The 2013 NCAA tournament begins Tuesday night in Dayton, Ohio. Between now and the national championship game in Atlanta on April 8, the nation's best college basketball teams will duel to decide which school deserves the title
March Madness begins on Tuesday, with the four play-in games, then starts for real on Thursday. But on Sunday, we finally got a look at the brackets for the first time—and a few teams are feeling left out, forgotten or just plain insulted.
Big East champ Louisville was named the top-overall seed in the 2013 NCAA tournament's 68-team field announced on Sunday evening. Kansas, Indiana and Gonzaga joined the Cardinals as No. 1 regional seeds
Miami, Saint Louis, Mississippi and Ohio State each won their respective conference tournaments on Sunday. The four teams received automatic bids into next week's NCAA tournament as a result of the victories
Fourth-ranked Louisville won the Big East tournament title with a second-half comeback on No. 19 Syracuse, 78-61, while No. 7 Kansas defeated in-state rival No. 11 Kansas State, 70-54. Both teams were among 13 schools to claim automatic bids to the 2013 NCAA tournament
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