginia and Southern Miss. But now is the time to concentrate on who is in, not who is out. The West Region, featuring Gonzaga, Ohio State, New Mexico, Kansas State and Wisconsin, appears to be the weakest region. Watch out for New Mexico in that region. If they run into Ohio State, the winner of that game could be Final Four bound. But if it is Ohio State, they may run into Wisconsin once again. But Gonzaga is a #1 seed for a reason and they certainly deserved the top spot in the West. The question is what happens when they run into a team like Wisconsin who can stretch out their defense.