The goal of this article is to provide you with some simple template options to help you create a tournament list for your NCAA Tournament games.
The template options provided below can help you build a list of games to be played on the following day.
You can also create a custom tournament bracket by entering your desired bracket parameters, including the number of teams, a starting field and bracket size.
Once you have created a template for your tournament, you can then enter the desired field location to be used as a field for your match-ups and the brackets will be updated when the teams are ready.
To create a template that matches your schedule and matchups, follow these steps:First, you need to create a new template.
To do this, follow the steps below:Once you’ve created a new tournament template, you’ll need to edit the field and brackets to match the schedule and matchup of your tournament.
This template will be used to create the match-up brackets for your game on the date you choose.
For example, if your tournament is on Saturday, February 27, 2019, the tournament brackets will contain a field that starts with “MONDAY” and includes your team’s record as a result of the game, as well as the number and bracket of teams in the tournament.
The brackets will also contain the same field and schedule as the game itself, with the exception that you’ll only be able to enter your field location if your bracket has been updated in the past 24 hours.
The bracket template for this NCAA Tournament game will look like this:The brackets will include field values that match the number, bracket size and start location of your game.
If the field is not correct, you may receive a warning message indicating that you’re missing your field.
If your bracket is not updated in 24 hours, the field will not be updated and the bracket will be removed.
When you’ve finished editing your template, enter your starting field for the match up and your bracket for the game.
The fields are automatically added to your tournament bracket and added to the field of the match ups for your team.
Finally, enter the field you created for the field.
Your bracket is added and the field value of the field, field size and bracket is automatically updated.
Follow these steps to generate a custom match- up bracket:Step 1: The following are the fields you’ll be able create a bracket from for the NCAA Tournament.
Field Name: Name of the starting field value for your field, including its starting position.
Bowl Size: Width and height of the bowl for the starting bowl in the game and a maximum of 8 players.
Height of the bracket in the bowl.
Number of Teams: Number in the starting bracket.
Start Field Value: Position in the bracket for which the starting point will be located.
Bracket Field Value (if not updated): Branch number and field value.
NFC Type: Nfc type for the start field value, including whether it’s a normal, reverse, neutral, or reverse-clock start field.
For the NCAA Championship, the starting points will be placed in the reverse clock order, starting with the field in reverse clock first.
Step 2: Now that you’ve completed your custom bracket creation, you must update the field values.
Change the field to the following fields:Field Name Field Size Field Type Bold Start Field Value Basket Size Number (if applicable) of Teams Bucket Size Belt Size Center Field Value for a Team in Reverse Clock Order (if it is an NFI team) NFA Type for the Start Field value (if the starting position is not an NFA team)NFCType (if any) for the End Field valueIf the field should be modified to contain a team in the NFI order, the change must be made in the template.
To create the bracket template, follow all of the steps for the custom match up template above.
Then, enter any field values in the appropriate format, as shown below.
Field Name field values are applied to the starting fields of the team(s) listed in the fields.
The field values must be the same for both starting fields.
BowlSize field values apply to the width and height for the bowl(s).
The field size must be larger than the bowlSize field value if the field size is not a standard NFI field size.
The bowl size must also be the size of a normal bowl.
For more information about field size, see the following guidelines:For more examples of how you can modify your custom match ups, visit this template guide:Step 3: Once all of your field values have been applied to your brackets, it’s time to enter the fields into your tournament brackets.
After you’ve entered your