March Madness NCAA Basketball Tickets
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About The March Madness
Its official name is the “NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship” but most people just call it “March Madness.” It’s the most popular sports tournament in the United States. For three weekends beginning in mid-March, the entire nation is fixated on college basketball.
Diehard hoops fans to causal round-ball admirers tune in to see if powerhouses like North Carolina, Duke, Kentucky, Kansas, and Indiana can make it all the way to the Final Four or if they will be upset by a Cinderella team from east central state or middle valley tech.
March Madness is a time to cheer for your alma mater and to root for the underdog.
One of the best parts about the tournament is filling out your bracket. It doesn’t matter if you know as much about college basketball as Jay Bilas or if you barely know the difference between a block and a charge you can still fill out a bracket and it can still win the office pool.
Those who don’t eat, drink, and breathe college hoops use a variety of approaches when filling theirs out and deciding which teams will reach the Sweet Sixteen, the Elite Eight, and the Final Four. Some go by school colors, others pick the team with the fiercest mascot, but most just go with the time-honored “eeny, meeny, miny, moe.”
It really doesn’t matter which method you use since the odds of picking all 63 winners of the tournament’s main 63 games is 9.2 quintillion to 1 or just slightly better odds than Harvard has of winning a National Championship.
In 2011, the March Madness field was increased from 65 teams to 68. The four lowest ranked automatic bids and the four lowest ranked at-large teams now battle to enter the 64-team bracket. This quartet of lead-in games has been dubbed the “First Four” (the number refers to the games not the teams).
Most brackets leave out the “First Four” and there’s still debate among fans on whether or not those games are actually part of the tournament (they are).
The selection of the at-large teams, as well as the ranking of all 68 teams, is conducted by the NCCA Selection Committee. Currently, every game of March Madness (including the “First Four”) are broadcasted on television.
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