If your NCAA Tournament bracket doesn't have some 11, 12, 13, 14 or even 15 (dare I say 16?) seeds making it out of the opening weekend, you're doing it all wrong. Double digit seeds are going to advance, it happens every single year.

If you're lucky, those upsets will make your bracket instead of breaking it.

While there's no formula, there are a few characteristics to look for in lower seeds when you're filling out your bracket. For instance, the team that has a guy who can go off for 30+ against anyone, the underdogs that play stingy defense and forces turnovers, or simply the team that is playing against an overrated opponent. We (everyone who has ever filled out a March Madness bracket) know for sure that there will be upsets, and there are a few popular suggestions regarding where those upsets might come. 

REMINDER: The NCAA Tournament First Round tips off tomorrow, March 15th, and will continue throughout the weekend.

Scroll down to check out six potential cinderella teams that could make a run to the Sweet 16 and beyond.