March Madness is in just a few weeks and with it comes speculation about bubble teams, championship contenders, and upset candidates. But there are a few teams that nobody is talking about that could end up in the Final Four this year.

1. Notre Dame.

The Irish proved last season that you don't have to be a top seed to make it far in the NCAA tournament. As a 6 seed, Mike Brey's squad made it all the way to the elite 8 before finally losing to UNC. In a previous season, Notre Dame almost took down a heavily favored Kentucky team. That experience goes a long way in the NCAA tournament and could help Notre Dame make a deep run.

2. Florida.

Billy Donovan isn't the head coach at Florida anymore, but that doesn't mean the team can't win another championship. The SEC is typically undervalued by a majority of the country and Florida has been playing some great basketball recently, winning their last eight games in a now. They've already proven that they can compete with Kentucky by beating them by more than twenty points. Don't expect Florida to shy away when given the opportunity in March Madness.

3. Wichita State.

The Shockers will likely be placed in the same position in which they made their last final four run. If they are a eight or nine seed, Wichita will need to knock off one of the top seeds to continue. Greg Marshall is a fantastic coach and he will have his team extremely well prepared for each game.

Wichita won two games in March last season and I certainly wouldn't want to face them this year either. If this team does manage to win its first round game, the possibility of a Final Four is certainly in play.

4. Dayton.

Dayton may play in the Atlantic 10 conference, but that doesn't mean they can't compete on a national stage.

Just two years ago Dayton made the elite 8 before finally losing to Florida in a later round of the tournament. Now the Fliers rank first in the Atlantic 10 and will likely be placed in a position where they could easily make a deep run if they manage to string a couple of good wins together.