NCAA March Madness Brackets

Babe_Ruth

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NCAA tournament bracket

EAST (Charlotte, N.C.)
Raleigh, N.C.
Friday, March 21
No. 1 North Carolina (32-2)
No. 16 Opening-round game: Mount St. Mary's vs. Coppin State

No. 8 Indiana (25-7)
No. 9 Arkansas (22-11)

Denver
Thursday, March 20
No. 5 Notre Dame (24-7)
No. 12 George Mason (23-10)
No. 4 Washington State (24-8)
No. 13 Winthrop (22-11)
Birmingham, Ala.
Friday, March 21
No. 2 Tennessee (29-4)
No. 15 American (21-11)
No. 7 Butler (29-3)
No. 10 South Alabama (26-6)
No. 3 Louisville (24-8)
No. 14 Boise State (25-8)
No. 6 Oklahoma (22-11)
No. 11 Saint Joseph's (21-12)
MIDWEST (Detroit)
Omaha, Neb.
Thursday, March 20
No. 1 Kansas (31-3)
No. 16 Portland State (23-9)
No. 8 UNLV (26-7)
No. 9 Kent State (28-6)
Tampa, Fla.
Friday, March 21
No. 5 Clemson (24-9)
No. 12 Villanova (20-12)
No. 4 Vanderbilt (26-7)
No. 13 Siena (22-10)
Raleigh, N.C.
Friday, March 21
No. 2 Georgetown (27-5)
No. 15 UMBC (24-8)
No. 7 Gonzaga (25-7)
No. 10 Davidson (26-6)
Omaha, Neb.
Thursday, March 20
No. 3 Wisconsin (29-4)
No. 14 Cal State Fullerton (24-8)

No. 6 Southern California (21-11)
No. 11 Kansas State (20-11)
SOUTH (Houston)
Little Rock, Ark.
Friday, March 21
No. 1 Memphis (33-1)
No. 16 Texas Arlington (21-11)
No. 8 Mississippi State (22-10)
No. 9 Oregon (18-13)
Denver
Thursday, March 20
No. 5 Michigan State (25-8)
No. 12 Temple (21-12)
No. 4 Pitt (26-9)
No. 13 Oral Roberts (24-8)
Little Rock, Ark.
Friday, March 21
No. 2 Texas (28-6)
No. 15 Austin Peay (24-10)
No. 7 Miami (Fla.) (22-10)
No. 10 Saint Mary's (25-6)
Anaheim, Calif.
Thursday, March 20
No. 3 Stanford (26-7)
No. 14 Cornell (22-5)
WEST (Phoenix)
Anaheim, Calif.
Thursday, March 20
No. 1 UCLA (31-3)
No. 16 Mississippi Valley State (17-15)
No. 8 BYU (27-7)
No. 9 Texas A&M (24-10)
Tampa, Fla.
Friday, March 21
No. 5 Drake (28-4)
No. 12 Western Kentucky (27-6)

No. 4 Connecticut (24-8)
No. 13 San Diego (21-13)

Washington, D.C.
Thursday, March 20
No. 2 Duke (27-5)
No. 15 Belmont (25-8)

No. 7 West Virginia (24-10)
No. 10 Arizona (19-14)
Washington, D.C.
Thursday, March 20
No. 3 Xavier (27-6)
No. 14 Georgia (17-16)
No. 6 Purdue (24-8)
No. 11 Baylor (21-10)

Cant wait for this to get started
 

Babe_Ruth

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I agree with you, Beasley vs Mayo is going to be an awesome match up. I havent had the chance to see Mayo play this year, because here in Canada we don't get many College Games, but this will give me a chance to watch him, and I really excited to see those two freshman going at it.
 

Swiftstrike

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#4
I wish I had the time to follow this College Hoops season...

Since I started the job and will be working during most of the tournament I am going to miss out...

Kansas and Memphis are playing each other with Kansas winning.
 

Major

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There have been a ton of great games already. Georgetown, one of the favorites, was just upset by Davidson. Duke lost yesterday to West Virginia.

My Final Four picks are all still alive. North Carolina, Kansas, Texas, and UCLA.
 

Babe_Ruth

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It was a great weekend, I'm really liking Curry from Davidson, he's been tearing it up all season, and he stepped into another level up for the tournament, he's scored 70 points so far in the tournament, and right now he's been the best player. My top four teams are still there as well.
 

Major

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#7
Yeah, Curry has been ridiculous. I need him to stay hot when they play Wisconsin in the next round. His dad played in the NBA.
 

Babe_Ruth

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His dad Dell Curry had a great NBA great, and he was a sharp shooter as well, Stephon got his sweet stroke from his dad, thats for sure. I'm so excited to see the Sweet 16 it's going to be full of great games.
 

Babe_Ruth

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Yes personally I rather watch a NBA basketball game. You got to undestand one thing though when I say this. Unlike in the United States I only get maybe 30 regular NCAA games a year in Canada, that's not including the March Madness. But I get over 400 NBA games, so I watch more NBA games. But I rather watch a playoff game then a March Madness game.