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NCAA Tournament 2014 printable bracket: Odds favor Florida, Kansas, Wichita St.

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The NCAA Tournament printable bracket for 2014 is set to go. Selection Sunday is here and after all the preseason tournaments, the grueling regular season and the dramatic conference tournaments that concluded today, the NCAA March Madness bracket match-ups for all 68 teams are finally ready to roll.

According to a SB Nation report on March 16, the No. 1 overall seeds are the Florida Gators, Arizona Wildcats, Wichita State and Virginia Cavaliers. One of the big surprises of the seeding match-ups is Louisville getting a No. 4 seed. The Cardinals are the defending champs and finished this year strong, yet they have drawn a No. 4 seed.

On the local scene, the Michigan Wolverines are the No. 2 seed in the Midwest Region and will face No. 15 Wofford who finished 20-12 on the season. Many experts believed that the Wolverines would have been a No. 1 seed if they had won the Big Ten Tournament. Either way, Michigan is poised to make another run at a national championship.

The Michigan State Spartans are the No. 4 seed in the East Region and will face Delaware in their first round match up this upcoming Thursday.

It's estimated that over 10 million college basketball fans will fill out a NCAA bracket of some sort whether it is from ESPN, CBS, Yahoo's Billion Dollar Challenge or just for fun at work or for bragging rights with friends.

You can click here for your own NCAA March Madness printable bracket.

Here are a look at the odds to win this year's March Madness Tournament.

  • Florida 11/2
  • Kansas 6/2
  • Arizona 15/2
  • Wichita State 8/1
  • Duke 10/1
  • Michigan State 10/1
  • Syracuse 16/1
  • Wisconsin 18/1
  • Louisville 18/1
  • Villanova 18/1
  • Michigan 20/1
  • Virginia 20/1
  • Creighton 28/1
  • Field (Any Other Team) 30/1
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