2017 March Madness Bracket


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QBuy All West Regional Session Tickets

The west portion of the 2016 NCAA Tournament bracket gets underway with 1st & 2nd round games in Spokane, Oklahoma City, and Providence before wrapping up in Anaheim at the Honda Center on March 24 & 26. Highlighted by Oregon, Oklahoma, Baylor, and Duke the west has some strong talent. That talent needs to remain strong as the winner out west is likely to run into the midwest favorites, Virginia.

QBuy All South Regional Session Tickets

The 2017 NCAA Tournament gets started in the south with 1st & 2nd round games in Des Moines, Providence, Brooklyn, and Spokane. Compiled of some familiar names surrounding March madness as Kansas, Villanova, Arizona, and UConn all find their way back into the NCAA Tournament this year. With additional talent in the South from Maryland, Iowa, and California the road to Louisville has never been more competitive.

QBuy All MidWest Regional Session Tickets

In the 2017 Midwest portion of the NCAA Tournament, Virginia has taken the spotlight as they attempt to cap of a strong season with the NCAA Tournament title. As the 1st & 2nd rounds of the Midwest get started in Raleigh, Denver, and St. Louis, potential candidates to end Virginia's run reside with Texas Tech, Purdue, and Iowa State. Once the Midwest arrives in Chicago, Illinois on March 25 & 27 for the regionals, Virginia's competition will likely to be coming from Michigan State, Utah, or Seton Hall.

QBuy All East Regional Session Tickets

Back at the top of the 2017 NCAA Tournaments East bracket is North Carolina and Xavier, with the Tar Heels taking over the #1 seed this year. West Virginia found early success this season and will look to continue producing wins against a field that includes Indiana, Kentucky, Wisconsin, and Notre Dame. The 1st & 2nd rounds of the East will take place in Raleigh, Brooklyn, St. Louis, and Des Moines before moving on to the regionals in Philadelphia, PA. on March 25 & 27.

Check out some history on March Madness at our NCAA Tournament Statistics page.