March Madness 2019

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The 2019 NCAA Tournament field is set, with 68 teams beginning their national championship quest this week. March Madness 2019 begins with the First Four games in Dayton on Tuesday and Wednesday, where Belmont will look to shock the college basketball world after its unlikely at-large bid. There’s plenty at stake too, as a First Four team has made the Round of 32 every year since the format started in 2011. Then, the rest of March Madness tips off on Thursday with 7-seed Louisville taking on 10-seed Minnesota at 12:15 p.m. ET in Des Moines, where Gophers coach Richard Pitino will have a chance to exact revenge on Louisville, his father’s former team. That’s one of the potential 2019 March Madness upset picks you could select as you fill out your 2019 NCAA Tournament brackets. With so many storylines in play, you should see the March Madness picks from the proven computer model at SportsLine before setting your 2019 NCAA Tournament brackets.

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Last year, SportsLine’s computer simulation nailed some massive upsets, including huge wins by No. 13 seed Buffalo over No. 4 seed Arizona, No. 11 seed Loyola-Chicago over No. 6 seed Miami, and No. 10 seed Butler over No. 7 seed Arkansas.

This model, which simulates every game 10,000 times, has nailed 12 of the 18 first-round upsets by double-digit seeds the past three years. Getting those picks right could literally make or break your March Madness bracket.

Now, SportsLine’s advanced computer model has simulated the entire NCAA Tournament 10,000 times to come up with the perfect 2019 NCAA Tournament bracket, and find out which teams will pull off the biggest upsets. You shouldn’t even think about making a pick without seeing what their model has to say.

What they found: No. 8 seed VCU falls to No. 9 seed UCF in the first round. The Knights take this matchup outright in over 60 percent of simulations, making it one of the computer’s highly confident 2019 March Madness picks.

UCF is coming off an impressive 23-8 season where it went 13-5 in the AAC. The Knights made their biggest statement in early March with wins over 3-seed Houston on the road and 7-seed Cincinnati at home in back-to-back games. They’ve faced NCAA Tournament-level talent all season long.

Central Florida has sensational size on the inside with massive 7-foot-6 center Tacko Fall and 6-foot-11 Collin Smith at forward. With those two pounding the offensive glass, B.J. Taylor and Aubrey Dawkins can let if fly from the outside, where Taylor shoots 36.8 percent from three-point range, while Dawkins is at 39.2.

Look for UCF’s size to have a major impact defensively too. VCU shoots just 30.7 percent from the three-point line and relies on its ability to get to the rim and score. With Fall averaging 2.5 blocks per game and avoiding foul trouble for most of the season, it could be tough for the Rams to score in the paint, which is why the model gives UCF the victory in 62 percent of simulations.

Another huge curveball: No. 3 seed LSU falls loses in the first round to No. 14 Yale. The Tigers are dealing with significant distractions surrounding their program with LSU head coach Will Wade suspended. Along with a matchup against a hungry Florida program, Wade’s absence led to the SEC regular-season champions being bounced in their first game of the conference tournament.

Yale won’t be a cakewalk for LSU. The Bulldogs just put a staggering 97 points on arch-rivals Harvard in the Ivy League Tournament title game. It was revenge for two regular-season losses that led to Harvard stealing the league from Yale even though the Bulldogs had been the better team throughout the season. Yale has wins over Cal and Miami under its belt and won’t be intimidated by LSU.

Look for Miye Oni and Alex Copeland to attack LSU relentlessly as big guards who can handle the basketball, shoot effectively, and finish around the rim. Florida’s Andrew Nembhard is a similar guard and had 20 points, six assists and four rebounds against LSU in the SEC Tournament. That’s a big reason why the model is picking the Bulldogs to pull off one of the top 2019 March Madness upsets.

SportsLine’s model also has one region where you need to pick the Nos. 11, 12 and 13 seeds, and another region with a No. 3 seed in the Final Four. Nailing those picks could literally make or break your bracket.

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March Madness is now in full swing as the 2019 NCAA Tournament bracket has finally been revealed. The 68-team field was just released during the Selection Sunday show, ending months of speculation on which schools will be participating in this year’s Big Dance. Here’s a look at the printable bracket for the upcoming NCAA Tournament, which officially begins on Tuesday with the initial pair of First Four games:

The selection committee had its work cut out in picking the four teams that would earn a No. 1 seed in the 2019 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. There were a number of worthwhile programs that all had a legitimate argument as to why they deserved a top seed, but ultimately Duke, Virginia, North Carolina and Gonzaga made the most compelling cases and were rewarded with the easiest paths to the Final Four. The ACC was absolutely loaded with talent this year and it’s hardly a shock to see that the conference was rewarded with 75% of the top pods on the bracket. Michigan State, Tennessee, Michigan and Kentucky earned the No. 2 seeds this year.

The Blue Devils secured not only the top overall seed in the East region, but also the entire field after running the table in the ACC Tournament. Duke has been and will likely remain the odds-on favorite to cut down the nets in Minneapolis this year, especially if star player Zion Williamson remains healthy. The freshman phenom recently returned to the court after a six-game absence and absolutely dominated during Duke’s title run. He’s the leading candidate to win the 2019 NCAA Tournament’s Most Outstanding Player award, adding another piece of hardware to his collection before he likely becomes the top overall pick in the upcoming NBA Draft. Williamson and the rest of Coach K’s squad begins its journey to the Final Four against the winner of a play-in game between No. 16 seeds NC Central and North Dakota State.

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Virginia nabbed the No. 1 seed in the South region after yet another fantastic regular season. The Cavaliers will now seek to avenge their embarrassing loss to UMBC last year, when the Wahoos infamously became the only No. 1 seed to fall to a No. 16 seed in the first round of the Big Dance. Virginia is coming off a defeat in the ACC Tournament semifinals to Florida State, but a share of the conference regular season title and second-best ranking in the country going into the postseason was more than enough to convince the committee that the school deserved a lofty seeding in the 2019 NCAA Tournament.

UNC was not able to complete a three-game sweep of the Blue Devils, but two wins against them—albeit both without Zion Williamson on the floor—and a share of the ACC regular season title with UVA helped offset a loss in the ACC Tournament semifinals to archrival Duke. The Tar Heels should happy with earning the No. 1 spot in the Midwest, as all three of head coach Roy Williams previous championship winning squads began March Madness as a top seed.

InsideCarolina noted that the Tar Heels have set a record for most times earning a No. 1 seed and have earned a top spot in half of all NCAA Tournaments since 2003”

Gonzaga went into the WCC tournament as the country’s top-ranked team in the polls and boasted the nation’s best record. The Bulldogs still had to sweat out the selection committee’s decision, however, after falling in the conference championship game against St. Mary’s. Ultimately no other team was able to do enough during champ week to usurp Gonzaga as the No. 1 seed in the West region and the program will seek to claim its first ever NCAA Tournament title in its 21st consecutive appearance in the Big Dance.

This year’s potential field was also rife with talented, albeit inconsistent teams that had to sweat out the committee’s decision on the bubble. The last four squads to receive an at-large March Madness were Temple, Belmont, Arizona State and St. John’s. The Owls and Bruins will take the court in Dayton for the right to claim the No. 11 seed in the East region and meet No. 6 Maryland in the Round of 64, while the Sun Devils and Red Storm square to determine which will get the No, 11 seed in the West region to face No. 6 Buffalo.

Now that you’ve seen the official March Madness bracket and have an idea of the contenders in the field, here’s everything else you’ll need to know for the event, including the full round-by-round TV viewing schedule, odds for a perfect bracket and more related to the 2019 NCAA Tournament.