NCAA Bracket Predictions 2014

Predicting the outcome of games in the 2014 NCAA Tournament.

NCAA bracket predictions by an NBA fan

An NBA fan watches March Madness to try to figure out which prospects will be tomorrow's NBA stars. These picks reflect that bias.

NCAA bracket prediction: Kansas arbitrary winners

The hardest choice you will ever have to make in life is when you fill out each year's March Madness bracket. I'm here to make your life easier by reducing your bracket to a series of arbitrary tiebreakers.

Championship in the Cards?

Despite this being one of the more unpredictable NCAA Tournaments in recent memory, SB Nation college basketball editor Mike Rutherford likes No. 1 overall seed Louisville to cut down the nets when all is said and done.

NCAA bracket prediction: Favoritism in each region

Who to root for in a wide open NCAA Tournament field? The bracket is filled with compelling players, teams and storylines to cheer on.

NCAA Tournament '13: Check out our mascot bracket


There's no better way to pick your March Madness bracket than with mascots. Throw your preconceptions out the window!

NCAA bracket prediction: Hoosiers seriously champs

In a final between two of the top NCAA powers of all time, SB Nation's Matt Conner picks the Indiana Hoosiers over the Duke Blue Devils in the final game.

Go ahead and copy Nate Silver's bracket

The expert of all predictions, Nate Silver of the New York Times, fills out his bracket.

The final bracket projection of 2013

The moment of truth has almost arrived. Here's our bracketologist's last attempt at projecting the NCAA Tournament field of 68.

Last-minute NCAA Bracket Predictions: Is Cal in?


Cal lost consecutive games to Stanford and Utah. Should the Bears be worried about missing the tournament? The consensus says "no."

NCAA Tournament Bubble Watch, 3/11

A look at which teams hurt and helped themselves over the weekend.

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