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NCAA championship schedule, scores, results: NCAA Tournament, TV tip times, March Madness bracket, live stream

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The NCAA Tournament is over. After 67 games, plenty of highs and lows, we have our national champions. Virginia outlasted Texas Tech in overtime to claim its first ever in school history one year removed from one of the biggest upsets of all time. Now, they can confidently say they have exorcised the demons and claim a national championship.

Below is every result of those 67 games along with the location of the games. Be sure to take a look at just how every game went down and get quick recaps of every game from the Sweet 16 on. Thank you for staying with us for coverage throughout this year's tournament.

NCAA Tournament results

Tuesday, March 19 -- First Four

(16) Fairleigh Dickinson 82, (16) Prairie View A&M 76

Dayton I

(11) Belmont 80, (11) Temple 71 Dayton II

Wednesday, March 20 -- First Four

(16) North Dakota State 78, (16) NC Central 74

Dayton I

(11) St. John's 74, (11) Arizona State 65

Dayton II

Thursday, March 21 -- First round

(10) Minnesota 86, (7) Louisville 76

Des Moines

(3) LSU 79, (14) Yale 74

Jacksonville I

(5) Auburn 78, (12) New Mexico State 77

Salt Lake City I

(4) Florida State 76, (13) Vermont 69

Hartford I

(2) Michigan State 76, (15) Bradley 65

Des Moines II

(6) Maryland 79, Belmont 77

Jacksonville II

(4) Kansas  87, (13) Northeastern 53 

Salt Lake City II

(12) Murray State 83, (5) Marquette 64

Hartford II

(10) Florida 70, (7) Nevada 61

Des Moines III

(2) Kentucky 79, (15) Abilene Christian 44

Jacksonville III

(6) Villanova 61, (11) Saint Mary's 57

Hartford III

(1) Gonzaga 87, (16) Fairleigh Dickinson 49

Salt Lake City III

(2) Michigan 74, (15) Montana 55 

Des Moines IV

(7) Wofford 84, (10) Seton Hall 68 

Jacksonville IV

(3) Purdue 61, (13) Seton Hall 48 

Hartford IV

(9) Baylor 78, (8) Syracuse 69 

Salt Lake City IV

Friday, March 22 -- First round

(10) Iowa 79,  (7) Cincinnati 72

Columbus I

(9) Oklahoma 95, (8) Mississippi 72

Columbia I

(3) Texas Tech 72, (14) Northern Kentucky 57

Tulsa I

(13) UC Irvine 70, (4) Kansas State 64

San Jose I

(2) Tennessee 77, (15) Colgate 70

Columbus II

(1) Virginia 71, (16) Gardner-Webb 56

Columbia II

(6) Buffalo 91, (11) Arizona State 74

Tulsa II

(12) Oregon 72, (5) Wisconsin 54

San Jose II

(9) Washington 78, (8) Utah State 61

Columbus III

(1) Duke 85, (16) North Dakota State 62

Columbia III

(3) Houston 84, (14) Georgia State 55 

Tulsa III

(12) Liberty 80, (5) Mississippi State 76

San Jose III

(1) North Carolina 88, (16) Iona 73

Columbus IV

(9) UCF 73, (8) VCU 58

Columbia IV

(11) Ohio State 62, (6) Iowa State 59

Tulsa IV

(4) Virginia Tech 66, (13) Saint Louis 52

San Jose IV

Saturday, March 23 -- Second round

(3) LSU 69, (6) Maryland 67

Jacksonville I

(2) Kentucky 62, (7) Wofford 56

Jacksonville II

(2) Michigan 64, (10) Florida 49

Des Moines I

(4) Florida State 90, (12) Murray State 62

Hartford I

(1) Gonzaga 83, (9) Baylor 71

Salt Lake City I

(2) Michigan State 70, (10) Minnesota 50

Des Moines II

(3) Purdue 87, (6) Villanova 61

Hartford II

(5) Auburn 89, (4) Kansas 75

Salt Lake City II

Sunday, March 24 -- Second round

(2) Tennessee 83, (10) Iowa 77 (OT)

Columbus I

(1) North Carolina  81, (9) Washington 59 

Columbus II

(1) Duke 77, (9) UCF 76 

Columbia I

(3) Texas Tech 78, (6) Buffalo 58

Tulsa I

(4) Virginia Tech 67, (12) Liberty 58

San Jose I

(1) Virginia 63, (9) Oklahoma 51

Columbia II

(3) Houston 74, (11) Ohio State 59 

Tulsa II

(12) Oregon 73, (13) UC Irvine 54 

San Jose II

Thursday, March 28 -- Sweet 16

p.m.

(1) Gonzaga 72, (4) Florida St. 58

Recap

Anaheim

p.m.

(3) Purdue 99, (2) Tennessee 94                         

Recap

Louisville

p.m.

(3) Texas Tech 63, (2) Michigan 44

Recap

Anaheim

p.m..

(1) Virginia 53, (12) Oregon 49

Recap

Louisville

Friday, March 29 -- Sweet 16

p.m.

(2) Michigan St. 80, (3) LSU 63

Recap

Washington, D.C.

p.m.

(5) Auburn 97, (1) North Carolina 80

Recap

Kansas City

p.m.

(1) Duke 75, (4) Virginia Tech 73

Recap

Washington, D.C.

p.m.

(2) Kentucky 62, (3) Houston 58

Recap

Kansas City

Saturday, March 30 -- Elite Eight

p.m.

(3) Texas Tech 75, (1) Gonzaga 69

Recap

Anaheim

p.m.

(1) Virginia 80, (3) Purdue 75

Recap

Louisville

Sunday, March 31 -- Elite Eight

p.m. 

(5) Auburn 77, (2) Kentucky 71

Recap

Kansas City

p.m. 

(2) Michigan State 68, (1) Duke 67

Recap

Washington D.C.

Saturday, April 6 -- Final Four

p.m.

(1) Virginia 63, (5) Auburn 62

Recap

Minneapolis

p.m.

(3) Texas Tech 61, (2) Michigan State 51

Recap

Minneapolis

Monday, April 8 -- National Championship

p.m.

(1) Virginia 85, (3) Texas Tech 77

Recap

Minneapolis

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NCAA tournament: Bracket, scores, stats, records

The NCAA tournament was the ninth year that college basketball's postseason consisted of 68 teams. Eight teams played the First Four in Dayton before the team bracket was finalized.

In , Virginia won its first national championship in program history. The Cavaliers returned to the Final Four for the first time since — a year before the NCAA adopted the team field. The win also serves as a reversal from the year prior, when UVA became the first No. 1 seed to lose in the Round of  

Virginia became the third straight No. 1 seed to cut down the nets, joining Villanova () and North Carolina (). Unlike the other two, they were the lone No. 1 seed at the Final Four, joined by No. 2 seed Michigan State, No. 3 seed Texas Tech and No. 5 seed Auburn. 

 NCAA tournament: Bracket

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 NCAA tournament: Scores

  • First Four
    • East: No. 16 North Dakota State 78, No. 16 N.C. Central 74
    • East: No. 11 Belmont 81, No. 11 Temple 70
    • West: No. 16 Fairleigh Dickinson 82, No. 16 Prairie View A&M 76
    • West: No. 11 Arizona State 74, No. 11 St. John's 65
  • First Round (Round of 64)
    • East Regional
      • No. 1 Duke 85, No. 16 North Dakota State 62
      • No. 2 Michigan State 76, No. 15 Bradley 65
      • No. 3 LSU 79, No. 14 Yale 74
      • No. 4 Virginia Tech 66, No. 13 Saint Louis 52
      • No. 12 Liberty 80, No. 5 Mississippi State 76
      • No. 6 Maryland 79, No. 11 Belmont 77
      • No. 10 Minnesota 86, No. 7 Louisville 76
      • No. 9 UCF 73, No. 8 VCU 58
    • West Regional
      • No. 1 Gonzaga 87, No. 16 Fairleigh Dickinson 49
      • No. 2 Michigan 74, No. 15 Montana 55
      • No. 3 Texas Tech 72, No. 14 Northern Kentucky 57
      • No. 4 Florida State 76, No. 13 Vermont 69
      • No. 12 Murray State 83, No. 5 Marquette 64 | Watch full game
      • No. 6 Buffalo 91, No. 11 Arizona State 74
      • No. 10 Florida 70, No. 7 Nevada 61
      • No. 9 Baylor 78, No. 8 Syracuse 69
    • South Regional
      • No. 1 Virginia 71, No. 16 Gardner-Webb 56
      • No. 2 Tennessee 77, No. 15 Colgate 70
      • No. 3 Purdue 61, No. 14 Old Dominion 48
      • No. 13 UC Irvine 70, No. 4 Kansas State 64
      • No. 12 Oregon 72, No. 5 Wisconsin 54
      • No. 6 Villanova 61, No. 11 Saint Mary's 57
      • No. 10 Iowa 79, No. 7 Temple 72
      • No. 9 Oklahoma 95, No. 8 Ole Miss 72
    • Midwest Regional
      • No. 1 North Carolina 88, No. 16 Iona 73
      • No. 2 Kentucky 79, No. 15 Abilene Christian 44
      • No. 3 Houston 84, No. 14 Georgia State 55
      • No. 4 Kansas 87, No. 13 Northeastern 53
      • No. 5 Auburn 78, No. 12 New Mexico State 77 | Watch full game
      • No. 11 Ohio State 62, No. 6 Iowa State 59
      • No. 7 Wofford 84, No. 10 Seton Hall 68
      • No. 9 Washington 78, No. 8 Utah State 61
  • Second Round (Round of 32)
    • East Regional
      • No. 1 Duke 77, No. 9 UCF 76 | Watch full game
      • No. 2 Michigan State 70, No. 10 Minnesota 50
      • No. 3 LSU 69, No. 6 Maryland 67
      • No. 4 Virginia Tech 67, No. 12 Liberty 58
    • West Regional
      • No. 1 Gonzaga 83, No. 9 Baylor 71
      • No. 2 Michigan 64, No. 10 Florida 49
      • No. 3 Texas Tech 78, No. 6 Buffalo 58
      • No. 4 Florida State 90, No. 12 Murray State 62
    • South Regional
      • No. 1 Virginia 63, No. 9 Oklahoma 51
      • No. 2 Tennessee 83, No. 10 Iowa 77 (OT)
      • No. 3 Purdue 87, No. 6 Villanova 61
      • No. 12 Oregon 73, No. 13 UC Irvine 54
    • Midwest Regional
      • No. 1 North Carolina 81, No. 9 Washington 59
      • No. 2 Kentucky 62, No. 10 Wofford 56
      • No. 3 Houston 74, No. 11 Ohio State 59
      • No. 5 Auburn 89, No. 4 Kansas 75
  • Sweet 16
    • East Regional
      • No. 1 Duke 75, No. 4 Virginia Tech 73 |Watch full game
      • No. 2 Michigan State 80, No. 3 LSU 63
    • West Regional
      • No. 1 Gonzaga 72, No. 4 Florida State 58
      • No. 3 Texas Tech 63, No. 2 Michigan 44
    • South Regional
      • No. 1 Virginia 53, No. 12 Oregon 49
      • No. 3 Purdue 99, No. 2 Tennessee 94 (OT) | Watch full game
    • Midwest Regional
      • No. 5 Auburn 97, No. 1 North Carolina 80
      • No. 2 Kentucky 62, No. 3 Houston 58 | Watch full game
  • Elite Eight
  • Final Four (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
    • National semifinals
      • No. 1 Virginia 63, No. 5 Auburn 62 | Watch full game
      • No. 3 Texas Tech 61, No. 2 Michigan State 51
    • National championship

 NCAA tournament: Upsets

The following double-digit seeds won games (not counting the First Four):

TEAMSCOREOPPONENT
FIRST ROUND (Round of 64)
No. 13 UC IrvineNo. 4 Kansas State
No. 12 OregonNo. 5 Wisconsin
No. 12 LibertyNo. 5 Mississippi State
No. 12 Murray StateNo. 5 Marquette
No. 11 Ohio StateNo. 6 Iowa State
No. 10 FloridaNo. 7 Nevada
No. 10 IowaNo. 7 Cincinnati
No. 10 MinnesotaNo. 7 Louisville
SECOND ROUND (Round of 32)
No. 12 OregonNo. 13 UC Irvine

 NCAA tournament: Stats, records

Here are the tournament leaders, with games in parentheses:

Scoring offense

  1. Tennessee (3) —
  2. North Carolina (3) —
  3. Kansas (2) —
  4. Auburn (5) —
  5. Purdue (4) —

Scoring defense

  1. Oregon (3) —
  2. Michigan (3) —
  3. Houston (3) —
  4. Kentucky (4) —
  5. Texas Tech (6) —

Rebounding margin

  1. North Carolina (3) — +
  2. New Mexico State (1) — +
  3. Kansas (2) — +
  4. Kentucky (4) — +
  5. Gonzaga (4) — +

Individual scoring

  1. Carsen Edwards, Purdue (4) —
  2. Jordan Burns, Colgate (1) —
  3. Myles Powell, Seton Hall (1) and Quinndary Weatherspoon, Mississippi State (1) —  

Individual rebounding

  1. Raasean Davis, N.C. Central (1) —
  2. Bruno Fernando, Maryland (2) —  
  3. Dylan Windler, Belmont (2) —

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NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament

United States top collegiate-level basketball tournament for

The NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament was a single-elimination tournament of 68 teams to determine the men's National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division Icollege basketball national champion for the –19 season. The 81st annual edition of the tournament began on March 19, , and concluded with the championship game on April 8 at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota, between the Texas Tech Red Raiders and the Virginia Cavaliers, with Virginia winning 85–77 in overtime.[1][2]

Two schools made their first appearances in the tournament: Big South champion Gardner–Webb and Southland champion Abilene Christian.

For the first time since , no #8 seed survived the first round of the tournament. This was also the first time since the First Four was established in that no team in the First Four advanced past the first round of the tournament.

This tournament marked the first time that the Auburn Tigers of the Southeastern Conference and the Texas Tech Red Raiders of the Big 12 Conference made the Final Four. This also marked the third Final Four appearance for the Virginia Cavaliers of the Atlantic Coast Conference, but their first since

The tournament was the first since to see two first-time finalists, and the first since to have a first-time national champion.[3] As a result of a worldwide COVID pandemic that started in late and subsequently forced the cancellation of the tournament, this would be the last tournament held until

Carsen Edwards of Purdue was the leading scorer, with points in only 4 games–producing a stellar average of points per game. Edwards also set the record for most made 3-point shots in a tournament, with The previous record holder, Glen Rice of Michigan in , made 27, but did it in 6 games.

In the previous year's tournament, Virginia had infamously become the first No. 1 seed to lose to a No. 16 seed. At the conclusion of this year's title game, CBS announcer Jim Nantz dubbed Virginia's win the "all-time turnaround title."[4]

Tournament procedure[edit]

Further information: NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship §&#;Tournament format

A total of 68 teams entered the tournament. 32 automatic bids were awarded to each program that won their conference's tournament. The remaining 36 bids were "at-large", with selections extended by the NCAA Selection Committee.

Eight teams (the four lowest-seeded automatic qualifiers and the four lowest-seeded at-large teams) played in the First Four (the successor to what had been popularly known as "play-in games" through the tournament). The winners of these games advanced to the main draw of the tournament.

The Selection Committee seeded the entire field from 1 to

The selections and seedings were completed and revealed on Sunday, March

Schedule and venues[edit]

 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament is located in the United States
Dayton

Dayton

Hartford

Hartford

Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City

Des Moines

Des Moines

Jacksonville

Jacksonville

Tulsa

Tulsa

Columbus

Columbus

Columbia

Columbia

San Jose

San Jose

First Four (orange) and first and second rounds (green)
 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament is located in the United States
Louisville

Louisville

Anaheim

Anaheim

Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C.

Kansas City

Kansas City

Minneapolis

Minneapolis

Regionals (blue) and Final Four (red)

The following are the sites that were selected to host each round of the tournament:[5]

First Four

First and Second Rounds (Subregionals)

  • March 21 and 23
  • March 22 and 24

Regional Semifinals and Finals (Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight)

  • March 28 and 30
  • March 29 and 31

National Semifinals and Championship (Final Four and Championship)

U.S. Bank Stadium became the 40th venue to host the Final Four. This was the first hosting of the event at the facility, built on the former site of the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, a two-time host in and The tournament returned to Hartford's XL Center for the first time since For the first time since , the tournament returned to Columbia, South Carolina, with games played at the Colonial Life Arena.[7]

Qualification and selection[edit]

Further information: NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament: qualifying teams

Four teams, out of in Division I, were ineligible to participate in the tournament; Alabama A&M and Florida A&M failed to meet APR requirements, while California Baptist and North Alabama are amidst reclassification from Division II.[8][9][10]

Automatic qualifiers[edit]

Tournament seeds[edit]

The tournament seeds and regions were determined through the NCAA basketball tournament selection process.

*See First Four

Tournament bracket[edit]

* – Denotes overtime period

First Four – Dayton, OH[edit]

March 19 – East Region
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11 Belmont81
11 Temple70

East Regional – Washington, DC[edit]

East Regional Final[edit]

Capital One Arena – Washington, D.C.
Attendance: 20,
Referees: Doug Sirmons, Keith Kimble, John Gaffney

East Regional all tournament team[edit]

[11]

West Regional – Anaheim, CA[edit]

West Regional Final[edit]

Honda Center – Anaheim, California
Attendance: 15,
Referees: John Higgins, Roger Ayers, Earl Walton

West Regional all tournament team[edit]

[11]

South Regional – Louisville, KY[edit]

South Regional Final[edit]

KFC Yum! Center – Louisville, Kentucky
Attendance: 21,
Referees: Ron Groover, Tony Padilla, Bo Boroski

South Regional all tournament team[edit]

[11]

Midwest Regional – Kansas City, MO[edit]

First Round
Round of 64
March 21 and 22
Second Round
Round of 32
March 23 and 24
Regional Semifinals
Sweet 16
March 29
Regional Final
Elite 8
March 31
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1 North Carolina88
16 Iona73
1 North Carolina81
Columbus, OH – Fri/Sun
9 Washington 59
8 Utah State61
9 Washington78
1 North Carolina 80
5 Auburn97
5 Auburn78
12 New Mexico State77
5 Auburn89
Salt Lake City, UT – Thu/Sat
4 Kansas 75
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