2015 March Madness Bracket


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QBuy All West Regional Session Tickets

Despite losing to UCLA in the Pac 12 Tournament, the Arizona Wildcats were able to hold on to the #1 seed in the West for the 2014 NCAA Tournament. Wisconsin, Creighton, and San Diego State fill in the remaining top four seeds in the West and with Baylor, Gonzaga, Oklahoma State, and Oregon among the crowd as well, the competition in the West looks pretty stiff. North Dakota State drew some eyes after pulling off an upset in overtime over the Sooners but feel short to another OT victor, the #4 Aztecs. Despite taking down Creighton in the Sweet 16, Baylor's run was cut short by the Badgers who moved on to the Final Four after ending the #1 Wildcats season. The 2015 West Regional of the NCAA Tournament will take place on March 26 & 29 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.

QBuy All South Regional Session Tickets

The 2014 South portion of the NCAA Tournament bracket was overtaken by the #1 seed Florida Gators. After tearing through the competition all season long, the Gators will begin their journey to the Final Four surrounded by the nations top teams including #2 seed Kansas, #3 seed Syracuse, and #4 seed UCLA. #11 Dayton was able to deliver the first blow in the south after routing the #6 Buckeyes in "The Battle of Ohio" while #9 Pitt also found high seed favor against the #8 Buffaloes. Dayton continued to re-write the south bracket with upsets over Syracuse and Stanford but eventually fell short to the #1 Florida Gators in the Elite 8. The 2015 South Regional of the NCAA Tournament will be hosted by the newly named NRG Stadium (formerly Reliant Stadium) in Houston, Texas on March 27 & 29.

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Wichita State's undefeated run through the regular season was enough to land the Shockers the #1 seed in the Midwest but unfortunately not enough to surpass NCAA Tournament regulars, the Kentucky Wildcats. #14 Mercer made national headlines and joined VCU and Leigh with their 2nd round performance to send one of college basketball's most storied programs home early. With Duke out of the picture early for the third consecutive tournament, Tennessee took full advantage grabbing their Sweet 16 seat after a win over the Mercer Bears. The road got ten folds tougher for the Vol's from there as they hit a wall against the #2 seed Wolverines. After taking care of the defending champs in the Sweet 16 Kentucky moved past the Wolverines to take a spot amongst the Final Four. The 2015 Midwest Regional will take place at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio on March 26 & 28.

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The beast in the East for the 2014 NCAA Tournament resides in Virginia as the Cavaliers snag the #1 seed with their impressive finish as ACC Champions. Strolling in behind UVA is Villanova, Iowa State, and Michigan State, all of which registered in the Nations top ten during the regular season. #12 Harvard refused to let the seeding overshadow their talent as they send #5 Cincy packing proving that the competition in the bottom of the bracket is just as strong as the top. Though the Spartan's proved Harvard's theory wrong, UConn took a page from the Ivy League book and took down #2 Villanova leading to a win over Iowa State and Michigan State in the Sweet 16 and Elite 8. The Huskies would then travel to Texas and take down the #1 Florida Gators and the #8 Kentucky Wildcats to become the 2014 NCAA Tournament Champions. The 2015 East Regional will remain in the state of New York but head up-state to the Carrier Dome in Syracuse on March 27 and 29.

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