With the Ohio State Buckeyes pulling out a win over the Wisconsin Badgers for the Big Ten Conference Tournament Championship, the games have all been played and now it’s time to learn which 68 teams are headed to the Big Dance.
Potential No. 1 seeds include Indiana, Kansas and Louisville — will the Gonzaga Bulldogs find themselves with a top seed, or will their softer strength of schedule drop them to a 2, letting perhaps the Miami Hurricanes, fresh off a conference tourney win, step into the No. 1 spot?
What about the bubble teams? Do Iowa, Kentucky or Maryland have a chance to see their names on Selection Sunday? All the action can be seen live at the NCAA website starting Sunday, March 17 at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT, if you can’t watch live on CBS. Also check out this year’s iTunes app, which looks to be pretty solid.
Find the full March Madness TV schedule here.