We’ve heard that a lot from all of the experts all season. Just three days ago, this column promised us there was massive parity in the game, with quotes from the top coaches. Jim Boeheim says there would be ten different winners if we played the tourney ten times!

So which wacky teams did the experts pick to win it all? Well, for starters, not a single person picked Duke (despite Goodman’s piece proclaiming them the favorites two weeks ago). Just three of the 34 experts picked a non-one seed and in each case it was a two-seed. And 27 of the 34 picked Louisville. Here’s a complete rundown of picks posted at ESPN.com, CBSSports.com, USAToday.com, SI.com, and Yahoo.com.

Alaa Abdelnaby: Louisville
Greg Anthony: Louisville
Nicole Auerbach: Louisville
Jay Bilas: Louisville
Jeff Borzello: Louisville
Mateen Cleaves: Louisville
Seth Davis: Louisville
Dennis Dodd: Louisville
Gregg Doyel: Ohio State
Jeff Eisenberg: Louisville
Brad Evans: Louisville
Pat Forde: Louisville
John Gasaway: Louisville
Pete Gillen: Miami
Scott Gleeson: Kansas
Jeff Goodman: Louisville
Doug Gottlieb: Louisville
Seth Greenberg: Louisville
Mike Lopresti: Louisville
Joe Lunardi: Louisville
Stewart Mandel: Louisville
Matt Norlander: Louisville
Jerry Palm: Louisville
Gary Parrish: Louisville
Digger Phelps: Miami
Eric Prisbell: Louisville
Jon Rothstein: Louisville
Wally Szczerbiak: Gonzaga
Pete Thamel: Louisville
Peter Tiernan: Louisville
Dick Vitale: Louisville
Dan Wetzel: Indiana
Jay Williams: Ohio State
Luke Winn: Louisville