2023 NCAA Men's Tournament Bracket Schedule and Scores

2023 NCAA Men's Tournament Bracket Schedule and Scores


Latest bracket schedule and scores for 2023 NCAA mens tournament

Discover which 68 teams will make it to the NCAA men's tournament and watch all the action live from Atlanta!

March Madness is a major sports event that always captures the interest of bettors and spectators alike. This year's edition will include several Cinderella teams known for their unpredictable ways.

West Region

The West Region of the 2023 NCAA men's tournament offers some compelling matchups and storylines. It features Hall-of-Fame coaches, potential NBA Draft picks and national championship-caliber programs scattered among its seed lines; further adding to its allure by coming to Las Vegas for the first time ever.

The region features many teams with strong programs but have never won a national title, as well as some teams with impressive wins over the years that could be surprises in this year's bracket. These include Cinderella teams FAU and Miami, plus an underdog UConn squad playing its best basketball of the season recently.

There are a few games that could determine who wins this region, including UConn Huskies against four-seed Iona and St. Mary's. If UConn wins, they would face top-seeded Kansas in the Elite Eight round.

Iona has some impressive players this season, including three All-WCC first teamers on the roster. Their defense is deep and tenacious; eight different players average at least 17.5 minutes per game, while they force 16.9 turnovers per game - 10th most in the country.

Saint Mary's has been one of the more surprising teams in recent NCAA Tournament history, boasting several players who were part of some amazing Cinderella runs. With their strong defensive unit, Saint Mary's should provide viewers with an entertaining first round battle.

Xavier University, an 11-seed that defeated both West Virginia and Arizona this season, is another strong contender in this region. Trevon Bluiett of the Musketeers is expected to be a first round pick and is their most dynamic player while center Ryan Anderson dominates in the paint.

Northwestern has been playing their best basketball of the season in recent weeks and looks like a surefire bet to advance past the first round. Their defense is strong and they possess an arsenal of shots that could score when needed, giving them plenty of hope if shots fall in. With solid odds on both sides of the ball, Northwestern should be an exciting side in any playoff matchup.

In the Elite Eight round, they could face off against a top-seed team for an exciting final. They possess some talented players who could make a major difference in the Final Four and are one of the more underrated teams this year's tournament.

The 2023 NCAA men's tournament is an exhilarating spectacle that draws fans from around the globe to watch 67 games over three weeks in Houston, Texas. But one team will emerge from all the rest and become the 2023 national champion.

South Region

On March 22, the 2023 NCAA Men's tournament will commence. It boasts an array of teams from around the country and offers viewers plenty of ways to watch it - on television or via live streams and streaming apps. As one of sports' most beloved events, this event should not be missed!

On Selection Sunday, 68 teams were announced for the 2023 tournament - 32 automatic qualifiers and 36 at-large squads. The NCAA Division I men's basketball committee then determined which ones would advance to the Final Four and national championship game.

Seeding for the NCAA tournament is determined by a team's performance during the regular season, conference tournaments and NCAA tournament. These results determine whether they are considered a top or low seed. Furthermore, the NCAA sets regionals which will take place from March 27-30 at various venues across America and Canada on March 30.

For the South Region, Alabama is the overall top seed and has secured their place in the tournament after an exhausting SEC tournament. They are expected to win their region for a second straight year and will face either Texas A&M Corpus Christi/Southeast Missouri State or West Virginia in the first round.

Alabama is the overwhelming favorite to win the region, but other teams have good chances of making it to the Sweet 16. Drake boasts a 42.9 percent chance of beating Miami in the first round - which would be better odds than any team outside the top seven seeds.

Kentucky has a 44.5 percent chance of making it to the national championship game, while Florida Atlantic has a 48.9 percent chance of reaching the Sweet 16. Although this region may not be one of the most exciting in the tournament, there are plenty of potential upsets and exciting games between some of the top seeds here.

In addition, the West Region features two of college basketball's most storied programs - UCLA Bruins and UConn Huskies. Each team has a lot to prove in the tournament and both boast strong odds for making it to the Final Four.

The West Region features some intriguing matchups, featuring the top four seeds in Kansas, Arizona and Oregon facing off. All three teams have won at least 60 games this year and been ranked within the top five of their respective leagues all season long.

Another standout team in the South Region is NC State, who made the tournament as an at-large selection. The Wolfpack boasts some impressive talent including second-team All-ACC guards Jarkel Joiner and Terquavion Smith; both averaged more than 17 points per game and can provide explosive offense when needed - an essential trait in NCAA play.

East Region

March is college basketball season, and it's one of the most thrilling and enthralling events of the year. Now that the 2023 NCAA men's tournament has reached its final stretch, not just the usual suspects are left in contention for championships. Many teams have endured difficult seasons, while some of the country's top programs don't even have an automatic bid into the tournament!

That makes this year's bracket all the more captivating. In fact, it may be one of the most unpredictable in recent memory, with several of America's best teams losing games during the final month of regular season play.

Despite these setbacks, some of the top teams in America still possess legitimate titles on their resumes. Kansas, for example, could potentially win back-to-back national championships while Duke is searching for its first title since 1991.

North Carolina Tar Heels, the top team in the ACC, are looking impressive. Their defense has been outstanding and their guards are deep enough to stay with any competition. Furthermore, these North Carolina players have been playing some of their best basketball in years - if they can keep this up, Kansas could very well be in for a surprise victory.

Virginia Cavaliers are another team with plenty to play for as they strive to win their first-ever national championship. Their guards are solid, and they have some talented freshmen backing them up. Virginia should be able to come out on top against Kansas State Wildcats who boast Jerome Tang as a formidable guard.

It will be exciting to see how these two rivals fare in the national tournament. While North Carolina is heavily favored by sportsbooks, Mark Richt's Cavaliers boast a much stronger team and have more experience under their belts.

They're also a better defensive team, holding opponents to 65 points per game this year - an impressive accomplishment for a squad that has had its share of struggles this season. But Gonzaga will be tougher opponents this weekend with their recent hot streak continuing.

This could be a real thriller if it comes down to the wire for the number three seed. We'll have to wait and see, but if the Cavaliers can pull off an upset, it could be one for the ages.

There's plenty of drama in this region, as Kentucky has been in the spotlight this season for various reasons. Coach John Calipari is dealing with his own health problems and tension within his staff - including former head coach Andy Reid's decision to depart after a loss to Florida.

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