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Full 2014 NCAA March Madness brackets revealed for field of 68

Don't get your bracket busted.
Don't get your bracket busted.
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After a week of conference tournaments, the 2014 NCAA March Madness tournament bracket was full revealed. Once the SEC tournament and others had come to completion on Sunday, March 16, 2014, the brackets were announced by ESPN and teams knew if they were included or left out of the tournament for the full field of 68 teams.

When all was said and done, the four number one seeds ended up being Wichita State, Florida, Virginia, and Arizona.

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The Florida Gators are the tournament's number one overall seed, and that is even with Wichita State being the lone remaining undefeated team at 34-0. Arizona held onto the number one spot a good bit early in the season. Virginia defeated Duke to win the ACC tournament.

Four first-round games will determine which four teams make it into the final field of 64. These eight teams include the University of Tennessee from the SEC and newcomers Cal-Poly.

These four first round games will take place on March 18 and March 19, 2014, and they will be hosted in the UD Arena in Dayton, Ohio.

Schedule:

  • First Round: March 18-19
  • Second-Third Rounds: March 20-23
  • South and West Regionals: March 27 and 29
  • East and Midwest Regionals: March 28 and 30
  • National Semifinals: April 5
  • Championship Game: April 7

Below is the full bracket and the schedule of games.

South:

  • 16 Albany vs. 16 Mt. St. Mary's
  • 1 Florida vs. Round One Winner
  • 8 Colorado vs. 9 Pittsburgh
  • 5 VCU vs. 12 SF Austin
  • 4 UCLA vs. 13 Tulas
  • 6 Ohio State vs. 11 Dayton
  • 3 Syracuse vs. 14 W. Michigan
  • 7 New Mexico vs. 10 Stanford
  • 2 Kansas vs. 15 E. Kentucky

East:

  • 1 Virginia vs. 16 Coastal Carolina
  • 8 Memphis vs. 9 George Washington
  • 5 Cincinnati vs. 12 Harvard
  • 4 Michigan State vs. 13 Delaware
  • 6 North Carolina vs. 11 Providence
  • 3 Iowa State vs. 14 NC Central
  • 7 UCONN vs. 10 Saint Joe's
  • 2 Villanova vs. 15 UW-Milwaukee

West:

  • 1 Arizona vs. 16 Weber St.
  • 8 Gonzaga vs. 9 Oklahoma St.
  • 5 Oklahoma vs. 12 No. Dakota St.
  • 4 San Diego St. vs. 13 New Mexico St.
  • 6 Baylor vs. 11 Nebraska
  • 3 Creighton vs. 14 UL-Lafayette
  • 7 Oregon vs. 10 BYU
  • 2 Wisconsin vs. 15 American

Midwest:

  • 11 Iowa vs. 11 Tennessee
  • 12 NC State vs. 12 Xavier
  • 16 Cal Poly vs. 16 Texas Southern
  • 1 Wichita State vs. Round One Winner (16 seeds)
  • 8 Kentucky vs. 9 Kansas State
  • 5 Saint Louis vs. Round One Winner (12 seeds)
  • 4 Louisville vs. 13 Manhattan
  • 6 UMASS vs. Round One Winner (11 seeds)
  • 3 Duke vs. 14 Mercer
  • 7 Texas vs. 10 Arizona St.
  • 2 Michigan vs. 15 Wofford

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