March Madness is officially upon us!
With the conclusion of Selection Sunday, we now know the field of 68 programs that will compete for the National Championship.
Gonzaga, Arizona, Kansas & Baylor were able to secure the four No. 1 seeds, but will have a difficult road as they face the No. 2s and 3s, many of whom had arguments of their own for the top spots. Here is a link to the NCAA's printable bracket.
Below are the schedules & locations (mobile users scroll right):
|First Four||March 15 & 16||Dayton, OH||UD Arena|
|First/Second||March 17 & 19||Buffalo, NY||KeyBank Center|
|First/Second||March 17 & 19||Indianapolis, IN
|First/Second||March 17 & 19||Fort Worth, TX||Dickies Arena|
|First/Second||March 17 & 19||Portland, OR||Moda Center|
|First/Second||March 18 & 20||Greenville, SC||Bon Secours Wellness Arena|
|First/Second||March 18 & 20||Milwaukee, WI
|First/Second||March 18 & 20||Pittsburgh, PA
||PPG Paints Arena|
|First/Second||March 18 & 20||San Diego, CA||Viejas Arena|
|Sweet 16/Elite Eight||March 24 & 26||San Antonio, TX||AT&T Center|
|Sweet 16/Elite Eight||March 24 & 26||San Francisco, CA||Chase Center|
|Sweet 16/Elite Eight||March 25 & 27||Chicago, IL||United Center|
|Sweet 16/Elite Eight||March 25 & 27||Philadelphia, PA
||Wells Fargo Center|
|Final Four||April 2 & 4||New
We will be providing coverage and recaps along the way, & invite you to fill out a bracket of your own here.
This is March!