The NCAA March Madness Tournament Starts Mid-March


The NCAA March Madness tournament, also known as the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament, is one of the biggest events in college sports. Each year, 68 college basketball teams from across the country compete in a single-elimination tournament to determine the national champion.

The tournament is a three-week extravaganza that starts in mid-March and ends in early April. It comprises four regions: East, West, South and Midwest, with each region consisting of 16 teams. The teams are seeded from one to 16, with the highest seeds being the best teams in the country. The tournament’s early rounds, known as the “First Four,” consist of eight teams playing in four games to determine which four teams will advance to the main tournament.

The NCAA March Madness tournament is not just a sporting event, but also a cultural phenomenon. Millions of people across the country fill out brackets, predicting which teams will win each game.  

The NCAA March Madness tournament is a celebration of college basketball and a testament to the talent and dedication of student athletes. Each year, it provides some of the most exciting moments in sports and is a must-watch for any sports fan.


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