Selection Sunday 2011: NCAA Tournament Field Set For Another Year Of March Madness

Here is your 2011 NCAA Tournament field. We'll have all sorts of links — including to a printable NCAA 2011 bracket, team capsule previews, and game previews — as Selection Sunday turns from prognostication via bracketology to predictions for filling out your bracket.

East Region

1 Ohio State vs. 16 UTSA/16 Alabama State
8 George Mason vs. 9 Villanova
5 West Virginia vs. 12 UAB/Clemson
4 Kentucky vs. 13 Princeton
6 Xavier vs. 11 Marquette
3 Syracuse vs. 14 Indiana State
7 Washington vs. 10 Georgia
2 North Carolina vs. 15 Long Island

West Region

1 Duke vs. 16 Hampton
8 Michigan vs. 9 Tennessee
5 Arizona vs. 12 Memphis
4 Texas vs. 13 Oakland
6 Cincinnati vs. 11 Missouri
3 Connecticut vs. 14 Bucknell
7 Temple vs. 10 Penn State
2 San Diego State vs. 15 Northern Colorado

Southwest Region

1 Kansas vs. 16 Boston
8 UNLV vs. 9 Illinois
5 Vanderbilt vs. 12 Richmond
4 Louisville vs. 13 Morehead State
6 Georgetown vs. 11 Southern Cal/Virginia Commonwealth
3 Purdue vs. 14 Saint Peter's
7 Texas A&M vs. 10 Florida State
2 Notre Dame vs. 15 Akron

Southeast Region

1 Pittsburgh vs. 16 UNC-Asheville/Arkansas-Little Rock
8 Butler vs. 9 Old Dominion
5 Kansas State vs. 12 Utah State
4 Wisconsin vs. 13 Belmont
6 St. John's vs. 11 Gonzaga
3 BYU vs. 14 Indiana State
7 UCLA vs. 10 Michigan State
2 Florida vs. 15 UC Santa Barbara

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