Selection Sunday Live Tracker: Follow Results Of 2021 Bracket Selection

Here we go!


After a one-year hiatus, the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament has returned.

Sixty-eight teams will claim a spot in the 2021 “March Madness” Tournament with 31 earning automatic bids. The COVID-19 pandemic will mandate that all 67 games will be played in the Indianapolis area, despite the tournament being divided into the usual four regions.

Here is a look at where each team is ranked, as they were announced on CBS Sports:

East Region
1. Michigan
2. Alabama
3. Texas
4. Florida State
5. Colorado
6. BYU
7. University of Connecticut
8. LSU
9. St. Bonaventure
10. Maryland
11. Michigan State/UCLA
12. Georgetown
13. UNC Greensboro
14. Abilene Christian
15. Iona
16. Mount St. Mary’s/Texas Southern

West Region
1. Gonzaga
2. Iowa
3. Kansas
4. Virginia
5. Creighton
6. USC
7. Oregon
8. Oklahoma
9. Missouri
10. VCU
11. Wichita State/Drake
12. UC Santa Barbara
13. Ohio
14. Eastern Washington
15. Grand Canyon
16. Norfolk State/Appalachian State

South Region
1. Baylor
2. Ohio State
3. Arkansas
4. Purdue
5. Villanova
6. Texas Tech
7. Florida
8. North Carolina
9. Wisconsin
10. Virginia Tech
11. Utah State
12. Winthrop
13. North Texas
14. Colgate
15. Oral Roberts
16. Hartford

Midwest Region
1. Illinois
2. Houston
3. West Virginia
4. Oklahoma State
5. Tennessee
6. San Diego State
7. Clemson
8. Loyola Chicago
9. Georgia Tech
10. Rutgers
11. Syracuse
12. Oregon State
13. Liberty
14. Morehead State
15. Cleveland State
16. Drexel

You can find a full NCAA Tournament bracket here. There were a number of teams who could have made the case they were snubbed, too.

Thumbnail photo via Mar 9, 2021; Greensboro, North Carolina, USA; Notre Dame Fighting Irish players celebrate as the defeat the Wake Forest Demon Deacons 80-77 on a buzzer-beater in the first round of the 2021 ACC men's basketball tournament at Greensboro Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Nell Redmond-USA TODAY Sports
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