There’s a new wrinkle to the NCAA Tournament: The top four seeds play each other to determine who gets a first-round bye.
The best seeds have the right to move on to the second round, but if the first- or second-seeded teams win the conference championship, they have a chance to advance to the national semifinals.
The tournament is not over until March 10, which means teams will play each others best-of-five series in a double-elimination format.
The top seeds will face each other twice and the third seed will face a top-seeding team in the quarterfinals.
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NCAA basketball odds: Who will win the NCAA championship?
This weekend’s NCAA Tournament could be the most intriguing tournament in years, but the field is filled with players who could potentially be lottery picks.
Here we look at who might be in the running to make it to the Final Four.
NCAA women’s basketball: Who is ranked No. 1?
The NCAA tournament is expected to bring some intriguing teams to the stage, but many of the top teams in the world are still without an NCAA title.
Here, we break down who’s in the hunt for a national title.
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