March Madness: The men’s and women’s NCAA Tournament seedings were revealed Sunday for selections

March Madness: The men’s and women’s NCAA Tournament seedings were revealed Sunday for selections

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Selection Sunday is here.

The final few conference championship games are in the books and the brackets are out.

The men’s NCAA tournament bracket was revealed Sunday, with UConn named the No. 1 overall seed playing out of the East Region. Houston is the No. 1 seed in the South Region and Purdue earned the No. 1 seed in the Midwest. North Carolina was named the No. 1 seed in the West, defeating the next expected contenders Iowa State and Arizona.

On the women’s side, South Carolina again claims the No. 1 seed in the tournament. This marks the Gamecocks’ fourth straight season as a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament.

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The Gamecocks were an easy pick for first place. They went a perfect 32-0 this season after posting their second consecutive undefeated regular season, then defeated LSU in a hotly contested title game to win the SEC Tournament. South Carolina, which won the national championship in 2022, reached the Final Four again last season – although the Gamecocks were knocked out by Iowa.

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Live79 updates

  • NCAA Men’s and Women’s Brackets

  • Selection Sunday winners and losers

  • UConn is the men’s betting favorite, but it’s close

  • South Carolina is a huge favorite to win it all

  • What the committee got right and wrong

    Yahoo’s Jeff Eisenberg breaks down the best and worst of the men’s group:

  • Men’s first round match tipping times posted

    Kickoff times and TV networks for all men’s first round matches:

  • Revealing NCAA Tournament Instant Judgments

    • The Iowa draw is just brutal. Hawkeyes in regional with UCLA, LSU, Kansas State, Princeton and Creighton. God.

    • Nice to see Colombia win an at-large bid. It’s not often you see an Ivy with two bids.

    • Gonzaga hosting after a bad loss to Portland in the WCC final is very generous of the committee.

  • The complete Portland 4 region

  • Texas is the last No. 1 in the women’s NCAA

  • Reaction + to their first NCAA tournament:

  • The complete Portland 3 region

  • USC is the top seed in the Portland Region 3

  • Potentially emotional 2nd round matchup here as LSU’s Haley Van Leet could face her old team

  • And the rest of the Albany 2 area

  • Iowa captures the 1 seed in the Albany 2 regional

  • South Carolina is the No. 1 overall seed in the women’s bracket

  • Minutes after the women’s selection show, here’s what you need to know:

  • We have about half an hour left until the opening of the women’s selection.

  • With the men’s bracket set, here are the point breakdowns for Round 1 games

    The NCAA Tournament attracts all sports bettors, from the serious bettors watching Big West games on Wednesday night to those who won’t be watching their first college basketball game of the season until noon ET on Thursday.

    Here are the starting lines for the first round games (four games will not be determined until the First Four are completed), with the spreads from BetMGM.

    Story by Frank Schwab:

    (Photo by Greg Fiume/Getty Images)

    Click on a photo for a story. (Photo by Greg Fiume/Getty Images)

  • Picture of a full male brace

    The top half of the bracket

    The top half of the bracket

    The bottom half of the bracket

    The bottom half of the bracket

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