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NCAA bracket 2022: Live results from Selection Sunday as full field is revealed

We’ll keep you updated as the bracket is announced.

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College basketball’s time in the spotlight is officially here. March means the announcement of the NCAA tournament, and this year’s men’s bracket features a loaded field with so many teams that can realistically believe they have what it takes to win it all.

We know this year’s tournament will have two No. 1 seeds from the Western part of the country for the first time in decades. Gonzaga has been ranked near the top of the polls all year, and will likely enter the field as the No. 1 overall seed. Arizona has been one of the country’s biggest surprise teams under first year head coach Tommy Lloyd. The Wildcats are fresh off a Pac-12 regular season and conference tournament title, and have plenty of momentum going into the big dance.

The other main contenders for the national championship are Kansas, Baylor, Duke, Kentucky, and Villanova. While there’s an elite crop of teams at the top of the bracket, it really feels like we could get a Cinderella making a deep run this year.

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We’re going to keep you updated on the bracket as it’s announced. The Selection Sunday show begins at 6 p.m. ET on CBS.

West Region

  1. Gonzaga
  2. Duke
  3. Texas Tech
  4. Arkansas
  5. UConn
  6. Alabama
  7. Michigan State
  8. Boise State
  9. Memphis
  10. Davidson
  11. Rutgers/Notre Dame
  12. New Mexico State
  13. Vermont
  14. Montana State
  15. Cal State Fullerton
  16. Georgia State

South Region

  1. Arizona
  2. Villanova
  3. Tennessee
  4. Illinois
  5. Houston
  6. Colorado State
  7. Ohio State
  8. Seton Hall
  9. TCU
  10. Loyola Chicago
  11. Michigan
  12. UAB
  13. Chattanooga
  14. Longwood
  15. Delaware
  16. Wright State/Bryant

Midwest Region

  1. Kansas
  2. Auburn
  3. Wisconsin
  4. Providence
  5. Iowa
  6. LSU
  7. USC
  8. San Diego State
  9. Creighton
  10. Miami
  11. Iowa State
  12. Richmond
  13. South Dakota State
  14. Colgate
  15. Jacksonville State
  16. Texas Southern/Texas A&M CC

East Region

  1. Baylor
  2. Kentucky
  3. Purdue
  4. UCLA
  5. Saint Mary’s
  6. Texas
  7. Murray State
  8. North Carolina
  9. Marquette
  10. San Francisco
  11. Virginia Tech
  12. Wyoming/Indiana
  13. Akron
  14. Yale
  15. Saint Peter’s
  16. Norfolk State

First Four Out

This is significant to talk about, because it’s not just being bounced out of the bubble. The following teams are “replacement teams,” meaning they could still be called on to join the NCAA Tournament in the event of a Covid outbreak that would push out a selected team. That’s an unlikely scenario, but the possibility still exists.

  1. Dayton
  2. Oklahoma
  3. SMU
  4. Texas A&M