March Madness kicks off on Tuesday night, and you can get your hands on a bracket right here.
After an exciting week of conference championships across America, the NCAA Tournament is officially here. On Sunday night, the tournament selection committee unveiled the bracket for the 2013 NCAA Tournament, anointing Louisville as the #1 overall seed
The Pac-12 managed to get five teams into the bracket: Arizona, UCLA, Oregon, California and Colorado all managed to earn their way to March Madness. Oregon, despite winning the Pac-12 Tournament and ending the season with 26 wins, managed to only get a 12 seed, an indication that the Ducks were not a sure thing to make the tournament prior to beating UCLA last night.
Here's a quick breakdown of the bracket. Louisville, Kansas, Indiana and Gonzaga are the top four seeds. Get your official NCAA Tournament bracket right here!
First four participants, playing on Tuesday: North Carolina A&T vs. Liberty, Middle Tennesee State vs. Saint Mary's. On Thursday, Boise State plays La Salle and LIU Brooklyn takes on James Madison.
1 seeds: Louisville, Kansas, Indiana, Gonzaga
2 seeds: Duke, Georgetown, Miami (FL), Ohio State
3 seeds: Michigan State, Florida, Marquette, New Mexico
4 seeds: Saint Louis, Michigan, Syracuse, Kansas State
5 seeds: Oklahoma State, VCU, UNLV, Wisconsin
6 seeds: Memphis, UCLA, Butler, Arizona
7 seeds: Creighton, San Diego State, Illinois, Notre Dame
8 seeds: Colorado State, North Carolina, NC State, Pittsburgh
9 seeds: Missouri, Villanova, Temple, Wichita State
10 seeds: Cincinnati, Oklahoma, Colorado, Iowa State
11 seeds: Middle Tennessee State/Saint Mary's, Minnesota, Bucknell, Belmont
12 seeds: Oregon, Akron, California, Ole Miss
13 seeds: New Mexico State, South Dakota State, Montana, Boise State/La Salle
14 seeds: Valparaiso, Northwestern State, Davidson, Harvard
15 seeds: Albany, Florida Gulf Coast, Pacific, Iona
16 seeds: North Carolina A&T/Liberty, Western Kentucky, LIU Brooklyn/James Madison, Southern
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