March Madness Bracket for 2023 is set: Here is all you need to know for you viewing pleasure.
The NCAA Tournament is a highly anticipated event in college basketball, featuring 68 of the best teams in the country competing for a chance to reach the Final Four and win the national championship.
The tournament is known for its thrilling buzzer-beaters, upsets, and Cinderella stories, making it one of the most exciting and unpredictable sporting events of the year.
Fans and players alike look forward to the tournament every year, as it provides a chance for underdogs to upset favorites and make a name for themselves on the national stage.
Can Kansas Repeat?
We have had many discussion over the last couple of weeks about the upcoming NCAA tournament. One thing is certainly clear to all of us on the Shemon and Sheppard Show and that is, there is no clear cut favorite.
Kansas will be trying to become the first team to repeat since the Florida Gators back in 2006-07. But as I said, there are I think at least 15-20 teams that could win it and it would not shock me.
Dayton, Ohio Is Where It all Begins on Tuesday Night
The 68 team tournament commences on Tuesday night in Dayton Ohio with the play-in games. On Thursday and Friday the madness begins with over 8 cities hosting 32 games.
The Final Four will take place at NRG Stadium in Houston on April 1st and 3rd. The entire schedule complete with TV channels, locations, tip times, announcers and game dates is right here. Your welcome!
Who is Pete’s March Madness Final Four?
Right now, as of this post, I really have no idea. I always love when analysts say that this team or that team as the easiest path to the Final Four.
Early on, many are saying that the top overall seed, Alabama has the easiest path. I’m not saying that at all. It’s going to be very difficult for anyone because of the parity.
Listen to Shemon and Sheppard 2-6pm for all the March Madness coverage this week!
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