The NCAA tournament bracket has finally been determined and is now live. Now come the questions.
The tournament — better known as March Madness — is the 68-team match up that starts with first-round games Tuesday. This is the first step en route to the Final Four, which begins March 31 in New Orleans.
Will one of the No. 1 seeds — Michigan State, Kentucky, Syracuse or North Carolina — take the crown or will a No. 2 seed or higher cause an upset?
While No. 2 seeds Kansas, Duke, Missouri and Ohio State wonder whether they could’ve been rated higher, teams such as Drexel, Seton Hall, Mississippi State and Pac-12 regular-season champion Washington think about what might have been, writes the Associated Press. Those bubble teams were left out, and all will be wondering how Iona, California and South Florida made it.
Over the next 24 hours, basketball fans across the country will fill out their brackets in hopes of winning bragging rights and perhaps their office pool.
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The Associated Press contributed to this article.
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