The remaining four teams have proven to be some of the best of the best. Not only are they the champions of their respective regions, but they've taken down the top competition to get where they are today. This doesn't mean they aren't vulnerable. Its time to point out the weakness that each team remaining has. These teams need to be prepared to counter their weakness in order to make it to the championship.
Louisville Cardinals: Half-Court Offense
For a team that lacks an elite pure shooter, the Cardinals compensate by being dangerous in the open court. Being forced to slow it down could lead to defeat.
Wichita State Shockers
Wichita State Shockers: Go-To Scorer
They Might not have that elite top tear player but they are well rounded and balanced which is hard to counter. If The Shockers had that one elite scorer this team would be scary good even better than they are at the moment which is obviously a winning group.
Michigan Wolverines: Defense
The Wolverines are not inept on defense, as they can come up with stops when they need them. However, they are often caught attempting to play the passing lanes instead of remaining in front of their respective assignments.
Syracuse Orange: Offensive Guard Play
When on their games Michael Carter-Williams and Brandon Triche can be top tier guards. Unfortunately they lack consistency that has hurt Syracuse at times. However; If Carter-Williams and Triche show up, the Orange can defeat any caliber of opponent. They've proven that by holding the opposition to 45.8 points per contest during the 2013 NCAA tournament.